Monsoon is very much liked by many people, but with it many diseases also come home. People get sick more due to change in weather. Which also brings viral and bacterial infections. But do you know that it also affects your ‘eyes’.
Everyone needs to take a certain level of caution to enjoy the monsoons. Including eye care. So let us tell you some things for good eye care
Always keep the towels, napkins, handkerchiefs etc that you use to wipe the face clean. Do not share your personal belongings, such as towels, glasses, contact lenses, etc. with anyone.
Whenever you go out of the house, wear your number glasses or sunglasses carefully. They keep our eyes away from any foreign viruses and infectious substances like bacteria.
Wash eyes daily with cold water. Do not rub your eyes vigorously after waking up or after removing contact lenses as this can permanently damage the cornea.
do not wear contact lenses
Try not to wear contact lenses during monsoons as it can cause excessive dryness in the eyes. Due to which there may be redness and irritation in the eyes. Keep your glasses clean and dry.