Addiction Statistics Staggering In U.S. Kleyne & Chen In China Agree

Dr. Kevin Chen from China Shares Qigong & Wellness Techniques from China. Dry Eye & Evaporation Teacher Kleyne Takes Educational Aim at U.S. Addictions.

There are 230 million people suffering from drug addiction worldwide. According to the latest drug census in 2015, one in ten Americans has a drug abuse problem. 15.4 million Americans abuse alcohol. Prescription drug abusers equal 2.4 million people. There are 4 million marijuana smokers (though marijuana is not considered to be addictive, abstaining from it can be difficult for some). “You can bet,” says water educator Sharon Kleyne, “that those numbers have gone up, not down, in the last 3 years.

But there is still more bad addiction news. Only 2.9 percent of Japan’s population used illegal drugs in the preceding year. In the U.S., the number was 9.4 percent. In Portugal, the first country to decriminalize all drugs, only 8 percent of the population resorted to illicit drug use in 2015. 15 million Americans gamble every week, and 10 million are considered addicted to gambling.

In this cheerful landscape, Dr. Kevin Chen of China, Associate Professor at the University School of Medicine and president of the World Institute for Self-Healing, Inc., guides patients and sufferers on an educational trek with the use of Qigong and other Traditional Chinese Medicine Wellness practices, telling them that the United States is the leading country in the world for addiction. “In the U.S. we have a drug-dependent culture,” says Chen from China, “which includes social phobias, anxiety and depression.”

Dry eye researcher and water educator 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 and program producer Rose Hong, has fought addiction for decades. Kleyne blames addiction largely on body water evaporation. “I have studied body water evaporation for more than 30 years,” says Kleyne, “and I have noticed that too many babies born in the U.S. don’t drink enough water. People are too emotional,” continues Kleyne, “and I believe that begins with babies being force-fed glucose, formula and breast milk instead of more water. I don’t call addiction a disease,” Kleyne adds, whose research into dry eye and evaporation has earned the respect of scientists, researchers, physicians and educators around the world. “There is something else behind addiction,” Kleyne postulates. “Many doctors I know say that nutrition training is lacking in many medical schools. Diet can change emotions, and so can learning proper breathing techniques. This is where Qigong practices can be so helpful.”

Kleyne is also the foremost dry eye expert dry eye expert. Kleyne discovered and markets Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, the number one dry eye solution® on the planet that consists of 100 percent Trade Secret tissue culture grade water. “One is healthier and performs better when the eyes are properly hydrated with 100 percent pure tissue culture grade water,” says Kleyne.

Chen, who teaches in the U.S. and China and lives in the U.S. and China, explains that he draws on the healing power of Qigong in practice to nurture a patient’s life. “Body, Mind, Spirit is a Wellness practice in China,” says Chen from China. The associate editor-in-chief of the English version textbook, Chinese Medical Qigong (2010) Chen in China also points out that with addiction one must understand the underlying need of the patient. “The patient has the power to change everything,” says Chen, “in China or anywhere else in the world. The body needs to be grounded. We need an earthening in our body to neutralize all the electricity.”

Educating ourselves in the power of water® and nature’s pharma® will slow down over-evaporation and runaway addiction, Kleyne and Chen in China agree.


A talk radio program featuring Dr. Kevin Chen in China and dry eye and water evaporation educator Sharon Kleyne discussing addiction, Qigong, evaporation, water education and proactive health education, can be heard here:


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