Eye Safety Tips for the Holidays


Nobody wants to remember Christmas for something bad happening. So, when it comes to eye care, there are several often-overlooked areas that can cause eye damage during the holidays.

Los Angeles (I-Newswire) December 18, 2013 - The holidays are the best time of year. The spirit of giving is in the air, friends and family come together to catch up on each other's lives, and memories are made. Of course, nobody wants to remember Christmas for something bad happening. So, when it comes to eye care, there are several often-overlooked areas that can cause eye damage during the holidays. In order to prevent a few of the possible mishaps, here are a few things to consider.

The Christmas tree is one of the most popular items in households around the world. As lovely as it may be, there are a few precautions to take when placing one in your home. When you have kids running around on Christmas day, any low hanging branches sticking out from the tree can be an eye hazard. Be sure to cut off any branches that stick out a little too far. When decorating the tree, if you're using any artificial snow spray, be careful around your eyes. The spray tends to have a lot of chemicals in it that can cause eye irritation. Try finding a chemical free snow spray or a more creative way of decorating the tree like white confetti.

The classic snowball fight is fun, but is also an obvious eye hazard. Getting hit in the eye can cause serious eye damage. Try avoiding a snowball fight, but if it's a family tradition, try making a rule for nothing above the waist, or endure that everyone wears ski or snowboard goggles.

Lastly, the fireplace brings a nice warmth to the holidays, but just be careful of the crackling wood and sparks that can fly out.

The holidays should be a time for family and reflecting on what means most to you. Taking these small eye care precautions can help to make sure you have a safe holiday. Happy Holidays from the East West Eye Institute.






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The East West Eye Institute is a complete eyecare facility. Not only do we have experts in lasik an   More..d other forms of refractive surgery, but the East West Eye Institute also has experts in the fields of glaucoma, corneal disease and oculoplastics (plastic surgery of the eyelids). We utilize advanced laser technology to treat conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, various forms of glaucoma, and secondary cataracts. Eyelid and facial rejuvenation can be obtained with Botox and cosmetic fillers such as Juvederm, Radiesse, and Restylane.Less..

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Albert Brenneman
420 E. Third St. Suite 603 Los Angeles, CA
90013
Phone : 877-871-1684

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