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Yes and no. Many believe that carrots help you see in the dark, whilst others suggest that this is a myth. Contrary to those that say it’s a myth, there is some truth to this statement, but it also has an interesting origin.
Dark chocolate contains antioxidants that can reduce the risk of inflammation and improve heart health. According to scientists and recent studies, indulging in this delicious treat can also improve your vision. However, there has been much debate around this topic.
We all know getting enough sleep is important for staying healthy and alert, but have you ever thought about what a lack of it can do to your eyes?
Sleep is restorative for all parts of the body including cognition and immune function. Getting enough shut eye will keep you alert, more able to fight off infection and give your eyes the moisture and rest needed to perform at their best.
Children's Mental Health Week runs from the 1st-7th February 2021 and is a special awareness week launched by Place2Be in 2015.