New Book on – Water, Dehydration and Computer Use

Read the new book by Adetutu Ijose titled Water, Dehydration and Computer Use: Learn How to Protect Yourself.



In this new book Ms. Ijose draws attention to yet another aspect of human health not normally associated with computer use but which unbeknown to users is actually inherent in computer use.

That is because light can only pass into humans via water. Secondly, light dries up water and though our brains via our hearts do not recognize the computer light as true light because it is lifeless, but treats it like a virus in a computer system, the water drying function of light inherent in all forms of light in the earth’s atmosphere is true of computer light.

Consequently, the issue of  dehydration is serious for all computer users. That is why we are constantly feeling thirsty when in front of the computer. Many try to solve the thirst problem the wrong way by taking sodas and other fluids. The only good solution to computer use induced thirst is water.

This issue is why computer users have dry eyes problems that do not resolve with eye drops. The dry eyes are the result of the dehydration of the skin, muscles and possibly nerve receptors around the eyes where the tear ducts are. Read more about this and possible nerve infection from the book.

The book provides practical solutions to this and other issues identified as being caused by computer use induced dehydration. This is in addition to explaining why and how the dehydration happens as well as the biochemical implications of such dehydration.

This book is available at in print and also in ebook format for kindle, nook, ipad, kobo, sony an most other ebook reader format

It is  available from  the Book Gallery at Ms. Ijose’s website

Contact Ms. Ijose at or

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