Nowadays, many parents like to take their children to the cinema to see 3D movies. However, there are three aspects of parents’ tangle: first, whether going to the cinema to see a movie will hurt their eyes, especially 3D movies; second, whether the sound in the cinema is loud and will hurt their ears; third, whether the children can sit down. So, should preschool children watch 3D movies or not?

The younger you are, the less suitable you are to watch 3D movies

Experts pointed out that there is no exact research on how old children can watch movies, but it is certain that the younger children are less suitable for movies, especially 3D movies.

It is understood that 3D movies need to be watched with 3D glasses. The left eye can only see the left image, and the right eye can only see the right image. After the fusion of the left and right eye collection function is activated, the brain can produce three-dimensional visual effects. This kind of image moves fast, the scene is constantly changing, the children’s visual system is still in the development stage, coupled with the dim light in the cinema, it is easy to cause visual fatigue, and even induce pseudomyopia.

Remind that if preschool children want to see a movie, they would rather choose a traditional 2D movie than a 3D movie. In addition, we must choose films with plots suitable for children, rather than let children watch films that are not suitable for children for the interest of adults.

Let your eyes rest regularly

In recent years, several 3D films have exploded the circle of friends, and netizens have greatly praised their 3D effects. However, many children feel “dizziness, dry eyes and nausea” during watching the movie when they are addicted to lifelike effects.

Remind me that apart from 3D glasses, which are easy to cause visual fatigue, the average movie time is now two

About hours, if you continue to watch, the function of eye regulation will be weakened. Because children are attracted by the plot when watching the movie, the number of blinks will be significantly reduced, which is more likely to produce visual fatigue, leading to abnormal dry eyes.

Experts suggest that children should rest their eyes after watching the movie for a while. In order to alleviate dizziness, it is best to take off 3D glasses and rest once every 30 minutes or so while watching the movie. Choose the seat back to prevent visual fatigue.

If the child feels headache, blurred vision or rainbow circle around the light when watching the movie, that is to say, if the eyes can not be removed by hand rubbing, he should be alert to the acute attack of glaucoma, and should go to the regular hospital in time.

Wipe 3D glasses with disinfectant tissue

It’s natural to watch 3D movies without 3D glasses, but the shared 3D glasses will bring a lot of hidden dangers to children’s health.

Experts point out that non sterile, shared 3D glasses can cause cross infection of diseases. She pointed out that summer is the high incidence season of red eye disease, hand, foot and mouth disease and other diseases. These diseases can be infected through contact. The repeated use of 3D glasses will attach some skin secretions, sweat and bacteria of the audience to the spectacle frame or glasses. If not disinfected frequently, it is easy to spread the disease.

In order to prevent cross infection, Zhang suggested that parents prepare their own disinfected paper towels to wipe the glasses before entering the site. Wash your hands before wearing glasses.

Therefore, we suggest that the younger the children are, the less suitable they are to watch 3D movies. We hope that parents can pay attention to it and not let children who are too young go to see 3D movies. If you are interested in children’s home electric shock prevention knowledge, please go to this safety net to find relevant information.