Are you a makeup enthusiast with all of the latest beauty enhancing products? Or do you have to dig your make up bag out for a rare night on the town? Either way your eyes are delicate, and ensuring they stay healthy is more important than making them look beautiful.
Although we heavily rely on our vision, most of us know very little about how we see the world around us. Over time the human eye has evolved to become our second most complex organ. Even before we are born, we can differentiate between light and dark.
Smokers and non-smokers alike are all too familiar with the health risks associated with the habit, such as heart disease and cancer. However, the fact that smoking may also lead to blindness comes as a surprise to many.
Studies have revealed that nearly 60% of Americans use digital devices for at least five hours per day. In general, many activities and hobbies are moving to the online world and each generation has their own distinct habits.
If you've ever had too much to drink, you'll know that alcohol can cause blurry vision and make you feel dizzy. What you may not know, however, is that temporary distorted vision is not the only side affect of alcohol consumption, particularly if you drink a lot.
You are what you eat, and a healthy diet is just as important for your eyes as any other part of your body. Changing your lifestyle to include better nutrition can help delay or prevent certain eye conditions that could otherwise develop later in life.
Lenstore are proudly supporting Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s Vet Hospital by shining a spotlight on some of the most common eye conditions that are seen at the Home. For more information, visit our Love Your Pet’s Eyes campaign page.