How To Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Have them Tested Regularly

It’s important to have your eyes checked by an optician every two years, this changes depending on your age, medical condition or where you optician advises more regular tests. Eye tests are a health check and can detect symptoms of conditions such as diabetes, high-blood pressure, cataracts & glaucoma to name a few.

Protection from UV

The sun can do tremendous damage to your eyes if they’re not protected. We offer a great range of products from sunglasses, coatings and sun-reactive lenses to ensure you can enjoy the sun and the snow all year round.

Check out the infographic for some interesting facts on UV.

Keep your Prescription up to date

If your prescription is wrong it can mean you’re constantly straining your eyes to see. This can lead to persistent headaches, nausea and can be very irritating. By seeing us regularly, we can ensure you’re eye-sight will be bang up to date.

Watery Eyes

Watery eyes can be caused from allergies, excessive lacrimal (tear) production or blocked eye-duct drainage. Come and see us sooner rather than later and we can help get to the bottom of your problem.

Sticky Eyes

Sticky eyes can be caused by a lack of lacrimal (tear) production or a build up ‘eye-dust’ in and around the eye-ducts. Try to keep your eyes clean and if you have contact lenses, be sure to wash your hands properly before putting them in or taking them out.

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