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Tips for Glasses Wearers: 10 Remedies to Get Rid of Dark Circles

If you wear glasses, you’ll know that they can draw attention to your eyes. Whilst some wearers feel like they can hide behind their specs, others feel like their lenses (especially for hypermetropia) will highlight their eye area for all to see. So having jaded peepers from late nights, stress or general lack of rest is not a great look for prescription glasses wearers. If this is you, don’t worry. Help is at hand because there are many different ways to get rid of dark bags under the eyes. Here are 10 quick fixes you can try the next time you’ve pulled an all-nighter.

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Can Computer Screens Damage Our Eye Health?

Recent health reports have suggested that the overuse of computer technology could be responsible for damaging our visual health. But herein lies the problem; no matter what age, gender, job role or social status, we all spend most the hours of our day staring at screens.

Whether it’s a computer screen, a laptop, tablet, our mobile phones or our televisions, today’s modern world is almost entirely run by technology.

So is the digital generation doomed to have poor eye health? Could we be tripping ourselves up for a series of eye problems in later life? Could our children be seriously affected

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9 Essential Glasses Terms You Need To Know

Buying a pair of specs can sometimes be as tricky as a challenge on the Crystal Maze. Yet, you can deftly weave your way through those obstacles – that is after you’ve made an appointment to see your optometrist.

In essence, an optometrist will open a window into all things concerning your prescription. They will undertake all the necessary tests containing a host of accurate measurements concerning your peepers. This will enable you to benefit from the best vision possible.

At SelectSpecs, we are all about looking after your eyes. So if you don’t know your PD from your PB, we

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5 Quick Exercises for Tired Eyes in Winter

There are many reasons why you might get tired eyes in the winter time; from the dryness of the air outside and lower humidity levels in the home (which can cause dry eye syndrome) to straining our vision for driving and other activities that we might do in the dark, wintertime can really take a toll on our peepers. To help prevent this sort of discomfort, always wear glasses for myopia (short-sightedness) and hyperopia (long-sightedness) and go for regular check-ups at your opticians. In addition to taking good care of your eyesight and using eye drops, here are 6 really quick exercises that

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How to Deal with Dry Eyes

Do you ever get an uncomfortable, itchy feeling in your eyes at the end of a long day? If this happens regularly, then you may be suffering from dry eyes.

Eye dryness occurs when the eye doesn’t produce tears properly or when the tears evaporate too quickly. It can range in severity and is caused by many different things, from lifestyle to medical conditions. For some, it’s an annoying but uncommon occurrence, but for others dry eyes can be a difficult, ongoing issue.

If your eyes often feel dehydrated, here are a few easy ways you can combat dryness for healthy eyes.

Swap Contact Lenses for Glasses

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Common Eye Health Problems that You Need to Know About

The key to good eye health for the whole family starts with having the right pair of prescription glasses and having good eye health education. Having something go wrong with your eyes (or your child’s eyes) can be a terrifying or worrying experience when you don’t know what the diagnosis is or what the causes are. Whilst Myopia (short-sightedness) and Presbyopia (long-sightedness) are widely understood, there are many other eye disorders and problems which aren’t.

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Are Smartphones Creating Long Term Problems For Our Eyes?

What is the first thing you do in the morning? Do you pick up your phone to check your email and catch up with the news?

An hour or two later when there isn’t much to do, is it likely that you use your phone to surf the Internet or watch something on Netflix? Finally before bedtime, how long do you tend to play on your phone? Maybe you need to check Twitter one last time to make sure you haven’t missed out on anything. If this sounds a lot like you, then you are not alone.

As Apple and Samsung compete for your love, society recognises that having a multi-functioning phone is normal.

These days

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