Sharon Kleyne & Mary Wingo Discuss Body Water Evaporation. Wingo Shares 5 Major Causes of Modern Toxic Stress.
Dr. Mary Wingo (www.marywingo.com), author of The Impact of the Human Stress Response and a U.S. scientist and businesswoman living in Ecuador, has been studying the impact of stress on living organisms since her teens and she wants you to know about the five major causes of toxic modern stress. These five major causes include Complexity (having too much on one’s plate, overstimulation that releases excessive amounts of cortisone and adrenalin), Loss of Equality in Society (causes early mortality, especially in men), Loss of Social Capital (less communicating, fewer shared meals and events), Breakdown of Physiology (inflammation of organs and skin) and Chemical Contaminants.
Sharon Kleyne, international evaporation expert and founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, agrees with Wingo’s list and adds that all can be triggered (and frequently are) by the compromised nature of earth’s water vapor, which is under attack from excessive evaporation and pollution. “The moment we exit the mother’s watery womb,” Kleyne adds, “we begin a process of evaporation unto death. To live a healthy life, we must supplement our eyes, skin and organs with fresh, pure water and we must do so several times a day.”
A business consultant and life coach, Wingo agrees and adds that people are dying from stress-related causes at an alarming rate around the world. “People need to understand what stress really is,” she said, “and how to cope with it.” Both researchers and teachers call for more education about stress and water evaporation, especially at the grade school and high school levels. “Stress,” says Wingo, “is the rate of adjustment it takes for an organism (including its organs and cells) to adapt to a particular environment.”
“We must all learn to manage stress better,” Kleyne agrees. “People must act more responsibly about their health. They can learn to relax while drinking lots of water, eating and sleeping properly, and breathing. Don’t forget to breathe—in through the nose, out through the mouth to detoxify the body. Water is our whole life,” says Kleyne. “It’s the primary building block of life.”
With enough water, it is possible to drown out most stress.
If you would like to listen to a radio interview with Dr, Mary Wingo on the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica, please click here: http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/93374/the-sharon-kleyne-hour-with-guest-dr-mary-wingo
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