Sharon Kleyne Says Eye Strain & Winter Dry Eye Causes Stress

Water advocate Kleyne Says Drinking Water & Resting Eyes Works

Sharon Kleyne, host of The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health radio program teaches people that eye strain and dry eye disease symptoms causes stress and anxiety, and can lead to even more serious vision problems. For example, according to Kleyne, too much stress can cause the tear film in the eyes to lose water via evaporation and become dehydrated.

Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, says that the situation has never been so bad because of so many people spending hours and hours a day watching television, playing video games and working on computers. “You literally see people everywhere with red, swollen and bleary eyes,” says Kleyne. “You can see the stress and anxiety literally etched on their faces,” Kleyne says, “and that can’t be good for anybody.”:

Sharon Kleyne and her research center specializing in evaporation of body water and earth’s water vapor, developed and patented its signature product, Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®. Consisting of Trade Secret tissue culture grade fresh water with no additives and applied to the eyes as a fine mist from a hand-held, portable personal humidifier, the product painlessly and instantly soothes the eye and eye lens, which is naturally 99% water.

The eye/stress connection, according to Sharon Kleyne, has to do with the fact that the eyes are very close to the brain and the two are “hard-wired” together. Any trauma to the brain will affect the eyes and vice-versa. Many emotions affect the eyes, including sadness, joy, depression and stress. Kleyne’s research has discovered that prisoners and people who are emotionally unstable tend to have more vision problems than those who are naturally calm and collected.

Dry eye complaints tend to be worse in winter because the atmosphere cannot hold as much airborne water vapor at colder temperatures, which causes water in the eyes’ tear film to evaporate at a faster rate. Indoor air also tends to have lower water vapor content. The loss of tear film moisture to evaporation triggers numerous hormonal responses in the eyes, including an inflammatory reaction and a threat alert.

To avoid these stress and irritation issues, Sharon Kleyne suggests limiting television viewing to no more than two hours a day. Kleyne also suggests cutting back on computer work and working in conditions that offer good lighting. Taking care of yourself emotionally, Kleyne emphasizes, is always good advice for staying healthy and is at least as important as taking care of yourself physically and nutritionally.

To avoid dry eyes, eye strain and associated stress, Kleyne also recommends drinking at least eight to ten full glasses of water each day, in addition to all other fluid intake: And if you begin to feel stressed, or your eyes feel uncomfortable, a soothing, all-natural, pH balanced fresh water mist such as Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® will quickly supplement the tear film’s water content, alleviate tear film dehydration and dry eye complaints. It will also relieve one major cause of stress in our highly visual world.

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