Start the New Year with an eye health check at Airdrie

11 January, 2016
Eye exams are an important part of your overall health routine
Add eye examinations from Specsavers to the list of New Year resolutions

With many of us pledging to kick start the New Year with healthy diets and exercise routines, Andrew McGonagle, store director in Airdrie is reminding customers to add eye examinations to the list of resolutions.

Important part of your overall health routine

Andrew McGonagle said: ‘Whether you wear glasses or not, adults should have an eye test every two years, unless your optometrist recommends you have one more frequently.

‘Eye exams are an important part of your overall health routine. Some people wait until they experience symptoms to see an optometrist but shouldn't because many eye problems are silent - meaning they have no symptoms.

‘In addition to changes in vision, eye exams can also detect a variety of diseases including glaucoma, diabetes, high blood pressure and, in rare cases, even life-threatening conditions like brain tumours. ‘If you are overdue an eye test, call or visit the store and a member of our team will be able to assist in booking an appointment.’

Updating your look

The Airdrie store offers an extensive range of designer specs including Aurora, Converse, Replay and Hackett – making the New Year a great time to refresh your look as well as checking your eye health is in top condition.

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