Do you also sit still for a long time? Beware of “electronic thrombus” attack

   The 29-year-old man stayed up all night to live broadcast almost every day, sitting for more than 8 hours, and suddenly he suffered a pulmonary embolism. Experts remind that young people who sit in front of a computer for a long time, work and play online games, should be alert to the attack of “electronic thrombus”.

   29-year-old Xiao Wang (surnamed Hua) just started as a food anchor. He worked very hard and stayed up until one or two o’clock almost every night. His daily job is to sit in front of the computer screen and try dozens of foods. Basically, he sits for more than 8 hours and has little activity. In the past few days, he found that his left lower limb was obviously swollen, which was obviously much thicker than his right leg, but he didn’t take it seriously. He insisted on continuing the live broadcast every day. Until the day before yesterday, Xiao Wang not only had obvious swelling and pain in his lower limbs, but also showed symptoms of chest pain and dyspnea. He was rushed to Wuhan Central Hospital by a friend. After B-ultrasound examination, he had thrombosis in the veins of his lower extremities. The doctor highly suspected pulmonary embolism. Subsequent further examination confirmed the doctor’s judgment.

   After completing the relevant examinations, the vascular surgeon expert urgently performed emergency surgery for Xiao Wang, implanted a “filter” in his inferior vena cava, and underwent pulmonary artery interventional thrombolytic therapy to prevent the thrombus from further falling off. Currently, Xiao Wang is recovering well.

He Tao, Director of Vascular Surgery, said that lower limb venous thrombosis is more common in the elderly, but in recent years, many young people with venous thrombosis have been admitted to the hospital. Sitting in front of the computer for a long time has become a major cause of the disease. Called “electronic thrombosis”, IT workers and often online games are all high-risk groups of “electronic thrombosis”. This disease has become an “invisible killer” lurking around young people. Sitting for a long time, the lower limbs continue to be in a low hanging position, and the activity is reduced, resulting in blood stasis and slow reflux. At the same time, if you are too focused on video games, drinking less water will increase the blood viscosity and further increase the thrombosis of the lower limbs. risk.

  October 13 is World Thrombosis Day. Director He Tao reminded that “computer people” should put their health first regardless of their work needs or their interests in entertainment. Usually avoid sitting for long periods of time. Get up and exercise every hour or so. Do squat movements, or ankle flexion and extension movements to promote blood circulation in the lower limbs; drink plenty of water to dilute the blood and avoid thick blood and thrombosis. Once symptoms such as lower extremity swelling, pain, and difficulty breathing appear, you must seek medical attention as soon as possible. (Correspondent Liu Shanshan and reporter Qi Yan)

Living rough and unself-disciplined? Don’t bury your body with thunder, “Four Steps” to cultivate a self-disciplined life

  Editor’s note: Knowing that he wants to go to bed early, he can’t help staying up late and chasing drama; knowing that alcoholism hurts the liver, but can’t stop people who persuade alcohol; knowing that eating junk food is harmful Health, but can’t resist the temptation of food; knowing that fitness is beneficial, but not too lazy to take one step…In life, many people do not lack common sense of health, more lack of self-discipline, and some people are too casual about life but don’t know. However, this kind of life buries mine everywhere, how can I resist the temptation? Achieve a self-disciplined self, a healthy self, let’s take a look.

  Life is rough, young people have more and more stomach cancer

   In the past, the diagnosis age of gastric cancer patients was usually in their 70s, said Wang Cailian, director of the Department of Oncology, Zhongda Hospital Affiliated to Southeast University. Poor lifestyle related.

   1. Unhealthy diet. For example, many young people now eat a lot of junk food, like carbonated drinks, barbecue, spicy hot pot, off-season fruits and vegetables, etc. The chemical substances and additives in these foods have a great negative impact on the human digestive tract and long-term irritation. May cause cancer.

