Dry Eye Educator Sharon Kleyne Interviews Dr. Kevin Chen In China About Addiction & Evaporation

Share Article

Water Evaporation & Dry Eye Educator Kleyne & Dr. Chen from China Discuss Wellness Techniques from China. Dry Eye Educator Kleyne Asks Dr. Chen from China for Tips in Fighting Addiction.

Dry eye researcher and water educator Sharon Kleyne founded Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® decades ago to study body water loss (evaporation) and health. Early on, Kleyne realized that dry eye and water education wasn’t taken seriously. “We have to learn how we’re evaporating,” says Kleyne. “The doctor is not God! Health is the individual’s responsibility.” That’s why dry eye expert Kleyne discovered and markets Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, the only dry eye solution® on the planet that consists of 100 percent Trade Secret tissue culture grade water.

Kleyne, also the 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 produced by Rose Hong, founder and director of Global Dragon TV in Washington, D.C., wants her program to be a venue where listeners are educated about the latest research and benefit their health in an active, on air laboratory. Recently, Kleyne welcomed Dr. Kevin Chen, calling in from China, to discuss proactive health care, water education, dry eye, evaporation, Qigong and addiction.

Dr. Chen, Associate Professor at the University School of Medicine and president of the World Institute for Self-Healing, Inc., takes listeners on an educational hike, 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.”

Water evaporation and dry eye expert Kleyne agrees, noting that too many babies born in the U.S. don’t drink enough water. “People are too emotional,” says Kleyne, “and I believe that begins with babies being fed glucose, formula and breast milk instead of more water. I don’t call addiction a disease,” Kleyne says, whose research in dry eye has earned the respect of scientists, researchers, physicians and educators around the world. “I think there is something else behind it. For example,” she continues, “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. Medical schools should also be teaching traditional Chinese medicine and Qigong practices.”

Kleyne asks Chen, who is joining her from China, about traditional Chinese medicine, and Chen responds by saying that he uses Qigong in practice to nurture a patient’s life. “Body, Mind, Spirit is a Wellness practice in China,” says Chen, who is also calling in from China. The associate editor-in-chief of the English version textbook, Chinese Medical Qigong (2010) Chen from China also points out that with addiction, as with dry eye, 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.”

For better health, for relief from dry eye and body water evaporation, we must have improved education and synchronize with the earth, Chen in China and Kleyne agree.

If you would like to listen to the 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, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/109696/integrate-mind-body-for-self-healing

Date aired: October 1, 2018

Guest: Dr. Kevin Chen, joining the program from China
kchen@som.umaryland.edu

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Sharon Kleyne

+1 5414740950
Email >