There have been many studies carried out claiming that if you listen to classical music it can possibly improve your performance at work or school. There has now been a study to find out if listening to Mozart can improve your vision as well.
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Meibomian gland dysfunction, or MGD, can be caused by many factors and one of these is from computer eye strain. Luckily, taking some small steps in how you use a computer or other devices can help the symptoms. In this article, I will go through what computer eye strain is, how it can cause MGD and what you can do to help it.
The sun seems to have arrived in full force this week and many of you I suspect will try and get out in it as much as possible, which is great. Along will applying sun screen, make sure you pop on your sunglasses to protect your eyes too. Here are 5 top reasons why you should wear your sunglasses this summer.
Most women expect morning sickness, back pain, and tiredness during pregnancy. I find a lot of women don’t know that being pregnant can affect their eyes too, and are surprised when they get signs of eye problems.
Any excuse to eating chocolate is great, and when it also has health benefits to your eyes it is even better.
1. Being Tired
One cause of having a twitching eye can be due to lack of sleep, this could be for many reasons such as stress, work, social life, etc. Also having poor quality sleep can make you tired resulting in twitchy eyes. If you think this is the cause of your eye twitching, then getting a good 7-8 hours of good quality sleep (for the average adult) would be recommended.
As winter starts to fade and spring starts to come to life, there are many things that can cause your eyes to become irritated, sore and tired. Spring is a great time to ‘spring clean’ your eye health to make sure you have a great year ahead with the best possible eyes. Here are a few simple tips to kick start your own eye health spring clean.
Not getting enough sleep, or enough good quality sleep, can really affect your eyes. The average adult needs about 7-8 hours of good quality sleep.
Colour blindness, also called colour vision deficiency, is a condition where people struggle to identify and differentiate between certain colours.