Chronic Dry Eye Disease Dangerous For Skiers Says Water Life Science® Creator Sharon Kleyne

Water Research Advocate Sharon Kleyne Recommends Dry Eye Solution for Chronic Dry Eye Disease. Skiers Battle Chronic Dry Eye Disease with Help of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® & Sharon Kleyne.

Chronic dry eye disease is still a major international eye health problem even though the stressful holiday season has come to an end, suggests Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®. “One dry eye area of great concern,” says Kleyne, “is among people engaging in winter recreation activities. Skiers are especially vulnerable to chronic dry eye disease and its dangers.”

Recent research and studies indicate that chronic dry eye disease will once again be a leader among eye health problems in 2018. Skiers all over the world know that equipment is important, but so is relief from chronic dry eye disease symptoms. Chronic dry eye disease attacks every skier on every recreational slope in the world, it seems. Good polarized goggles, Kleyne says, help, but they can’t eliminate the problem. On ski slopes and especially in ski lodges, Kleyne points out, the air is frequently very dry. Outside, wind and sun glare torture eyes, encouraging them to dehydrate due to excessive evaporation. When the eye’s tear film, which is naturally 99 percent water, dries out due to evaporation, chronic dry eye disease moves in.

Chronic dry eye disease symptoms are difficult to live with. Chronic dry eye disease symptoms include swelling, redness, blurred vision, itching, pain, headache and anxiety. For skiers, these chronic dry eye disease symptoms can lead to wipe-outs—crashes that can also lead to broken bones, abrasions and even death. Kleyne has always believed that skiers with chronic dry eye disease need to pack on the slopes a dry eye solution® like no other product on the planet.

That is why Kleyne created Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® for dry, dehydrated eyes and chronic dry eye disease. “Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is the only Trade Secret tissue culture grade water dry eye solution® for over-evaporation and chronic dry eye disease,” says Kleyne. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is applied to the eyes by a personal hand-held humidifying device emitting a pure, pH balanced, 100% pure water patented micron-size mist for chronic dry eye disease. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is endorsed by more than 22,000 ophthalmologists and optometrists nationwide and was successfully test-marketed in more than 70,000 outlets.

Kleyne, also the host of 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, believes that skiers and participants in other winter recreation activities must replenish and supplement the lost moisture of their eyes to avoid the ongoing affliction of chronic dry eye disease.

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Eyes can be misted with Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® as many times a day as one feels the need to do so. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® neither burns the eyes nor blurs vision. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® can be ordered today at, or


Before you read this article, what did you do about dry eye relief? Did you have a go-to product for a dry eye solution®? Do you suffer from dry eye disease today? What do you think of new water research and new technology? Have you ever tried Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® or known someone who has done so? What’s the verdict?

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Dr. Robert Latkany, author of The Dry Eye Remedy

Guest: Robert Latkany, MD (New York, NY), Ophthalmologist and author, The Dry Eye Remedy (Hatherleigh Press 2007)

I was pleased to have dry eye pioneer Dr. Robert Latkany as a guest on the Sharon Kleyne Hour – Power of Water. Dr. Latkany is reportedly the only ophthalmologist specializing in dry eye disease and tear film hydration. He is author of the best selling book, The Dry Eye Remedy.

I became aware of Dr. Latkany after reading an article about his book and his New York City medical practice in the Wall Street Journal (“A Closer Look at Dry Eye” by Rhonda Rundle, May 1, 2007). Nature’s Tears EyeMist, an all-natural hand-held moisturizing mist for dry eye hydration, was mentioned. So naturally, I called him and we became allies in this important cause.

Dr. Latkany and I agree on the worldwide need for dry eye treatment alternatives, prevention and education. There is also an urgent need to address the plight of the thousands who go blind every day from dry eye disease, dry air and inadequate water and sanitation.

According to Dr. Latkany, dry eye disease and tear film dehydration are the #1 reason for US eye doctor (ophthalmologist) visits. The condition can become extremely serious, especially as we grow older. Since most people with dry eye disease don’t experience severe symptoms, it often goes undiagnosed. Primary symptoms of chronic dry eye include briefly blurred vision, fatigue, increased allergic sensitivity, burning eyes, red eye and frequent headaches.

Untreated chronic dry eye disease, according to Dr. Latkany, could result in loss of eyesight. Dry eye disease and tear film dehydration can cause cracking and scarring of the cornea, leading to infection and other eye diseases. Allergies can contribute to dry eye symptoms but so can the antihistamines commonly found in eye drops.

I asked Dr. Latkany about dry eye and computers, just as I asked Dr. Marguerite McDonald and Dr. Philip Paden. He said that people who spend all day at the computer often blink far less frequently. As a result, more tear film water (moisture) evaporates and the “blink muscles” weaken.

I discussed my own research with Dr. Latkany, previously shared on the Sharon Kleyne Hour. Many dry air factors cause dry eye, red eye, burning eyes and tear film dehydration. Dry air indoors is a major cause of dry eye, especially dry air from forced-air heating and cooling, and man made household chemicals can cause dry eye. I suggest all-natural alternatives such as a mist humidifier or air purifier, or simply setting out bowls of water or opening a window (unless the air outside is extremely dry or polluted).

I observed that people take daily care of their teeth, hair and skin and wondered why they take eye hydration for granted. Dr. Latkany believes the name “dry eye” just doesn’t sound like a disease. As for treatment alternatives, Dr. Latkany advises all-natural alternatives over dye drops, such as drinking lots of water, exercising regularly, taking care of your health and hydration and above all, educating yourself about dry eye and eye care treatment alternatives. We also discussed the importance of Nature’s Tears EyeMist and eye misting and moisturizing in general for dry eye, red eye and burning eyes, as reported in the Wall Street Journal article.