Many pediatric eye doctors believe that heavy computer use among kids puts them at an increased risk for early myopia. The normal child now spends one to three hours every day on the computer doing homework, talking online with friends, and playing matches.
Parents encourage children as young as three or two years old to make use of the monitor. A few recent studies have evidence that computers may have a detrimental influence on a young child's vision which is why they have to go through an eye examination after some time.
They have found that 25 percent to 30 percent of computer-using children need corrective eyewear to work comfortably and safely at the computer in your home or in school. Recommendations on daily eye care for children:
A healthy diet emphasizes green leafy vegetables, drumstick, carrots, beetroot, fresh fruits including mango and papaya are especially full of vitamin A. Parents and educators should be aware of any behavior that signals potential issues.
Such as eye redness, frequent rubbing of the eyes, head turns along with other strange postures, or complaints of blurriness or eye fatigue. Avoidance of the computer may also be a sign of disquiet. Don't let the child sit for over 40 minutes in front of a computer monitor.
It is suggested that every youngster's eyes be examined regularly starting. Some eye problems like crossed eyes or amblyopia (lazy eye) can result in permanent loss of sight in the eye or even be detected and treated before the child is five or six years of age.