Baby cross-eyes mainly due to hanging toys by the bed
In order to make the newborn baby happy, many parents often hang colorful toys beside the crib. Its beautiful name is to cultivate the baby’s aesthetics and the ability to recognize colors. In fact, they are doing things that harm the baby’s vision.
According to the pediatrician, the eyes of newborn babies are extremely delicate and are in the process of development. When the babies stare in one direction for a long time, they are extremely likely to become cross-eyes or amblyopia.
Infant strabismus toys cause babies in the early stages of life. Some muscles that regulate eye movements are not perfect, and their ability to coordinate movements is poor. Babies like to use deep and intent gaze to observe surrounding objects or communicate with parents and relatives.
Coupled with the baby’s nasal bone development during infancy, the eyes are closer, and young parents always feel like their baby is “eye-to-eye” or “cross-eyed” when they look at their baby.
In fact, for most babies, this is a temporary normal physiological phenomenon. Generally, the baby’s common gaze ability can develop well after a few months. Parents must understand correctly and not be misled.
During infancy, if parents are not dedicated enough in nursing care, they may induce or aggravate the infant’s strabismus and opposite eyes.
For example, often let the child only look at the light before and after sleep, the bedroom light is too bright, do not pay attention to changing the position of the child often; or hang the crib toys or small lights at home too close, so that the child often looks at nearby objects with both eyes and so on.
Pediatricians should be reminded to prevent strabismus during infancy. Parents should pay attention to changing the position of the child’s sleep, so that the direction of light projection is often changed.highest.
Judging from the baby’s vision development characteristics, after the child is born 2 months, his vision is enhanced and he can already watch the people and things around him. At this time, if the baby sleeps in the cradle, he cannot stay away from the cradle 1.
Toys, objects, etc. are placed in a space within 5 meters.
Some young mothers are often in front of the cradle, holding a stationary toy to amuse the child. Because the child is very close to the baby’s eyes, the child stares at the time and the eyeballs do not move, so it is easy to form a pair over timeeye.
To display toys and objects, you must be at 1.
Beyond 5 meters, you can’t put only one piece, but a few pieces. There must be a certain distance between the two pieces. Brake the child to take turns looking at toys or objects, and promote the baby’s eyeballs to keep turning to prevent eye contact.
The baby should not be left in the cradle for too long. Adults should hold the baby too long and turn it around so that the child can see the surroundings, which creates curiosity to increase the baby’s eyeball rotation frequency.