   2. Smoking and drinking. Studies have confirmed that smoking doubles the risk of gastric cancer, while people who both smoke and drink have a five-fold increase in gastric cancer risk; smoking men die of gastric cancer twice as many non-smokers; drinking can also damage the gastric mucosa. And promote the absorption of carcinogens.

  3. High pressure, irregular work and rest. Stomach disease is closely related to psychological factors. When people are tired and work under pressure, they can cause gastrointestinal dyspepsia, gastric ulcers, gastritis, etc. Severe gastric ulcers are precancerous lesions of gastric tumors.

   4. Weak awareness of disease prevention. Many young people don’t pay enough attention to their health. They always boast that they are “well” and “still young”. They ignore some of the bad signs of the body and do not take physical examinations. Many diseases drag on and become serious illnesses.

  Many chronic diseases are caused by unself-discipline

  Self-discipline is the ability of an individual to choose a lifestyle that best matches one’s own behavior and environment, and can control one’s own desires and obtain more physical and mental enjoyment. A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that elderly people with strong self-discipline have low blood cholesterol and C-reactive protein levels, a smaller waist circumference, a lower incidence of metabolic diseases and cardiovascular diseases, and social aspects. There are also more advantages. A study by the University of California also pointed out that self-disciplined people can resist alcohol and other temptations, and live four years longer than people who live a casual life.

   However, many people find it difficult to cultivate a self-disciplined lifestyle. What are the reasons behind it? One is that health awareness and behavior are not cultivated in the adolescence; the other is that there is no clear health goal set in adulthood. For example, many people suffering from chronic diseases, poor self-discipline is an important reason for their illness. Mainly reflected in six aspects:

   1. Medication disorder. Many patients with chronic diseases have unreasonable medication behaviors such as forgetting to take medicine, taking supplements casually, and stopping medicine suddenly. The World Health Organization report shows that the global rate of taking medication on time is only 50%.

   2. Do not exercise. The Macmillan Cancer Assistance Center in the United Kingdom found that lack of exercise can reduce life expectancy by 3 to 5 years and are more susceptible to cancer, heart disease, stroke and other diseases.

  3. Don’t eat it. Some people find it difficult to change the unhealthy eating habits that they have developed for many years. They can’t keep their mouths on eating out, eating big fish, overeating, and not eating vegetables, etc., which can lead to “three highs”, elevated uric acid, and osteoporosis.

   4. Often stay up late. The evening is the prime time for the body to “detox” and the brain to “restart”. Staying up late aggravates the imbalance of endocrine and neurotransmitter levels.

   5. Not obedient. Smoking and alcohol abuse are high-risk factors for a variety of cancers, but many people have these unhealthy lifestyle habits.

   6. No review. Patients with chronic diseases need to monitor blood glucose, uric acid, blood pressure and other indicators for a long time. Regular review can reduce the chance of disease deterioration.

  A self-disciplined person is healthy and optimistic. “Four steps” to develop a self-disciplined life

  Self-discipline makes life more sunny and healthier, so you can do more things you want to do. It can be said that self-discipline sets you free. Yang Binghui, professor of Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University and honorary chairman of the Chinese Medical Association General Medicine Branch, pointed out that to cultivate self-discipline ability, we must first improve “health quotient” and fully learn health knowledge through formal channels in order to practice a regular and healthy life. After that, inertia must be overcome. Everyone is the first person responsible for their own health. To bid farewell to the bad habits of the past, one has to control his mouth, open his legs, and listen to the doctor’s advice.

   American psychologist Parker has given a set of methods for training self-discipline, which may be used to cultivate healthy habits.

  First, set a specific goal. Taking fitness as an example, you need to make your goals specific, such as: 1. Go to bed early and get up early (go to bed at 10 o’clock in the evening, get up at 6 o’clock in the morning), do some exercise; 2. Practice yoga before going to bed (9 o’clock in the evening to 10 o’clock in the evening); 3. Get up and move around every hour of sitting.

