Pandemic Hygiene Education Gets Children Back to School Says Talk Radio Host Sharon Kleyne. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® Trade Secret pH-Balanced Water Sponsors Power of Water® Water Life Science® Sharon Kleyne VoiceAmerica.
The pandemic continues to rage across the U.S., yet Sharon Kleyne, host of the globally syndicated The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, FDA approved naturally pH balanced water technology for acid mantle protection, on VoiceAmerica World Talk Radio & Apple iTunes, a program that welcomes international scholars, researchers, physicians and teachers, is on a mission to get kids safely back to school.
“We must reopen the schools!” says Global Health Olympics™ lifestyle founder Kleyne. “Children are overeating stuck at home. They’re depressed and anxious. They miss playing with their friends and interacting in person with teachers and other people. Kids need to get back to being outdoors playing at recess, playing sports, while older kids need to be practicing their social skills in various school activities such as student council, music, sports, debate, pep clubs, student committees, dances and assemblies with exciting, well known and inspiring guest speakers. None of this can be duplicated at home.
“Because they are stuck at home,” Kleyne continues, “parents must deal with added stress, and incidents of alcoholism, drug use and physical abuse have skyrocketed. Getting kids back to school will free up many parents to get back to work so they can put food on their kitchen tables. But,” Kleyne reminds us, “we must prepare children by teaching them the proper hygiene habits they will have to follow from now on.”
These habits include washing the hands several times a day, learning to avoid touching the face (no eye scratching or nose picking!) and washing the face day and night with a washrag. It is important to teach kids that their complexions must be cleansed of harmful toxins.
Kleyne wants children to learn that they must wear their masks with pride because to do so protects others from possibly catching the virus, which is usually transmitted through the air we breathe. Wearing the mask is non-negotiable if we want to get on top of COVID-19. “Children must also learn how to clean their masks, or discard them regularly. Why? Because one’s spit accumulates in the mask and that spit can be contagious. Cloth masks must be washed with disinfectant. Kids must learn how to do this and why they’re doing it.
Kleyne also teaches children to drink lots of water every day. “Water is the source of life,” says internationally respected water and water evaporation researcher Kleyne. “Without water, there would be no life on this planet. The moment we are born,” Kleyne reveals, “we begin a process of evaporation that continues to the end of life. We need to teach children that they must drink at least 8-10 glasses of pure water every day to maintain their immunity strength protection.”
In this way, we’ll succeed in safely opening the schools and getting our children out of quarantine.
Interested in immunity strength protection for the organ of the eyes, listen to these programs. They feature wisdom, knowledge, new technology and health tips for better living every week on the internationally syndicated The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, naturally pH balanced water technology for acid mantle protection on VoiceAmerica World Talk Radio & Apple iTunes with Program Director Rose Hong of Global Dragon TV with Sharon Kleyne.
LISTEN to the internationally syndicated The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, FDA approved, naturally pH balanced water technology for acid mantle protection, on VoiceAmerica World Talk Radio & Apple iTunes. This program features UCLA’s Dr. David T. W. Wong, DMD, DMSC
Follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/126500/encore-saliva-diagnostics
Some recent Sharon Kleyne talk radio programs feature:
Dr. David T.W. Wong, DMD, DMSC https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/125933/saliva-diagnostics
Nancy Yonally Coleman & James Derick https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/125837/be-safe-strategies-for-you-and-your-families-to-go-back-to-school-and-work-safely-during-covid
If you would like to watch a brief, entertaining educational film that demonstrates the application of the new Dry Eye Solution® technology Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, sponsor of Sharon Kleyne’s talk radio program, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0gOr8TB45U
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February 17, 2016: A Transformational Approach to Teaching
âI remember that before I met Ariel and Shya, I saw teaching as something hard and not fun. Little did I know that listening would make all the difference.â â Susan Finch, voice and speech coach, NYUâs Atlantic Theater Acting School and The Juilliard School
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Susan Finch – Susan Finch has been teaching Voice and Speech for over twenty-five years. She is an alumna of the Juilliard School, where she currently coaches in their Drama Division and is on the faculty of NYUâs The Atlantic Theater School and Actors Connection. She co-leads Speak Up with Ariel Kane, a fun series of classes where participants discover how to express themselves with clarity and confidence in any situation. An award-winning voice and speech coach and professional actress, Susan coaches theatrical productions, actors, and corporate clients which includes Fortune 500 companies. For more information on Susan’s work please visit susanefinch.com
Michael Hanko – New York City voice teacher Michael Hanko founded his program FreeBody FreeVoice in 2003 to help singers and others discover a new level of skill and wellness. His holistic approach, designed to allow students to experience a magical unleashing of their full potential, includes vocal instruction, Alexander Technique, and bodywork. Michael teaches private lessons in his studio in Chelsea and group classes at various venues. He also performs regularly, most recently in his original one-man show Platoon Lieder. For more information on Michael’s work please visit freebodyfreevoice.com
Isnât it funny how the people we surround ourselves with can affect how we feel, how we act, how we see ourselves and the world around us? Â I believe we are often a product of our environment and itâs inevitable that the people we keep closest to us will influence us to a degree. Â So, donât you agree that itâs crucial to choose the people in our lives very carefully? Â I know that we often donât have a choice about who is in our lives. We usually donât get to pick our teachers, we donât have control over who will be in our class and if you work, you might have to work with someone you donât like. Â And sometimes, the most negative, or what I like to call toxic, people in our lives just might be the very people we live with. Â It can be difficult to stay positive and lifted up when someone is impacting you so negatively. Â
Eleanor Roosevelt has a quote that I have really taken to heart. Â She once said, âNo one can make you feel inferior without your consent.â Â And sheâs so right! Â You canât control what someone is going to say to you, but you sure can control how youâre going to receive it. So, let me repeat that again: âNo one can make you feel inferior without your consent.â Â No one.
