What should I do with the eyes of the elderly? _Industry News_
If the elderly have presbyopia, if it is physiological, it is a natural phenomenon. Generally, when they are about forty years old, many people will have different degrees of presbyopia, but if it is caused by other factors, it is necessary. It is necessary to go to a regular eye hospital for related examinations and timely treatment. Let's take a look at what to do with the eyes of the elderly. The presbyopia of the eyes of the elderly can not be seen clearly with the eyes at close range, and it needs the help of convex lenses, and it will be accompanied by dizziness, eye swelling and other discomfort symptoms. Generally, physiological presbyopia requires reading glasses to help correct vision, and because the degree of presbyopia increases with age, reading glasses also need to be replaced in time, and reading glasses also require refraction . When the eyes have eye disease or disease, presbyopia may also appear, such as the common senile cataract, which generally requires related treatment, which requires going to the hospital for examination to get the condition. Therefore, presbyopia in the eyes of the elderly cannot be ignored. For those who take care of their bodies after a serious illness, they need to pay attention to rest for a long time, and the time for close eyes such as reading should not be too long to avoid aggravation of presbyopia. Diet therapy is also helpful. Prepare 15-30 grams of Gouqi and 10-15 grams of Chrysanthemum. These are helpful for eyesight. If they are used in decoction instead of tea, they can nourish liver and kidney, clear liver and improve eyesight. Long-eating carrot porridge can supplement vitamin A and prevent high blood pressure. 100 grams of carrots and 200 grams of japonica rice. Wash the carrots and cut them into small pieces, then cook them with the japonica rice and add an appropriate amount of water to make porridge, and eat it every morning and evening.