Water Life Science® Advocate Sharon Kleyne Issues Blepharitis Warning. New Water Technology Researcher Sharon Kleyne Describes Blepharitis.
Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on Voice of America, wants to call your attention to a condition, blepharitis, that can be intimately associated with dry eye disease and is often common in dry eye subjects. Kleyne points out that the majority of people with blepharitis also suffer from dry eye symptoms. “If this is the case,” Kleyne says, “it is imperative to identify the type of blepharitis that is present and the impact it is having on the dry eye condition.”
According to Sharon Kleyne, there are at least 3 types of blepharitis: 1) obstructive, 2) seborrheic and 3) bacterial.
Obstructive blepharitis has hyperkeratinization of the eyelid margin and the meibomian gland orifices with sequestration and thickening of the meibomian gland lipids. These are the lipids that protect the eye from evaporation,
Sufferers of seborrheic dermatitits have seborrheic blepharitis with increased lipid production. These individuals seem to have dry eye more frequently than the rest of the population.
“Tests and studies indicate,” says Sharon Kleyne, “that there is a consistent genetic component in thesetwo types of blepharitis, but the sequence has not yet been mapped to clear up the condition’s mystery.”
Bacterial blepharitis is an overgrowth on the eyelid margin. It creates inflammation and contributes to hyperkeratinization, causing gland obstruction.
Sharon Kleyne, whose water research and new water technology discoveries have earned her a global reputation as an expert on dry eye disease and supplementation of the body’s water vapor, knows better than anyone how much blepahritis can complicate a dry eye condition. Kleyne suggested additional steps for finding relief from dry eye symptoms. When the tear film lens of the eye dehydrates due to excessive water vapor evaporation, and you feel the onslaught of redness, swelling, blurred vision, itchiness and headaches, Kleyne suggests that you try the only effective water-only supplement for dry eye disease on the market, a product that was created by the water-only research center Kleyne founded, Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®. Kleyne discovered a new water technology that replenishes the compromised tear film of the eye with pure water and no chemicals or additives. ”Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® for dry, dehydrated eyes,” said Kleyne, “is still the only Trade Secret tissue culture grade water in the world to supplement over-evaporation of the eye’s tear film and checkmate dry eye disease on the planet.”
Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is applied to the eyes by a personal hand-held humidifying device emitting a pure, pH balanced, one-hundred-percent water micron mist for dry eyes. The product is endorsed by more than 22,000 ophthalmologists and optometrists nationwide and was successfully test-marketed in more than 70,000 outlets, and it has been shown to relieve the additional compromising symptoms of the three types of blepharitis.
Whether you suffer from blepharitis or not, your eye lens needs to be supplemented several times a day. Many people use saline solution eye drops, but administering these drops can be, and frequently is, uncomfortable. Saline solution eye drops can sting, and they can blur your vision. That’s not what you need behind the wheel or dealing with lots of strangers. In addition, saline solution eye drops do not supplement, or replace, water that has been lost from the tear film due to evaporation. Saline eye drops actually trap water. They do nothing to replenish water, and without replenished water, the dry eye condition persists and eventually gets worse. Sharon Kleyne points out the reasons for dry eye disease’s millions of global sufferers. “The tear film of our eyes,” Kleyne says, “is 99% water, and that lens must cope with dirt, dust, the polluted atmosphere, wind, anxiety, heat and cold, among many other factors.”
Sharon Kleyne urges everyone to see their ophthalmologists to be tested for blepharitis, then follow an appropriate healing process.