Sergey Chub, who is an ophthalmic surgeon at the St. Petersburg Eye Microsurgery Clinic “I See”, spoke about ways to counter hereditary visual impairment. Farsightedness, myopia, as well as astigmatism and other eye problems can be transmitted from close relatives.
If in a family many people have to wear glasses, it is highly likely that the problem will make itself felt. Often, visual impairment occurs by grade 6 or 7. Myopia is also often inherited, it is myopia. A congenital problem is extremely rare, most often it is hereditary. It develops gradually under the influence of several factors. These include frequent work at the computer or the use of other gadgets. To prevent myopia, it is best to prevent it from early childhood. The child needs to be more often in the fresh air, on sunny days to wear protective glasses from the rays, and when choosing sections it is better to prefer those where there is no strain on the eyes.
It will be useful to shield from gadgets or allow them to be used for a limited time. In case of a tendency to myopia, it is important to regularly see an ophthalmologist. Physiotherapy is effective at a young age. As for the treatment, it is most reliable to resort to laser vision correction.