While the stream of advice about Coronavirus is bewildering, there is a consistent theme that for healthy adults it is recommended to get outdoors and take your daily exercise,
So, get out in the garden if you can, and once a day go for a walk, bike ride, or jog.
Protect your eyes
It's important to have the right protective clothing so that you can enjoy being outdoors, even when it's cold and windy.
Your eyes are among the most sensitive parts of the body to wind, sunshine, dust, and pollen. But while...
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I enjoy getting out on my bike most days of the year as long as the weather isn't too bad.
The trouble is that as soon as it starts getting colder, from November through to March, my eyes water like anything when I'm outdoors. They also feel sore during and after my bike ride - it feels as though someone has punched me in the eyes.
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I first noticed the watering problem in my early 50s when one eye in particular started tearing excessively in cold and windy weather.
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7eye AirShield glasses and sunglasses give your eyes so much more protection than standard wraparound eyewear.
No other type of eyewear offers 3 in 1 protection against:
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What's more, wearing 7eye AirShield glasses means that your tear moisture will not evaporate so fast, and this helps to relieve symptoms of dry eye syndrome.
Protection against wind
The soft, comfortable AirShield eye cup encircles your eye sockets, insulating your eyes from the wind.
Wearing 7eye AirShield glasses will, in most cases, stop your eyes from producing...
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With temperatures set to soar this weekend, it is predicted that the grass pollen count will be very high. If you are prone to hay fever, you can expect to suffer increasingly from itchy and sore eyes, blocked or runny nose and bouts of sneezing.
There are lots of hay fever treatments available; many of the commonest involve taking antihistamine medication or steroid nasal sprays.
There are, however, two drug-free treatments that are very effective. They have been singled out by The Times as the best ways to protect your eyes and nose...