  Secondly, I urge myself every day. When setting goals, first ask yourself: no matter how many difficulties you encounter, are you willing to stick to it? After setting the goal, let your friends and family members supervise yourself; or supervise yourself through diary and other forms to fulfill the promise.

   Third, find out your own weaknesses and take countermeasures in advance. For example, when someone gives you a cigarette when you quit smoking, do you smoke or not? People with weak self-control must choose the “no exception” mode, that is, no more smokers at any time and occasion. Every time you directly reject the other party, and slowly no one will pass you cigarettes anymore.

  Fourth, you must celebrate when you complete each task. As a ritual to achieve your goals, it is also a self-affirmation of your efforts. (People’s Health Network integrated from People’s Network-Popular Science China, Life Times)

Walk a hundred steps after a meal and live to ninety-nine? Do you know these particulars?

   “Walk a hundred steps after a meal and live to be ninety-nine”, this sentence is often said by everyone. “Hundred steps” is just a relatively false statement. Some elderly people like to go out with each other after a meal. They don’t just take a hundred steps, they often take a minute or even a few thousand steps. They think this is a good exercise method.

   But experts reminded that there are also specialties about taking a walk after a meal. Not everyone is suitable. Even if it is suitable, the amount of activity varies from person to person——

   is not suitable for everyone to take a walk after a meal

   Recently, the grandmother of A Rong (pseudonym) asked him to “complain” that his grandfather watched a health program and said that it was not good to take a walk after a meal, and now he does not want to go for a walk with his grandmother after the meal. Grandma moved out of the saying “walk a hundred steps after a meal and live to be ninety-nine”, hoping that A Rong would help her persuade her grandpa. A Rong, who was not in possession of his relatives, said, “What you said is not right”, and was removed from the group chat by his grandmother.

   Taking a proper walk after a meal, for most healthy people, can help relax the mood and promote gastrointestinal motility, so it has always been regarded as a good healthy lifestyle.

   However, taking a walk after a meal is also particular, not everyone is suitable. Ye Zhengmao, deputy chief technician of the Rehabilitation Department of the Second Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University, suggested that it is more appropriate to take a walk after a rest for 20 to 30 minutes after a meal. If you take a walk immediately after a meal, the blood needs to be transported to other parts of the body, and the blood supply to the gastrointestinal tract will be reduced accordingly, and the food will not be fully digested. For some people with poor physical fitness or even sickness, it may easily induce functionality indigestion. Especially in the winter when the temperature difference between indoor and outdoor is large, it is not recommended to “walk a hundred steps after a meal”, especially for the elderly, who eat red and sweat profusely when eating. If you leave the restaurant in a hurry and walk under the stimulating cold wind, sweat glands And the capillaries in the subcutaneous tissues suddenly contract, which can easily cause wind-cold headaches and may even increase the blood supply burden of the heart. Therefore, whether or not to leave after a meal varies from person to person.

  Who is suitable for “a hundred steps after a meal”

  ”One hundred steps after a meal” is suitable for people who usually have high blood sugar, fatter body, excessive stomach acid, less activity, and long-term desk work. Walking can improve the excitement, inhibition and adjustment process of the cerebral cortex, thereby eliminating fatigue, relaxation, calmness and clearing the mind. Therefore, it is a good choice for suitable people to take a walk after a meal to regulate their spirits.

  Who “don’t leave after a meal”

  ”Don’t leave after meals” is mainly for patients with poor physical fitness, low blood sugar, anemia, frailty and sickness, especially those suffering from gastroptosis or cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases such as high blood pressure and coronary heart disease.

  Walking exercise is best to take two hours after dinner, with no shortness of breath, shortness of breath, and slight sweating as the maximum. Each time you walk for 15 to 20 minutes, you can stop and rest halfway according to the situation.

  Walking after a meal, don’t ask for quickness and greed

  Many people think that the faster and the greater the intensity when walking, the better the exercise effect. Ye Zhengmao reminded that, in fact, walking too fast can easily cause physical damage. The walking speed should match one’s own physical fitness, not blindly seeking fast.

