The popular urban legend is not true in this case either: contrary to popular belief, shortness does not disappear with the passage of time, ie it cannot be outgrown.
It doesn't go away and you can't outgrow itThis Dr. Zsolt Nagy Zsolt, the director of the Department of Ophthalmology at Semmelweis University, said that among the most common ophthalmic problems in children, he also mentioned strabismus and congenital greyishness, which he could treat with lesser age. neglect of the bladder can significantly reduce the quality of life, but with surgery up to 2-3 months of age, children with potential blindness can achieve full life.Europe one in four people is shortand this rate is expected to grow, thanks to increased strain on childhood: Regularly due to regular computer use and smart reading and reading - said Dr. Zsolt Nagy Zoltán, Director of the Department of Ophthalmology at Semmelweis University. the convexity of the lens surface can also cause a whitening problem, which weakens blur - explained the professor, you can't influence with a gymnast anatomical conditions. According to the clinic director, wearing eyeglasses above 1-1.5 dioptres is definitely recommended and there is no need to fear that this will "go away" and further deteriorate, but neglected shortness will put a heavy strain on the eyes. in the short term, similar rates can be observed in children, and this ratio is expected to grow further due to electronic devices and reading learning - emphasized by Zoltán Nagy Zoltán. It is also advisable to spend less time with children in front of the computer and different smart screens as it may take some time to adjust, which can cause We can see beyond the meter, which can do good to the eye, because the adaptive muscles are in a state of rest.
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