Iâve had my share of negative people and, unfortunately, some have been my family. Â It used to affect me, but as I have been moving forward, and growing and getting stronger mentally, Iâve learned that if you let this take hold of you it hinders you from branching out and reaching your goals.
When I first started my t-shirt company, my parents and brothers supported me 100%, all the way, and they still do. The majority of my friends were also supportive, but there were some people who I thought were my friends who had negative comments and tried to make themselves feel or look better by saying hurtful things about me. Â Â I had to realize that there are always going to be people like that in life. The key is learning how to deal with it. If someone were to bring you down, itâs usually because they want what they canât have. Jealousy is a negative energy sucker and is not healthy. Â Itâs not healthy for the person who feels jealous and itâs not healthy for the people who are affected by it. Â The absolute best way to deal with it is to ALWAYS know your self-worth! Â Surround yourself with people who find you valuable and worthy so when you feel a bit defeated and forget your own value, theyâre there to remind you. Â When you know your value, you can achieve much. Keep family and true friend around you to combat toxic people.
Itâs not easy dealing with jealous or toxic people. Â People who are angry with you because of success or good grades or making better choices, often they are feeling that way because they donât feel valuable themselves. Â A way to help yourself not react to them in an equally negative way is to try and see them as who they are: Real people with real problems and real feelings. Â They are worthy of love and affection but they donât believe it for themselves or have had such a negative, bad experience in their lives that they become hardened and lash out. Â A way to reach them just might be to restrain yourself from lashing back and showing them care and concern. Â BUT at the same time, you want to be careful that youâre not trying so hard that you hang out with them so much that you lose sight of yourself and your goals. Â You donât want to change into their patterns. Â I remember once my mom giving us a lesson on toxic people. Â She said that itâs very easy for good kids to fall in with the wrong crowd. Â She had us stand up on a chair, one at a time. Â When I was up on the chair, she said, âTry and pull me upâ I grabbed her hand and yanked up with all of my might and nothing happened,â She said, âNow, try and stay on your chairâ and then she tugged on my arm and I was pulled off the chair. Â She said, âSee how hard it was to pull me up but how easy it was for me to pull you down? Â Thatâs how it is in life. Â Choose your friends wisely. Â Itâs very difficult to pull a toxic person up out of their toxic lifestyle, but it is VERY easy for a toxic person to suck you in through gossip, bad choices, peer pressure and pull you down to their level. Â Choose wisely.â Â I will never forget that analogy.
So yes, there will always be people in your walk of life who will be toxic and try and bring you down, but you have a choice to surround yourself with positive, goal oriented people who want to see you lifted up. Â You make the choice to positively impact those around you as well. Â Remember the quote I mentioned earlier about no one being able to make you feel inferior (or lousy) without your consent? Â I have another great quote from the same great former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt: Â âGreat minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.â Â Choose the mind that YOU want to have and then choose the people you want to positively impact your life. Read the official article at Be The Star You Are.Â
When it comes to thinking about college it is pressure cooker stress time! Whether youâre a high school senior getting ready to fill out those college apps, or whether youâve still got some time on your hands, our hosts, Asya Gonzalez and Henna Hundal, along with our savvy reporters, Caiseen Kelley, Nicole Eubanks, and Caie Kelley guide you smoothly through the challenges. Techie Caiseen helps you navigate the juggling act with apps for your phone and computer. Health Beat reporter, Nicole, tackles stress and eases your frustrations with the information that there is something for everyone, so just chill. Veteran of the application madness, Caie Kelley, is on her way to Harvard this fall. She provides inside tips on how to just be your best self, write great essays, choose an appropriate school that fits who you are, consider the location, weather, courses taught, and, in the end, know that everything is going to turn out all right. Henna spent six weeks at the University of California at Davis this past summer living in the dorm while taking college classes so she feels prepared to leave the nest, although wonders if her parents are ready for the change. Asyaâs dream college would be Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise in Los Angeles, but she lives in Colorado and wonders if she can juggle her company, Stinky Feet Gurlz, from California. Lots of food for thought with a talented group of young ladies on the verge of the next chapter in their young lives. Think College-Wise! And congratulations to everyone involved with Be the Star You Are!Â® 501 c3 charity. Today, September 9th, is our 15th Anniversary.
Being young doesnât exempt you from stress. Between rigorous academics, extracurricular exercises, homework, family, friends, and other activities, teens are not living life on easy street. Co-hosts Youngjoo Ahn and Alex Lee lead a discussion about how young people can find relief from everyday school pressures. Hear about stress in the life of celebrities with our Whatâs Poppin’ reporter, Caie Kelley, about the stress technology causes with our Techie Talks reporter, Caiseen Kelley, and the statistics about the deterrent to our health induced by stress when we talk with Henna Hundal, our Health contributor. The teens offer tips to manage the tough times and reduce social anxiety with stress from school and life. No matter who you are or how much money you have, stress knows no boundaries but with mindfulness, it can be controlled. Relax, Sit Back, Breathe
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