From a medical point of view, the degree of myopia of the eye is greater than 600 degrees is called 'high myopia.' Therefore, 800-degree myopia is also a high-level myopia. If it is not well treated and controlled, vision will continue to increase, which may lead to blindness in the future. What to do with the 800 degree high myopia, let's take a look at it together. What to do with 800-degree myopia 1. Corneal surgery: When it comes to corneal surgery, excimer laser myopia surgery is currently more commonly used, which mainly uses laser machines to cut the cornea to adjust the distance between the focal lengths, thereby correcting vision Effect. From the perspective of the operation itself, the safety is good, the effect is good, and the recovery time from the operation is also very fast. The only drawback is that children, children, and adolescents cannot undergo surgery, and surgery may cause some complications, such as glaucoma, high intraocular pressure, and retinopathy. 2. Intraocular lens implantation surgery: Compared with the above one, this type of surgery has a significantly higher safety performance. The main reason is to implant a lens that can correct vision on the lens, so as to ensure that the eyes can see objects normally. The operation time It is very short, and the postoperative effect is also very good. However, the time for correction is limited, and it is impossible to achieve the corrective effect for a long time. Besides, any surgery has a certain degree of risk, so it is not recommended for myopia patients to undergo surgery. 3. Wearing lens correction: lens correction, that is, wearing a pair of appropriate myopia glasses according to the degree of the eye, so as to control the development of eye vision, and to a certain extent, it can also correct vision and improve vision. Compared with the above two methods, this method has a relatively stable therapeutic effect and high safety. It is currently the most widely used method for the treatment of high myopia. In addition to the above, in addition to corneal surgery, intraocular lens implantation, and lens correction, you must also use eye hygiene in your life, pay attention to eye conditioning in your eye habits, to avoid eye overwork, infection of germs, and eat more beneficial eyes. Healthy foods, such as vegetables and fruits containing vitamin A, and foods containing protein such as fish, meat, shrimp, and beans.