You have no items in your shopping cart.

Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.

What is Myopia?

Description of the disease

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a common eye condition where a person cannot see clearly into the distance. This is because the image is focused in front of the retina, rather than on it.


Myopia is classified according to the degree of severity: mild, moderate, high, and very high myopia.


Symptoms of myopia may include blurred vision in the distance, eye strain, headaches, and difficulty in learning or working.


Myopia can be inherited, but it can also be caused by improper use of the eyes, such as prolonged reading or working on a computer.


Diagnosis of myopia is made through an eye examination and determination of visual acuity.


Treatment of myopia may include wearing glasses or contact lenses, as well as surgical intervention, such as laser vision correction.


For the prevention of myopia, it is recommended to follow the correct work and rest regimen for the eyes, observe the rules of eye hygiene, and have regular preventive check-ups with an ophthalmologist.


For the diagnosis and treatment of myopia, it is necessary to consult an ophthalmologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.