Computers Damage Health & Trigger Dry Eye Disease

4 May

Adetutu Ijose & Sharon Kleyne Want To See More Computer Health Education. Computer Users Need Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.

Adetutu Ijose,,, an international health and nutrition consultant for computer users with SOG Consultants Corp and author of several books such as The Health Effects of Computer Use on Women, Teenage and Adult Texting Addictions, Eyes, Vision and Computer Use and The Health Effects of Video Games (all published by and available from Join theirs Publishing) recently shared her painful computer story as a guest on the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on VoiceAmerica sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®. Ijose described how she worked long hours at her computer, drawn out shifts where she was wracked with deadline stress, failing concentration, mounting depression and especially blurred, painful eyesight and dry eyes. “The computer energy was speeding up the evaporation of my body’s water vapor and drying my eyes out, too,” Ijose said. “It’s then I knew I had to start supplementing my eyes several times a day with Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®.” Ijose said. It worked, too. Rather than having to turn off her computer and I-Phone and walk away from them, she taught herself to take regular breaks and drink plenty of water because as her year films were evaporating, so was her skin.

Like Ijose, host Sharon Kleyne is well aware of the fact that not everyone can simply unplug. “Like it or not,” Kleyne said, “computers and the internet have become as necessary to daily life as transportation vehicles and the toothbrush,” yet she insisted that’s not all bad. The advantages of computer technology are well documented, but many users are still ignorant about the dangers and drawbacks—most related to health.

“When you sit at a computer,” Ijose said, “you are looking at light through water (that’s how we see light), but the computer energy is actually drying out the moisture around it; it is drawing out the user’s moisture, too. The more you evaporate because of your computer and other devices,” Ijose continued, “the more you will develop stress-related behavioral and mental issues.”

“And the closer you get to blindness, too,” said Kleyne, who pointed out that blindness now is out of control everywhere in the world. Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, pointed out the close connection between the eyes and the brain. “The computer definitely affects the eyes,” Kleyne said. “Over evaporation of the eye’s water vapor can create emotional anxiety in the brain,” Kleyne said, throwing off your equanimity.

Ijose added that “if you are using a computer, you must align your body with a holistic, natural way of life.” Anything that happens to us has a holistic solution in nature if we only look for it. Ijose described how her computer is next to a window, which lets in the natural light that stimulates her brain. “Water is always nearby,” Ijose said. “Also, I blink a lot and take breaks for walks on which my head clears. Often, on walks, I come up with solutions to problems that were stumping me at my desk. Finally, I eat a healthy diet—organic spinach, carrots, kale, beets, collard greens, cage-free eggs and chicken and grass-fed beef and milk.”

Sharon Kleyne praised the responsibility Ijose takes for her own health and the specific process she follows every day. “We must all become proactive in our exercise and dietary choices,” Kleyne said, “and we must learn a lot more about the body’s water vapor and how it is affected by daily evaporation.”
Kleyne would also prefer to see major computer companies and businesses with a lot of computer workers offer health education to those employees.


If you would like to share your personal story about health issues triggered or made use by some device, we would love to hear it. Please send it along. Let’s start a healthy dialogue!

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