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Is there any treatment or exercise or diet plan or tonic to improve vision?

My son is 4 years old. after dilation he has cylinderical number +2.00. Dr. asked to convert his cylinderical number into spherical number. Is this fine? or should he wear cylinder glasses? Is there any treatment or exercise or diet plan or tonic to improve his vision?
Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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Hi Shruti verma,
Welcome to healthcare magic.
Yes he needs to wear glassses b'coz
Wearing correct glasses help eyes to relax and focus to see clearly.
In young children,glasses should be worn full time as it is the time for visual development.If errors are not corrected,may lead to reduction in vision further.
Is there watering of eyes? too much stress in eyes to read? headache?
other symptoms?
Consult an Eye specialist.
Wish u good health.
Ophthalmologist Dr. Arun Chaudhari's  Response
Yes, He should wear glasses
There uis no substitute to wearing glasses
Proper wearing of glasses will develop his vision properly

Dr A Chaudhari
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