Be Safe during St. Patricks Day Weekend Says CLEContactLenses.com

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As many will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this upcoming weekend, CLEContactLenses.com sends a remainder to all to stay safe and to protect their eyes if they will be celebrating outdoors.

Happy St. Patrick's Day from CLEContactLenses.com

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Now who doesn’t like to go to the local or city St. Patrick’s Day Parade with friends and family? We just need to be conscious of protecting our vision, so make sure you at least a brimmed hat or UV protecting sunglasses on and enjoy the day.

New York based Eye Care Associates enters its 14th year in business online as the operator of CleContactLenses.com, an online e-tailer that sells contact lenses, contact lens removers, contact solution and other eye care related items. CLEContactLenses.com is supervised by a team of eye care professionals, Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, and Opticians to best service their patients’ needs and questions.

As many are looking forward to relaxing chowing down on the traditional corned beef and cabbage or Sheppard’s pie and washing them down with a few pints in honor of the Irish patron St. Patrick this upcoming weekend, CLEContactLenses.com would like to remind all of those who will be going to the various parades to keep it safe and protect their eyes. The best way to do so is by either wearing a hat with a brim or simply wearing UV protecting sunglasses.

The reason why CLEContactLenses.com is emphasizing the need to protect the eyes is because March is also Save Your Vision Month. In late February, CLEContactLenses.com published a blog post informing its visitors and customers about how March is Save Your Vision Month to help create more awareness so that everyone can at a bare minimum have their eyes checked and if not be more cautious of bad habits they may have developed.

According to CLEContactLenses.com the best way to protect the eyes is to get a comprehensive eye exam each year. By doing so, one could detect a vision problem and prevent, delay or even reverse its progression depending on the prognosis.

Another way to protect vision is by being cautious in today’s digital era. It has been long talked about the strain eyes take from continuously looking at computer screens, over sized televisions and other handheld digital devices improperly to the point that this past January at the Consumer Electronics Show, the Vision Council helped raise awareness of digital eye strain, so that consumers keep this in the back of their minds while shopping for that next large screen television or handheld device.

The published blog post by CLEContactLenses.com provides much detail about prevention and steps one can take to help save their vision. Within the article CLEContactLenses.com reaches out to computer users since their group is the ones who are widely reported with digital eye strain. CLEContactLenses.com provides computer users simple corrections they can make to help save their vision as well as providing steps on the 20-20-20 rule. For all those that do not know what this is, it is an eye exercise one should practice to help reduce eye strain.

The published article about Save Your Vision Awareness month can be viewed here on CLEContactLenses.com Blog.

Some would think attending a parade for a few hours in the sun doesn’t seem so harmful, but it really can be to the eyes if they are not well protected. Just ask Anderson Cooper who reportedly burned his eyes this past December while on vacation.

PJ from CLEContactLenses.com says “Now who doesn’t like to go to the local or city St. Patrick’s Day Parade with friends and family? We just need to be conscious of protecting our vision, so make sure you at least a brimmed hat or UV protecting sunglasses on and enjoy the day.”

CleContactlenses.com is based out of Westchester County, NY and has offices in New York City and Mahwah NJ. CleContactlenses.com has been in business online for the last 15 years selling Acuvue contact lenses, contact lens removers, contact solution, eye vitamins and all things eye care related.

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