A parent left a message to me backstage saying that his son likes watching TV very much when he comes to winter and summer vacation, but he can’t stop it, so what diseases are primary school students prone to watching TV every day during the winter vacation? How long should it take.

Winter vacation is coming, primary school students watch TV every day suffer from “TV syndrome”!

According to reports, “TV syndrome” will damage the health of eyes, bones, intestines and stomach, at the same time, it will affect children’s attention, reduce expression ability and response ability. Long time staring at the TV screen will lead to eye fatigue, and consume a lot of rhodopsin in the retina, which obviously affects vision. Children may lie down or watch TV in various positions, which may cause neck soft tissue strain or cervical spondylosis for a long time. Some children watch TV while eating or snacks while watching TV, which will reduce the secretion of gastric juice, bile or pancreatic juice, increase the burden of gastrointestinal, leading to dyspepsia or stomach disease. “TV children” pay too much attention to watching TV, and their attention, ambition and desire for knowledge will also decline. Being addicted to TV will also reduce the communication between children and their families and the outside world, which will affect their expression ability and responsiveness.

Because children lack self-control, the best doctor to prevent TV syndrome is parents. Children should watch TV for 1 to 2 hours every day; the distance between people and TV should be about 3 meters, and the height of TV should be in line with people’s sight.

When winter vacation comes, primary school students watch TV every day and suffer from “TV syndrome”. Parents try to arrange some interesting activities or physical exercises for their children during the winter vacation to avoid the phenomenon that children are infatuated with TV. Baibai safety net’s knowledge about children’s home electric shock prevention is still being updated. Please lock in our relevant columns!