Wearing contact lenses while living an active lifestyle may seem challenging, but these tips from Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry will help make it easier for you to manage your needs. Here are some essential tips on how to make your contact lenses fit your on-the-go lifestyle.
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Tears keep the eyes lubricated, making it easier for you to track objects and flush out foreign objects that get into your eyes. Tears contain salt and water that kills infections and moistens the eyes with every blink. But when your eyes become excessively watery, it could be due to an underlying problem that might […]
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is bad for your eyes. Long-term exposure can lead to various eye conditions, such as keratitis, pterygia, pinguecula and cataracts, among others. Some people are more vulnerable to the sun’s UV rays, including children, construction workers and contact lens wearers.
Whether it’s sunny or cloudy outdoors, you must wear your sunglasses to protect your eyes from ultraviolet (UV) radiation. The sun’s UV rays can cause various eye conditions, some of which can affect your vision permanently.