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We're having a great warm Fall season and coming up on Winter here are some tips to protect your eyes for the upcoming seasonal weather.
Winter Eye Care Tips
There are new and different reasons to protect your eyes during the winter. Here are a few ways you can combat the effects of cold weather and dry air on your eyes.
Winter Dry Eyes
Heaters and Humidifiers
Dry winter air can cause eyes to be more sensitive. An easy way to prevent dryness is by using a humidifier in areas with indoor heating; the heat tends to dry the moisture in the air and cause irritation and dryness in your eyes.
Talk with your eye care provider if you feel your contacts becoming dry. He or she may suggest rewetting drops or another solution to help keep your contacts moist.
Wear a hat or hooded jacket to protect your eyes from the weather, dust, and debris.
Holiday Celebrations and Makeup
Winter celebrations are fun reasons to put on a little extra or special makeup. But, be careful – never share makeup or makeup brushes. Another person’s germs may be hazardous to you and it is an easy way to pick up a bacteria or virus, such as pink eye!
Sunglasses in Winter? Absolutely!
The winter sun may not sine as bright or feel as warm, but its harmful UV rays can still reach your eyes. In addition, sunlight reflected by snow can lead to sunburned eyes; another reason to make sure your sunglasses and snow goggles block 100% of UV rays.
Golden Vision Optometry accepts: VSP , Eyemed, Aetna, Davis Vision, M.E.S., Central Health Care, Medi-cal, One care, and PPO insurances. If you do not see your vision provider listed. Please contact us and we can check for you.