Pay attention to eye health during swimming in summer
Pay special attention to protecting your features when swimming in the pool.
Swimming in the pool is the most likely to cause eye diseases. The doctor advises the public-swimming in summer, don’t forget eye health.
Swimming is really a good item for midsummer fitness.
At present, there are 2,000 to 3,000 people swimming in the swimming pool of Zhengzhou University every day.
Recently, the Zhengzhou Center for Disease Control and Prevention carried out sanitary monitoring on more than 40 swimming places in the city. The water quality of some large swimming pools can basically be qualified, but the public escalators, public faucets and deck chairs by the pool are easy to be ignored.Become a vector for germs.
Experts warn citizens, don’t forget to protect your eyes during swimming in summer.
On Sunday, Ms. Liu went to a swimming pool in Zhengzhou City. She developed symptoms such as itchiness, redness, pain, and tears in her eyes. She applied eye drops on her own.Only cured.
Summer swimming can cause some kind of eye disease, how to protect the eyes?
Recently, the reporter interviewed Ding Xiangqi, chief ophthalmologist of Zhengzhou Central Hospital.
Director Ding said that swimming can easily cause eye diseases. The most common is acute conjunctivitis (ie red eye disease). Most are caused by bacteria and viral infections. The most obvious symptom is eye congestion (ie red eyes), which will causeAcute conjunctivitis disease.
Especially for swimmers with contact lenses, the corneal epithelium will be hypoxic, and the movement of the lens will damage the corneal epithelium, causing cell death and displacement, so that bacteria will invade the wound and cause inflammation.
Experts suggest that the first is that the swimming pool must be replaced and disinfected in time according to regulations; swimmers should try to choose swimming places with good water quality and less pollution.
Second, it is best to drop one or two drops of antibiotic eye drops before and after swimming. It is best not to use towels and other items used by others during swimming.
The third is that you can not wear contact lenses when swimming, and try to close your eyes when diving, if possible, it is best to wear swimming goggles when swimming.
Fourth, try not to rub your eyes during swimming activities. People with high myopia (how to treat myopia) cannot dive head down to avoid causing retinal detachment.
Remember to wash your face with clean water, take a bath, and drip antibiotic eye drops once after swimming.
Swimming in the pool, conjunctivitis caused by mild irritation caused by bleach disinfectant, often has a slight redness in the eyes after water emerges, and it will disappear on its own after a few minutes to several hours, usually without going to the hospital for treatment.
However, if the symptoms are exacerbated and you are infected with acute conjunctivitis, do not drop eye drops without permission to prevent the infection from getting worse. It is best to go to the hospital to see a doctor.
People with arthritis in their eyes and those who have just undergone eye surgery are advised not to swim to prevent infection.