Your life and eyes

Here you can find your guide to vision solutions to suit your lifestyle. This collection of articles has been written to support you when looking for more information about choosing the right lenses for your lifestyle whether that be sporting pursuits through to driving.

Your life and eyes 2 min read

How to reduce or prevent eye fatigue

Eye fatigue occurs when our eyes are tired after intense use such as looking at a fixed object for a long time without taking regular breaks, but what can you do to prevent the uncomfortable symptoms that come with eye strain?

Your life and eyes 5 min read

Top signs that you need new lenses

If you’ve had your current lenses for some time and you’re due an eye examination, there’s a chance you may need new lenses. There are some signs that you can look out for yourself, which can be very helpful in recognising whether your lenses are no longer working correctly for your needs.

Your life and eyes 2 min read

How can stress affect your eyesight?

This Wednesday, 6th November 2019, is National Stress Awareness Day, creating a great reminder to take a moment to think about your wellbeing and finding ways to manage stress.

Your life and eyes 4 min read

3 things to consider when buying varifocal lenses

Varifocal lenses are a popular solution for correcting presbyopia so you can see clearly at different distances; near, far and everything in between. We offer some key considerations to think about when it comes to buying your first pair of varifocal lenses.

Your life and eyes 5 min read

Does using a digital device cause eye strain?

We live in a world where technology dominates; it has had a profound impact on our day-to-day lives as we use computers, smartphones and tablets for work, to communicate and to find out information. This has resulted in physiological changes; our behaviour and even posture is impacted.

Your life and eyes 6 min read

How to achieve better eye health

If you hurt your arm, you will likely see a bruise or feel pain; this often isn’t the case with your eyes. You may not notice any symptoms at first if or when something is wrong with your eyes or vision, so it’s important to follow the right advice to prolong healthy vision.