Over the past few years, we have seen digital technology soar to the summit of public interest with the likes of smartphones and tablets. This is, of course, only the beginning! With ‘the Internet of Things’ and wearable technology taking off, the use of digital devices is likely to increase.
We all know the drill: following a regimented contact lens care routine and having regular eye checks with your Optician is the best way to care about your eyes. However, not many people know that certain foods can also do wonders for your vision.
Pursuing your dream career is a matter of determination: it requires hard work, continuous efforts to keep your skills and knowledge up to date, and a relentless drive to succeed. At times, though, it takes even more than that to secure your ideal job.
Putting in and taking out your contact lenses can seem quite daunting for first-time contact lens wearers. Most people struggle with it at first, but it’ll become second nature once you get used to it.
As a soft contact lens wearer, caring for your eyes means caring for your contacts. Due to the small size and fragility of contact lenses, certain directions and precautions must always be taken, in order to avoid issues or complications.
We've all heard the warnings about how our technological addictions can have damaging effects on our eyes. But with the advent of apps to help with every ailment, is it possible that smartphones can go from harming our eyes to helping them?
Dry Eye is a common condition where your eyes do not produce enough tears (Aqueous-deficient), or where the tears evaporate too quickly (Evaporative). It can leave your eyes feeling dry, irritated and sore. In some instances it may cause blurred vision.