   With the popularity of the WeChat movement, many people secretly compete on WeChat step count. In order to get to the top of the sports rankings, some people walk as many as tens of thousands of steps a day, which is also undesirable.

  Especially for the elderly, people who are obese or have chronic underlying diseases, walking and exercising should be moderate, and you should choose the appropriate exercise method within the range of your body, and don’t be blindly greedy.

  How to go after a meal, learn the method

   Ye Zhengmao admired “walking in a leisurely courtyard” and tried to relax as much as possible. “Hundred steps walking” can also be understood as “walking with swings.” In addition, walking should pay attention to changes in weather and solar terms. For example, when there is a strong wind in autumn and winter, it is not suitable for walking outdoors, especially for the elderly. It is safer to walk indoors when the weather is bad.

  How to walk after a meal is better for your body? Here are some small methods, you might as well choose one that suits you and try it out——

   1. Ordinary walking method: 60 to 90 steps per minute, 20 to 30 minutes each time, suitable for the elderly suffering from coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, sequelae of cerebral hemorrhage or respiratory diseases.

  2. Fast walking method: When walking, hold your head high and stride forward, walking 90 to 120 steps per minute, 30 to 40 minutes each time. It is suitable for people who need fat reduction and elderly patients who are recovering from gastrointestinal diseases.

  3. Walking by rubbing the abdomen: When walking, massage the abdomen by rotating the palms of both hands. Massage for a week with each step, alternating forward and reverse directions. 40 to 60 steps per minute, 5 to 10 minutes each time. It is especially suitable for the elderly suffering from chronic gastrointestinal diseases and kidney diseases.

  4. Easy walking method: Walk slowly after a meal, 5-10 minutes each time, it can relax the muscles and bones, calm the blood, it is good for regulating mood, refreshing the brain and improving memory.

  5. Quantitative walking method: that is, follow a specific route, speed and time to complete a prescribed distance. When walking, alternate between flat roads and climbing to achieve a combination of speed and slowness, which is of great benefit to exercise the cardiopulmonary function of the elderly.

  6. Reverse walking method: When walking, hands are on hips and knees are straight. Go back and then go forward 100 steps each, repeat this many times, so as not to feel fatigued, it will help prevent the elderly with low back and leg pain, gastrointestinal dysfunction and other diseases.

  7. Arm swinging walking method: When walking, the arms are swayed to a greater extent in accordance with the rhythm of the pace, 60 to 90 steps per minute, which can strengthen the function of bones, joints and chest cavity, prevent and treat frozen shoulder, emphysema, chest tightness and Chronic bronchitis in the elderly.

  Medical Guidance/Ye Zhengmao, Deputy Chief Technician, Department of Rehabilitation, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University

  文/All media reporter Weng Shuxian, correspondent Fang Liting, Yu Jinxuan, Xu Yongyi

Shoulder pain, don’t let “frozen shoulder” be a scapegoat!

   Shoulder pain is “frozen shoulder”? The doctor reminded that “frozen shoulder” is an inaccurate statement. The most common shoulder pain is actually a rotator cuff injury or tear. You can do a simple investigation by self-testing the pain arc at home.

  Shoulder pain makes it difficult to dress and bathe

   A few months ago, after Ms. Yao played badminton, she often experienced shoulder pain and her joint movement was not as smooth as before. I heard people say that this is “frozen shoulder”, so I not only take western medicine and Chinese medicine together, but also do physical therapy, massage, and acupuncture. At the same time, she also joined the elderly exercise army, climbing walls, lifting rings, stretching and other activities one by one. However, not only did the condition not improve, the pain became more severe in the past two months, and it was even difficult to dress and bathe. After attending the Orthopedics Department of Guangzhou Honghui Hospital, after inquiring about the medical history and MRI examination, Professor Wang Wen, the deputy director of the orthopedics and joint ward of the hospital, told Ms. Yao that her shoulder pain was actually not a “periarthritis of the shoulder”, but a disaster. Sleeve torn”.

