What Do You Think Of When You Hear The Word Dry

Water Life Science® Advocate Sharon Kleyne Probes Dryness. Sharon Kleyne Says Dryness Can Kill.

Sharon Kleyne wonders what you think of when you think of the word Dry. Do you think of the desert? Maybe you think of a blazing sun and hot sand at the beach. How about your mouth and throat after you’ve been in a sweat lodge for 30 minutes? Do you think of those first few moments right after you wake up in the morning, when your throat is parched? Perhaps Dry makes you think of being stuck in traffic on the freeway in the middle of a sweltering August day.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the syndicated radio program The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health radio program on Voice of America explains that the word DRY carries the negative connotation of dehydration due to evaporation. “Deserts are dry,” says Kleyne. “Lifeless planets are dry, and when our beautiful blue earth suffers excessive evaporation, all life on the planet is threatened.” Kleyne regularly educates people around the world that the earth’s water vapor provides the water we need to breathe in our air. Some of that water vapor also becomes ground water, which is susceptible to excessive evaporation due to pollution and climate change. These factors can also negatively impact the body’s water vapor.

When human bodies dehydrate due to excessive evaporation, they can suffer numerous diseases and illnesses including melanoma and other cancers, diabetes, allergies and maladies of the eye, such as dry eye disease. Kleyne points out that dry eye disease is a 2.1 billion dollar global industry and that billions of people worldwide suffer from it. Dry eye disease occurs when the eye’s tear film, which is 99% water, over-evaporates. When this happens, and even before, Kleyne points out, the eyes should be supplemented with replenishing moisture. Otherwise, dry eye disease can and often does lead to more serious conditions, including blindness.

The eyes are not alone in this assault of Dry. Kleyne is always pointing out that people the world over suffer from more dry skin diseases and ailments than ever before. Like the eyes, Kleyne says, “the skin should be supplemented several times a day with replenishing moisture.”

Kleyne, the founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, urges everybody to use her company’s signature products, the only such products on earth that consist of Trade Secret tissue culture grade water and are applied to eyes and skin not as drops, but as a patented fine micron size mist from a handheld, portable personal humidifier.

Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is the only pure water product to treat over-evaporation of the tear film covering the eye and dry eye disease.”Eye drops and saline solutions are only temporary fixes. They can blur eyesight and increase irritation over the long run,” says Kleyne. Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water® is available for supplementing body vapor loss of the skin (70% to 76% water). In addition, Bio-Med Wash® is the first portable, non-saline, nonchemical, emergency eye, burn and wound wash product test-marketed and released worldwide. The Trade Secret tissue culture grade water that neither burns nor blurs is not administered as droplets. Instead, like the company’s other products, Bio-Med Wash® treats a wound with a painless emission from a personal, portable hand-held humidifier that is easy and even fun to use.

In closing, Kleyne reiterates: “We’re not chunks of DRY ice,” she says. “We’re not waterless stick figures made of wood or stone. We are fluid. There is nothing about our natural condition that is DRY. In fact,” Kleyne concludes, “DRY is our sworn enemy.”

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