Smartphones, tablets and computers have become smaller and more convenient over the years due to technological advancement, making them easily available for children to use, leading to an increase in children's use of digital devices along with blurry vision from a young age.
Eye health in children could seem a little evasive as some of the warning signs get passed off as new behaviours in children. Sure, these behaviours might be considered as milestones but this is also the reason why parents have a hard time determining if their child has eye problems.
Kids also usually fall and hit something more often than adults. Even if their bones are young and less prone to breaking, they could still get a fracture from a severe injury or trauma. A little care and simple attention can ensure good bone health in children.
Although a child’s spine is very flexible during the growing process, it is nevertheless exposed to potentially permanent impairments if forced to bear pressure for extended periods of time – as it would be the case if the child sleeps on an unfit mattress.