   After clarifying the cause, Professor Wang Wen and Wang Min’s attending physician team decided to use “shoulder arthroscopy + rotator cuff repair surgery” for Ms. Yao’s treatment. The operation was successfully completed within 1.5 hours. On the second day after the operation, Ms. Yao was able to get up and move around, the pain was significantly relieved, and no night pain was seen again.

  Shoulder pain cannot be equated to frozen shoulder

  Related survey statistics show that chronic shoulder joint pain has become the third largest pain after chronic headache and chronic low back pain. About 80% of adults have experienced shoulder pain of varying degrees. However, many patients currently equate shoulder pain with frozen shoulder. Professor Wang Wen said that this concept is wrong.

  Wang Wen introduced that the so-called frozen shoulder is currently called “frozen shoulder” in medicine, which refers to the limited active and passive joints of the patient. Patients with this disease account for only 15% of the patients with shoulder pain. , Mainly occurs in middle-aged and elderly people aged 40-70, women are more common than men. As people’s understanding of shoulder diseases has deepened and it has been found that this “generalized” diagnosis is not accurate enough, the latest version of the textbooks at home and abroad has also cancelled the name of the disease “frozen shoulder”.

  Shoulder pain is the most common rotator cuff injury or tear

   Wang Min said that in fact, rotator cuff injuries or tears are the most common among people with shoulder pain. This disease usually refers to pain caused by hook-shaped acromion and rotator cuff impingement in elderly patients over 60 years old. It is also common in degenerative injury and over strain. It should be noted that if you encounter the three major symptoms of shoulder pain-shoulder pain, stiffness, and weakness in the shoulder lift, most of the rotator cuff injuries are at work.

   The current treatment for rotator cuff injuries includes combined surgical and non-surgical treatment. Generally speaking, non-surgical comprehensive treatment can be used for patients with pain but weak weakness and the course of disease less than 1 year. Especially in the early stage of simple rotator cuff contusion, after 4-6 weeks of conservative treatment, the tissue swelling can disappear, which is conducive to subsequent surgical operations.

   If the shoulder joint abduction activity cannot be basically restored without comprehensive surgical treatment for 4-6 weeks, or acute injury cases under 50 years old with limited shoulder joint external rotation, abduction, and active lifting, imaging confirmed rotator cuff rupture Otherwise, it is recommended to consider surgical treatment as soon as possible.

  With the prolonged course of the disease, the degree of rotator cuff injury will increase (partial injury becomes full-thickness injury), the size of the injury will increase, and the degeneration of tendons (steatosis) and the decrease in tendon quality (fatty infiltration) will affect the operation The back rotator cuff is healed. Therefore, more and more scholars believe that once the rotator cuff injury is diagnosed, surgical treatment should be performed as soon as possible.


  Pain arc test, self-test rotator cuff injury at home

  Professor Wang Wen gives you a kind of pain arc test for popular science, and you can also do a simple self-test at home.

  *Normal people have no pain during shoulder abduction and lifting.

  * If pain occurs within the arc of abduction of 60^o~120^o, the pain will disappear if it exceeds 120^o; then when the upper arm is lowered from the upper position along the same path, it will be between 120^o~60^o If there is pain in the meantime, it is a positive sign, that is, “arc pain” appears, indicating a rotator cuff injury, especially the injury of the supraspinatus muscle, and you should go to the hospital for examination in time. (Yangcheng Evening News reporter Lin Qingqing, correspondent Ma Qianna and Lu Congbin)

Longevity Era Taikang Solution Landed in Hangzhou

   China Broadcasting Network Beijing, October 27 (Reporter Guo Jun) On October 25, on the Chongyang Respect for the Aged Day, the seventh high-quality elderly care community under Taikang Insurance Group-Taikang Home·Daqing Valley officially opened. And ushered in the first batch of residents to move in. This is Taikang Insurance Group’s first high-quality elderly care community in Zhejiang Province, and the third one to open in the Yangtze River Delta. It will help relieve the growing aging pressure in the region.

