The Power of Water® & Water Life Science® Saved Cave Boys from Death. Sharon Kleyne Says Cave Boys & Coach Lucky They Drank Water.
Already the world has largely moved on from the drama that enthralled it for more than a week. The Thai cave boys and their resourceful coach have been rescued and with minimal loss of life (one heroic rescue diver perished), but though other stories grab our attention, the miracle of the boys’ cave rescue lingers in the minds and hearts of billions worldwide.
Sharon Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica and World Talk Radio, closely monitored the cave drama and prayed for the deliverance of the boys and their coach. She was also the only one who noticed something of the utmost importance. Like everyone else, she wondered how the prisoners were coping. She saw that they meditated, which was an excellent way to breathe properly and use up less precious oxygen. But she noticed something else, too. The trapped coach made sure that the boys stayed hydrated. “The power of water® saved their lives,” said Kleyne.
As the first person to study body water evaporation and evaporation of the earth’s atmosphere, which she began to do more than twenty years ago, Kleyne knew that the entrapped victims were dead if they became dehydrated. Kleyne has taught for years that evaporation of the hman body begins at birth and continues until death. To live a long, healthy life, one needs to supplement the natural body water vapor by drinking on average 8 to 10 glasses of fresh water a day. A failure to do so leads to dehydration as a result of over-evaporation. Under normal circumstances, dehydration will lead to a host of diseases and illnesses, including death. Under unusual circumstances such as those that confronted the Thai boys and coach trapped in a cave, guarding against dehydration became an immediate life-saving necessity.
The near-tragedy of the Thai cave boys and their coach is an excellent opportunity to pause and think about the Power of Water® and its role in human life. “We need to better educate everyone on the planet about the live-giving benefits of water.” She said. Kleyne reminded everyone that after years of fighting ebola in Africa, researchers finally discovered that drinking a gallon of water a day controlled the disease. Kleyne also recalled a fighter pilot who kept extra water in his cockpit rather than a gun. Why? He knew that if he were forced down somewhere, water and not the gun could save his life.
The Thai rescue efforts were greatly slowed down and compromised by the conditions. “It took 40 minutes just to walk into the cave,” said Kleyne. “Reaching chamber 3 required four or five hours and three dives, at least, deeper than 30 feet. Oxygen tanks and drinking water ferried through the tunnels to the victims kept them alive long enough to be rescued.”
Kleyne added that it might be strange to think of water saving lives when people are trapped by water, but excessive evaporation of body water vapor, which begins at birth and continues until death, occurs any time that the body’s water vapor over-evaporates. Even in a cave, trapped by water, over-evaporation is always a serious issue. “It was the Power of Water® that saved them in the end,” said Kleyne. “There is no doubt about it. Water is the best friend anyone ever has.”