What should I do when my child is crying? What should I do if I can’t play with my child if I have something to do? I believe that many family members use mobile phones and electronic products to let children watch cartoons and play games, and the problem can be solved immediately, although it is an easy task. But it is harmful to children’s health, cervical spondylosis is one of them. Recently, a news report: Wenwen, a 5-year-old girl from Wuhan, has recently experienced dizziness, nausea and other symptoms. In severe cases, she can’t even walk normally. The doctor found that there was something wrong with the child’s cervical spine. It turns out that children usually have the habit of indulging in playing tablet computers. In fact, this is not an isolated case. In recent years, the trend of younger cervical spondylosis is very obvious. Studies have shown that the average age of onset of cervical spondylosis in my country has dropped by 16 years. Reports of cervical spondylosis in young children are not uncommon. You know, cervical spondylosis, as a degenerative disease, originally occurred mostly in the elderly! Why is cervical spondylosis getting younger and younger? With the advent of the Internet age, the rapid upgrading of electronic equipment, and the influence of China’s education system, more and more More children and adolescents are affected by cervical spondylosis. Among them, long-term bowing to play with electronic products, long-term desks, and incorrect posture learning have become important causes of cervical spondylosis. It should be known that keeping the head and neck in a single position with the head down for a long time will make some of the neck muscles stay in a state of tension for a long time, not only prone to neck and shoulder pain and discomfort, but also make these muscles that maintain the normal cervical spine unable to bear. Its function is to transfer pressure to the cervical intervertebral discs and intervertebral joints, thereby increasing the pressure on the cervical intervertebral discs and intervertebral joints and accelerating degeneration. If you lower your head to study, desk, or play with your mobile phone for a long time, cervical spondylosis is prone to occur. And children are in the stage of bone growth and development. Compared with adults, bones have more water and glue, but less calcium, so children’s bones are more flexible and more susceptible to deformation due to external forces. What kind of situation does the child have to go to the hospital? Generally, when we feel discomfort in the cervical spine, and the discomfort exceeds our tolerance, and it starts to affect our normal work and life, we begin to pay attention to our cervical spine problems. If there are symptoms such as hand numbness, unexplained numbness in the upper limbs, and sensation of stepping on cotton in the lower limbs, you should go to a regular hospital for examination in time. To prevent children’s cervical spondylosis, parents should do a good job of supervision: 1, maintain the correct sitting posture. The cervical spine is in a bent position for a long time, which easily causes the neck muscles to be in a state of uncoordinated force for a long time, which may lead to secondary cervical spondylosis. Adolescents should maintain a natural sitting position as much as possible, with their head tilted slightly forward to maintain the normal physiological curve of the head, neck, and chest. 2. Combination of work and rest, combining movement and static. After reading and writing homework for an hour or two, teenagers should take a good rest and purposefully turn their head and neck forward, back, left, and right. 3 more sports activities. Parents should lead by example, minimize surfing and mobile phone time, and spend more time with their children. You can fly kites, play badminton, etc. These sports are good for the cervical spine. 4. Reduce the pressure on the shoulder and back. Choose a trolley-style schoolbag or a shoulder wide-band schoolbag to reduce back pressure. The weight of the backpack is best controlled within 10% of the body weight, and the length of the shoulder strap should be adjusted as the height increases. 5. When blowing on the air conditioner in summer, pay attention to keeping the child’s neck warm and avoid blowing the neck directly. 6. You can warm the neck with a hot towel to relax the neck and back muscles.