Headaches are very common and can be due to many day-to-day things like dehydration or stress. Feeling unwell with things like a cold or a bug can make us prone to headaches as well.
In our previous screentime study, we revealed there is a link between staring at screens for a prolonged period and health problems such as eye strain and headaches.
While continuous headaches could indicate that you need an updated contact lens or glasses prescription, we know that the cause of headaches is diverse.
Maintaining good health and a healthy lifestyle has become a big area of focus for many in recent years. So, with this in mind, the team here at Lenstore have revisited our Healthy Lifestyle Cities Report, refreshing the findings for a 2023 edition – you can find the 2022 Healthy Lifestyle Report here, and the 2021 report here.
Having regular eye tests is one of the most important things you can do for your health, even if you think you have perfect vision.
That is because eye tests can help ensure your glasses or contact lens prescription is up to date, while also detecting any early warning signs of eye conditions and other health issues like diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
From concealer to mascara, makeup is worn by millions of people each and every day, and it’s important when applying it to be doing so in a safe manner. Applying makeup around the eye area requires extra care to ensure you are protecting your sight from infection or even poking your eye out and causing long-lasting damage.
For contact lens wearers, the challenge of protecting your eyes when applying makeup can seem even greater, as you need to ensure both your contact lens and eyes are being taken care of.