Dehydration Tips Shared By Sharon Kleyne

Kleyne Encourages More Education about Dehydration & Excess Evaporation. Sharon Kleyne Says Dehydration Contributes to Multiple Diseases.

In the 21st Century, we live in a world with rapidly expanding populations, near-disastrous erosion of soil, waste of groundwater, unforeseen epidemics, drought, and increasing pollution. Nearly a third of the planet’s population must make do with chronic water shortages. Sharon Kleyne, internationally respected water researcher and educator, knows that the specter hanging over everyone in these conditions is dehydration. Kleyne knows that dehydration, the loss of body water vapor due to excessive evaporation may lead to the deaths of increasing millions if something is not done about it. Kleyne also believes that dehydration is becoming increasingly pervasive.

From the moment of birth, according to Kleyne, when the baby leaves the security of the water filled amniotic sac and enters into the air, the body begins to dehydrate and life become a struggle to replace lost water and slow the rate of loss. Water keeps every living organism on Earth alive and the ultimate dehydration is death. A comprehensive understanding of the importance of water and hydration, and putting this understanding into practice, say Kleyne, can prolong life and improve health.

Kleyne believes that chronic dehydration decreases resistance to many diseases, including flu. Other diseases related to dehydration, Kleyne says, include melanoma, cholera, diarrhea, dry skin, dry eyes, glaucoma, adult acne, corneal ulcers, chronic fatigue, depression and blindness, among others. Dehydration is a symptom of nearly all diseases involving fever. Disturbingly, many medications used to treat disease are themselves dehydrating.

The easiest way to avoid dehydration is to drink sufficient water. Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Resarch Water Life Science®, recommends at least eight-to-ten 8-ounce glasses per day, in addition to all other fluids, beginning with two immediately upon rising. Certain foods, mainly meats, tend to be dehydrating while high water content foods such as melon, apples and celery, are more beneficial. Sunscreen, clothing, indoor room humidifiers and indoor plants are all helpful in raising humidity and minimizing sun and wind exposure.

Under certain conditions, according to Kleyne, the body is capable of absorbing a significant amount of water directly from the air. The ideal conditions are moderate temperatures and humidity. High humidity is dehydrating because the body depends on the surface evaporation of water, through perspiration, to cool itself. When humidity is high, evaporation slows and the body compensates with increased perspiration. When pollution is high or humidity is low, or if signs of dry skin or eyes are present, Kleyne recommends the use of a 100% pure, Trade Secret tissue culture grade water to create an envelope of clean humid air around the body and eyes. That is the purpose of the Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science’s® Natures Tears® EyeMist® and Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water®. These products contain no chemicals or additives and have no competitors in the global marketplace. Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water® replenishes your skin’s body water vapor; Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® supplements and replenishes your eyes’ tear film, which is naturally 99 percent water. Both products are delivered to the skin or eyes as a patented micron-size mist from a personal, portable hand-held humidifier.


Are you concerned about dehydration? Were you aware of this new water technology? Have you ever tried Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® or known someone who has done so? What’s the verdict?

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