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With the seasons changing and the temperamental British weather switching from hot to cold in the blink of an eye, this can affect your contact lenses, causing problems while you are wearing them and even when you're not. The weather, be it hot or cold, can lead to discomfort and even infection with contact lenses.
The heatwave is on, and while it’s important to care for your sight all year round, summer brings new challenges such as allergies and increased exposure to UVA and UVB rays.
There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding contact lenses and lens wear. For example, you can clean contacts in tap water and you can't wear lenses if you're over 40. This article debunks the top 13 contact lens myths and will put your mind at ease.
Within a single lifetime, the way we use our eyes has drastically changed. We now spend much of our day looking at objects which emit artificial light and are a short, fixed distance in front of us. These objects are screens, and they can now be found on devices ranging from laptops to phones to fridges. But how do all of these screens impact our eye health?