Testing For Children and Young Adults

Children and young adults could quickly develop short-sightedness after intensively reading books or watching mobile devices. Testing visual acuity for early symptoms of shortsightedness every fortnight is good for introducing early preventative measurements, for example, reducing computer game times or maintaining adequate reading distance (15-25 in or 38-63 cm). Children and young adults generally like sports, and wearing glasses is inconvenient. So you may record the test results, and if the visual acuity is dropping, this should become a warning.

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