Eye care is an essential part of any healthy lifestyle. Regular exercise, eating a balanced diet, watching your weight and making sure you have your eyes checked regularly doesn't just keep your vision in tip-top condition, but these measures can also help in the detection of long-term health issues such as diabetes, which can lead to permanent eye damage.
Eye Travel -
  •  Breaking out of the old routine sometimes means forgetting about eye health. Whether you travel regularly or are just planning your annual holiday, it's important to remember eye care as part of your travel preparations. From travel contact lens advice to potential risks from sunlight or infection, make sure you check our travel eye health advice before you set off.
 Eye Fitness -
  • Eye exercises can sometimes be prescribed in cases of muscle imbalances in the eye; but they can also be fun and give you a welcome break from your busy lifestyle. Eye exercises are quick, easy to do and can be part of your morning routine, just like cleaning your teeth or washing your hands. Our section on eye exercises gives you three fun and simple exercises that will help to keep your eye muscles fit.
Eye Safety -
  •  Your eyes are incredibly complicated and delicate. They are easily affected by pollutants in the atmosphere, and modern working environments can put a lot of strain on your eyes. Make sure you protect your eyes against everything the modern world can throw at them and read more about eye safety.
Healthy Diet -
  • There's far more to eye health than just a sight check. A good diet that balances nutrition and vitamin intake, and not smoking, can all help to keep your eyes healthy and happy.
For more detailed information on eyecare please feel free to contact us for more information.