Watching TV will not only affect children’s eyesight, more seriously, it will affect children’s physical and intellectual development. As long as you sit in front of the TV screen for half an hour, people’s metabolism and activity will decline, IQ will be reduced by 50, or even put on autism. This is not alarmism. After watching the following passage, my mother watches TV day and night, and my son suffers from autism. You get it.

5-year-old “dumb boy” can only speak words

Doctor: children are “hurt” by long-term TV

When he was five years old, he could only spit out words, but could not speak a whole sentence. When he went to the hospital, he found out that he was suffering from autism.

Bobo, 5, still can’t speak a complete sentence. Last week, his mother took him to the children’s neurological and psychological diseases clinic of Central South Hospital of Wuda. Fan Jingyi, deputy chief physician, found that when Bobo wanted to drink water, he would only lead his mother to find a kettle, but he would not express it in words.

It is understood that mother Bobo likes watching TV and often has to open for more than ten hours a day. Although Bobo only watches one and a half hours of children’s programs a day, fan Jingyi believes that Bobo’s illness should be attributed to television. Because research has confirmed that it is also harmful to turn on or not to watch TV.

“For babies between 8 months and 2 years old, even if they don’t focus on the program, TV on is a negative effect.” Fan Jingyi explained that the baby is surrounded by sounds and pictures, which take up the opportunity to communicate and speak with their parents. Once they miss this language development period, it is difficult to train and remedy.

Experts stressed that the incidence of autism in addition to environmental factors, but also with genetic and other related. Experts suggest that children under the age of 2 should not be allowed to turn on TV for more than 2 hours.

Isn’t it terrible? So mothers, for your baby, please turn off the TV consciously to prevent children from autism! If you have any questions about children’s home-based knowledge such as electric shock prevention, please continue to pay attention to Baibai safety net children’s electric shock prevention common sense column.