While the hot weather gives us a warm welcome from the chills of winter and the showers of spring, hot weather can also have adverse effects on the eyes. This blog will run you through the potential threats hot weather can pose so that you'll be well informed to take the necessary precautions to keep your eyes healthy all summer long.
The days are longer, and the sun is shining brighter; what better way to pass the time than taking a lovely summer's stroll? Whether you're heading to your local park, ambling through shady woodlands, wandering down a canal towpath or sauntering through the city, make sure you protect your eyes from the sun's UV rays by wearing sunglasses.
Wearing face masks is essential to reducing the spread of COVID-19; however, the usage of masks during the pandemic has led to an increase in dry eye disease. This article looks at Mask Associated Dry Eye (MADE) and what you can do to prevent it.