Doctor emphasis on Mindless use of mobile phones during self-isolation mode can permanently ruin your vision forever. About it in interview to “the Russian newspaper” told the candidate of medical Sciences, chief children’s ophthalmologist of Ministry of health of the Rostov region Alexander ear specialist.
The doctor stressed that mobile phones should only be used for making calls and sending short messages.
In second place for malware, the specialist put tablets. he noted that many mothers include cartoons for children on the device so that they do not interfere with adults. The ear specialist said that this can not be done.
“It is better to play, draw, make something, read books to children. But do not strain their visual organs with such a load, ” the doctor said.
In addition, the specialist advised not to spend much time on a computer or laptop. He recommended alternating work and rest to give your eyes a rest.
“For an adult, it is possible to approach the computer five or six times a day for about an hour with a break of at least 30 minutes,” explained Ushnikov.
The ophthalmologist added that being at the screen for too long causes headaches, watery eyes, redness, and blurred vision in the distance.
Earlier in April, nutritionists gave advice on proper nutrition in conditions of self-isolation. So, experts advise you to stick to a Mediterranean diet rich in vegetables and fruits, as well as include fish and eggs in your diet.
It has also be reported that 16 new cases as been found Novosibirsk region, Over the past day, 16 people were infected with a coronavirus infection in the Novosibirsk region. This is reported by the regional operational headquarters for countering coronavirus on Wednesday, April 22.
There is one child among the sick.
“Seven people did not travel anywhere and are not included in the circle of contacts of previously identified patients. Seven were in contact with those who had previously been diagnosed in a laboratory. Two arrived from Moscow, including one nonresident transit driver, ” the report said.
In total, 151 cases of COVID-19 infection were recorded in the Novosibirsk region. 21 people recovered and four died.