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Myopia in Children
By ClearSight, 25 May, 2023
Parents play a vital role in protecting their child's eyesight. Understand genetic and environmental risk factors. Correct vision and control abnormal eye elongation to prevent long-term vision-threatening complications.
By ClearSight, 18 May, 2023
Audiobooks can help reduce near work. Choose from popular platforms like Audible Kids, Epic, Librivox, Tales2Go, etc.
By ClearSight, 11 May, 2023
Reading in low light conditions doesn't cause myopia to worsen. Optimizing indoor lighting with incandescent bulbs, taking breaks, and maximizing natural light can help manage myopia.
By ClearSight, 4 May, 2023
Some practical strategies for more outdoor time include planning outdoor activities, harnessing group power, setting time limits on screen time, making up additional time during weekends, and more.
By ClearSight, 26 April, 2023
Seasonal allergies may lead to suboptimal myopia control. Consider allergy treatment options and helpful home practices. Consult healthcare professionals for personalized advice.
By ClearSight, 17 April, 2023
Eye axial length, the distance from the cornea to the retina, is a crucial measurement in myopia control.
By ClearSight, 10 April, 2023
Pre-myopia is a refractive state of ⩽ +0.75 D and > −0.50 D plus several risk factors. Preventative measures for pre-myopia include low-concentration atropine and outdoor time.
By ClearSight, 27 March, 2023
Encouraging children to spend more time outdoors, limiting screen time, taking eye breaks, ensuring proper lighting in study areas, and adhering to myopia control treatments can all help reduce the risk of myopia progression during spring.
By ClearSight, 20 March, 2023
An adaptive approach increases the likelihood of successfully stopping myopia progression in children. Learn more about a case of reduced lens power and stabilized eye axial length after 8 months.