Taikang Home·Daqing Valley Senior Care New Life Set Sail (Photo courtesy of the organizer, published by CCTV)

  As my country’s aging process continues to accelerate, the issue of elderly care has increasingly become the focus of social attention. Zhu Yaoyin, member of the Party Group of the National Office on Aging and Vice President of the China Association of Aging, stated that there are some special circumstances in my country’s aging process, with a large base, a rapid growth rate, a relatively high proportion of disabled and semi-disabled, and poor physical conditions, as well as differences between urban and rural areas. Larger and specific cultural traditions also determine that China’s aging society has its own specific development model and path. Responding to the aging of the population, accelerating the construction of a social elderly care service system, and developing the elderly care industry have become a medium and long-term national policy plan.

  Taikang Insurance Group Chairman and CEO Chen Dongsheng said that in the industrial age, to solve the needs of food, clothing, housing and transportation, and the post-industrial age to meet people’s yearning for a better life is the arrival of the era of happiness. Taikang has created a chain of migratory birds and a high-quality elderly care community that has created a new way of life, changing the attitude of the Chinese elderly towards life, and allowing the elders to “enjoy their old age” in Taikang’s home.

   Zheng Yumin, secretary-general of the Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce, affirmed that Taikang’s solution not only solves the transformation of the old-age lifestyle, but also solves the pain points of generations. In the future, the Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce and Taikang will work together to expand the pension business and jointly promote a new era and a new life.

Spa Rehabilitation Center (photographed by Guo Jun, reporter from CCTV)

   The reporter learned that Daqinggu Community is located in the Xihu District of Hangzhou. It covers an area of ​​about 44,000 square meters, with an above-ground building area of ​​about 46,000 square meters, and can provide about 400 elderly service units. In addition to having a superior environment, the Daqing Valley community still puts residents’ medical and health needs as the top priority. Liu Tingjun, President of Taikang Insurance Group, said that the elderly care community with integrated health care is a long-term strategic solution to the challenge of chronic diseases in the age of longevity.

   The core functions of elderly medical care are first aid; secondly, daily management of chronic diseases is centered on chronic diseases, with prevention as the core. A first-level general hospital has been built in the community, which can provide outpatient comprehensive medical services, preventive health care, health management, emergency first aid, rehabilitation, remote consultation, and general medical services for the elderly. Green channel referral can quickly refer the elderly to the neighboring Zhejiang First Hospital Zhijiang District, Hangzhou Xixi Hospital, Zhejiang Litongde Hospital and other tertiary hospitals. In addition, the Daqing Valley Community has also built the largest, advanced equipment, and most complete spa rehabilitation center in the Yangtze River Delta. Different spa programs can be adopted according to individual conditions to promote the maintenance and improvement of functions of the elderly.

One-click call system (photographed by Guo Jun, reporter from China Broadcasting Corporation)

  In terms of safety, various systems ranging from wireless alarm positioning, activity track monitoring, radar and bed-out alarm to face recognition will effectively prevent the risk of loss and fall of the elders; in terms of health, through smart technology, residents can enjoy Services such as health records, chronic disease management, and remote consultation; in life, the use of interactive large screens and service robots will make it more convenient and fun for the elderly.

  ”Old age life is enjoyable, high-quality, connotative, not living for survival.” Chen Dongsheng said: “Taikang House is to let every elderly person bloom his own life Everyone’s old age will spend his old age with dignity and grace.”

Teach you five ways to cope with daily visual fatigue

   Working overtime every day, writing planning, rushing to plan to increase performance… Are your eyes okay? Do you feel pain in your eyes and around the orbits, blurred vision, dry eyes, or tears? Asthenopia don’t take it seriously. In severe cases, headache, nausea, and dizziness may occur!

