To raise awareness of eye health across all ages, Professional Services Manager, Roshni Patel, BSc (Hons) MCOptom, at Lenstore, looks into the life cycle of the eye, examining the most common conditions to look out for from birth to old age, and the treatments available.
Eyes are one of the most important organs you have. While our heart, lungs, and spleen have vital jobs, we don’t notice their functions as much as that of our eyes. Being proactive when it comes to eye health could help prolong the onset of degenerative or age-related issues and can ensure we have the […]
Take a moment to think about how many hours you spend in front of a computer or smartphone screen on a daily basis. Studies have found that the average individual will devote an incredible 1,700 hours interacting with a laptop computer on an annual basis. Perhaps more concerning is that fact that consumers spend just […]
Your eyes are without a doubt one of the most vital organs in the body. While this is the case, there are many people in Singapore that overlook them as an organ altogether. It is understandable why this is the case, but that is what they are. That aside, just imagine how hard it would […]
Your eye health can influence the quality of your life, which is why you should always maintain its condition. However, there are many factors outside of your control that can deteriorate the condition of your eyes. Astigmatism, for example, happens when you have irregularly shaped cornea. Over time, this specific eye issue can significantly affect […]
Your eyes are one of the most important organs of your body. Your development as a person and your reaction to different situations will depend on the things you’ve seen in the past. Having said that, it’ll be challenging for you to function as an individual if you have poor eyesight.
What are the habits that you want to change? We all possess some habits or another whether it’s delivering jokes at a wrong time, being late, relying on coffee for most works, procrastinating, finishing sentences of others, biting your toenails and cracking your knuckles. Almost 91% of Brits have some habit or another that they […]