Whenever you visit the optometrist for an appointment, chances are you'll come across the word "myopia", especially if you require some form of corrective vision. It's nothing to freak out about but it is important to know what it is.
It's easy to get complacent about contact lenses and understandably so – sometimes you may forget you even have them in! However, as comfortable as they may be, it's important to keep a few things in mind when wearing them.
Suffering with dry eyes is frustratingly common, and can be caused by a huge number of variables. These tasks cause us to have a reduced blink-rate, so our tears evaporate much more readily. Read on for some tips on how to improve the quality of your tears and keep your eyes lubricated.
Age-related macular degeneration is the no.1 cause of vision loss in people over 60 years old in the Western world. Yikes! Our lead optometrist, Mai Monavar, gives us a quick rundown about AMD, its treatments, and what can help prevent it.
Whether you're new to having your eyes checked or if you've been wearing glasses or contact lenses for years, your eye prescription is used to know exactly what requirements (if any) are needed to correct your vision.
The heady combination of winter time and a global pandemic has meant that many of us are spending much more time indoors. Our lead optometrist, Mai Monavar, shares 6 tips to help keep eyes healthy during the winter.
While there are benefits to blue light exposure, prolonged intake of it (particularly at night) contributes to digital eye strain, which can result in sore eyes, blurry vision, and other frustrations.
It's not just your skin that needs protection: direct exposure to sunbeams can damage your eyes, too.
As we all learn to adapt to new norms amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s easy to forget about our eyecare. Here are 8 Eyecare Tips for those who have found themselves working from home more often than not.