Archive | November, 2009

What is The EYE?

19 Nov

Your Eyes:
Nature’s Universal Lens

What is the EYE?!

I know what you’re doing right now!
You’re staring at your computer screen (aren’t you?).
And your eyesight is BLURRY!

The Internet
To Adventure Earth’s Information Highway Revolution!

 

What You Don’t Know about Your Eyes!

Did you know? When you look at a computer screen, your brain does not recognize it as a bright light? As a result, excessive computer use could devastate your eyesight, causing eye discomfort, blurred vision, fatigue, headache, chronic dry eye, computer vision syndrome, poor eye health, glaucoma, stress, depression, etc.

Did you know? Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua Research, has been researching and interviewing in the medical field for over a decade, to learn more about the global vision crisis She has developed critical new information about the connection between eyes, computers and the brain.

Sharon is adamant that computers can be safe … If the user is educated!

Come, let us reason together. We know you use computers and we know you are experiencing symptoms. By visiting this blog often and writing to us, we can learn together and help others to understand “what is the eye?” And by applying what you learn, you can use your computer safely and without worry or discomfort!

Sharon Kleyne has a unique ability to discover new information and make it easily understood and easily applied. She has at her (and your) disposal the full resources of the Bio-Logic Aqua Research Center that she founded, and the resources of the Sharon Kleyne Hour radio talk show, where she has interviewed many of the world’s leading health care and eye health
researchers.

What REALLY happens when you stare at a computer?

“Redness and squinting are often misinterpreted by others and can affect your interpersonal and professional life.”

Marguerite McDonald, MD
Sharon Kleyne Hour

“Your eyes are the only exposed body part not protected by skin. They are VERY vulnerable.”

Robert Latkany, MD
Sharon Kleyne Hour

“Vision is a learned behavior, like walking, that needs to be nurtured.”

Scott Jens, DO (InfantSee)
Sharon Kleyne Hour



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