Here is some help for annoying eye floaters. We are asked about these a lot in the office by customers. Also, as an optician, James sees many patients with 'floaters' in their eyes. These are annoying particles or threads that appear to float across our line of vision throughout the day.
Did you see Dragons' Den yesterday? If you did, you would have seen fellow optometrist and developer of OcuShield Dhruvin Patel facing down the Dragons. OcuShield is a tempered glass screen protector that protects our eyes as well as the mobile device's screen.
Our friends at OcuShield have listed the ten best top tips for healthy eyes. Over time, our daily habits can affect our eyes, making them feel tired, strained and even leading to headaches or dry eyes. Follow these simple advice tips to keep your eyes in perfect condition for years to come.
Is there any science to prove that getting enough sleep can actually help our skin? What really happens while we are sleeping - or is 'beauty sleep' a myth or old wives' tale? Here at Butterflies Eyecare, we are intrigued by these sort of questions, so here's what we found out.
The risk of developing eye disease increases with age. This is because our diet, genetics, age, chronic diseases and lifestyle all play a role in their development. Particular eye diseases are undetectable therefore it's best to see an eye professional regularly to prevent changes in vision.
Make it foresight ... not hindsight
Health warnings are everywhere. You only have to switch on the TV or radio, read a newspaper or look online, and you'll be warned of the many dangers of life today. We're swamped with information about obesity, smoking, the dangers of binge drinking, etc, etc. But how often do you see advice on eye health?
Hands up if you've had your eyes tested recently? If you're anything like us here at Banburyshire, you often put things like eye tests off ... you're just too busy ...
Did you know that pumpkins are good for your eyes and could protect them from macular degeneration?
Both the pumpkin flesh and seeds can be used after Halloween to use up your lantern. Don't just throw it away as it's so easy to make cakes, soup and delicious toasted savoury seeds. Love Food Hate Waste!