The increase in use of digital devices for recreation and work may lead to an increase in eye fatigue.
Whilst an eye examination is an incredibly important part of looking after the health of your eyes, there are several things you can do at home that will help keep your eyes healthy this winter.
There are several eye conditions that can affect your eye health and vision in different ways. One of these common conditions is Glaucoma. Presently, it affects around 60 million people around the world.
At the beginning of the pandemic there was some confusion as to whether wearing contact lenses was safe, due to the spread of coronavirus. It has been confirmed that there is no evidence to suggest there is any correlation between wearing contact lenses and the spread of coronavirus.
There are a high number of driving accidents that occur at night, and poor vision is identified as a major contributing factor.
When it comes to eye health, how often do you think about food? It may sound strange, but what you eat can have an impact on your eyes as well as your overall body health.
Starting from 21st September is National Eye Health Week. This week is used to promote the importance of regular eye examinations and keeping your eyes healthy.
An eye examination is much more than checking your prescription and updating your glasses. Using our state-of-the-art technology, we can gain a deeper insight into the health of the eye in more detail than the human eye can see.
A staple for such good weather along with sun cream must be a good pair of sunglasses. Not only do they provide you with protection from UV and make your vision more comfortable, but they are also a great fashion accessory. There are some great eye wear trends coming through for 2020 and sunglasses are no different.
Plastic free July is a global movement to encourage people to be a part of the solution to plastic pollution and help create a cleaner environment for us to live in.