Long-haul travel is very popular, especially during the School Holiday periods
Whether travelling by plane or driving, travelling can adversely impact your eyes. Using the right eye drops can help alleviate some of the symptoms, but it’s also important to know what else can be done to reduce the impact of travelling on your eyes.
Did you know that there are some simple measures you can take to ensure long haul travelling doesn’t take its toll on your eyes?
Follow us as we explore some preventative measures you can take to reduce dry and irritated eyes when you travel:
- Use eye drops before your trip
- Don’t forget to Blink
- Travel during normal daylight hours
- Get enough sleep
- Ensure the air vents aren’t blowing directly on your face
- Rest and Close your eyes