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 most people wear warm coats and hats to protect themselves when required, there is often too little emphasis on protecting your eyes.
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Protective eyewear becomes something of a necessity if you have an eye condition such as dry eyes, blepharitis, allergic conjunctivitis, or photophobia.
For more details on the special range of wind-protective glasses and sunglasses that Eyewear Accessories stock, read our Product overview.
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**Of course, if you need to self isolate for the time being, this advice does not apply. Always check the latest government and NHS websites for updates to their advice.