A good pair of sunglasses should be a priority when heading to a sun-drenched destination.
Anyone taking cheap flights to India soon will be well aware of how hot and sunny the country can get, with a medical source offering recommendations on how to look after one’s eyes on vacation.
Nick Atkins, an ambassador for Rohto Dry Eye Relief, pointed out that eye drops can be useful, particularly since there are so many environments when travellers may have problems.
He noted that people could encounter issues in planes or trains when the air conditioning is on at a high level, or simply in countries where the climate is dry.
“If you are going out in the sun, whether home or abroad, on holiday or just every day, then the use of good quality UV400 sunglasses is essential,” Mr Atkins added.
This week, Dr BSR Murthy described in The Hindu how tired or unhealthy eyes can ruin a person’s looks as well as cause them significant discomfort and medical problems.
Written by Anthony Nicholson