   Southern Hospital’s chief physician of ophthalmology, Bai Lang reminded: Although staring at computer screens, smartphones, video games or other digital devices for a long time will not cause permanent eye damage, but the eyes will feel dry and tired, and visual fatigue will occur. Seriously affect daily work and study.

  Why do eyestrain appear when facing the screen for a long time?

   Under normal circumstances, an average of about 18 blinks per minute, but research suggests that whether we are working or having fun, the number of blinks will be halved when we use computers or other digital devices. Prolonged reading, writing, or other focused close work can cause eye fatigue.

  What should I do if the computer controllers have eye fatigue? Bailang reminds, try to pay attention to the following points:

  1. Keep about 63 cm from the screen, adjust the screen to a slightly overlooking position;

  2. Reduce screen glare by brightening the area. You can also wear goggles when needed;

  3. Post a random post to the computer: Blink! To remind myself to blink;

  4. Every 20 minutes, look up about 6 meters away for at least 20 seconds;

   5. When the eyes are dry, give the eyes some artificial tears to moisturize;

  6. Ensure regular computer work and rest, and ensure enough sleep as much as possible.

  Which situations will pay more attention to fatigue? There are countermeasures for each of the five major situations

  1. Lack of sleep

   When sleep is lacking, you may feel eye pain. Because when sleeping, the eyes can rest for a long time and get nourishment. Persistent eye pain can cause swelling and infection, which is more pronounced if you wear contact lenses.

   Suggestion: If you need to use a computer to complete a marathon task, if possible, remember to take regular breaks or naps; put a warm compress on dry eyes with a towel soaked in warm water; if you feel dry and tired, stop Take a break or squint at work.

  2. Improper use of contact lenses

  For people who wear contact lenses, especially those who frequently use computers or other digital devices, they must use and clean contact lenses correctly.

  Recommendation: Let the eyes breathe: Wear frame glasses for a while; avoid wearing contact lenses to sleep, although they claim to be worn for a long time; use a good cleaning solution; if you experience any redness or blurred vision when wearing contact lenses , Tearing, photophobia or pain, swelling or discharge, stop wearing contact lenses, and seek medical attention as soon as possible.

  3. Watch for a long time

  Using mobile phones to read for a long time can cause blurred vision, dry eyes, nausea and dizziness, etc. Ophthalmologists reminded: in daily outpatient clinics, more and more school-age children have been found to have decreased vision due to long-term use of mobile phones, computers and other electronic devices , Eye pain, dry eyes and other discomforts come to see a doctor.

   Suggestion: Parents should control the length of time their children use electronic devices and rest their eyes every 20 minutes.

  4. Watching TV and reading books at night

   Looking at any screen in the dark, including mobile phones, e-books, TVs and computers, is harmful to the eyes. The constant change of the screen brightness makes the eyes have to constantly adjust and adapt. Over time, eyestrain, eye pain, dryness, redness, headaches, and even the biological clock may be disturbed.

   Suggestion: Remember to turn on the light before going to bed.

  5. Excessive use of eye drops

  90% of eye drops contain preservatives, which can cause damage to the eyes.

   Suggestion: Eye drops to relieve eye fatigue must be used under the guidance of a doctor. It is best for patients with dry eye to choose artificial tears without preservatives.

   In short, ophthalmologists suggest that in daily life, everyone should minimize the use of computers and mobile phones, rest their eyes regularly during use, ensure adequate sleep, combine work and rest, have a balanced diet, and eat more grains, beans, fruits, vegetables, and Live life should be regular for foods such as animal liver. Pay attention to the adjustment and protection of the eyes. If you have eye discomfort, you should go to the hospital in time. Develop good eye use habits to avoid visual fatigue.

   (all media reporter Zhou Jieying, correspondent Xu Shiyuan)

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