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Buteyko

What is Buteyko?

Buteyko is a breathing technique used specifically by people who suffer with Asthma and other Respiratory problems. The technique got its unique name from its inventor, a Ukraine doctor called Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko.
Buteyko has been proven to be affective and helped many people reduce other forms of medication.

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Articles Associated with Buteyko

Stress-free breath holding time predicts health of HIV/AIDS patients
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Exercise is joy only when body oxygenated at rest
Most modern people can testify that physical exercise is not a pleasant experience. Over 200 MDs, practicing the Buteyko self-oxygenation breathing method, and other health professionals performed many millions of simple body oxygenation tests (stress-free variation of the breath holding time test done after usual exhalation and without
How to exercise: the key (unknown) safety rule for people with poor health
We are all taught that physical exercise is good for us. It can sometimes produce numerous benefits and there is even anecdotal evidence that exercise saved lives of people with cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and many other conditions. On the other hand, it is also known that
Simple Breathwork to Unblock the Stuffy Nose
Thousands of Soviet and Russian patients with asthma and other conditions have used this simple breathing exercise to clear their stuffy nose. The technique was developed by Russian doctors practicing the Buteyko self-oxygenation breathing technique. Over 150 MDs explained this breath work practice to their patients. In most
Diabetes is possible only in over-breathers
The international medical norm for breathing is 6 l/min at rest. A group of Italian medical researchers from the University of Ancona reported in the Chest magazine that 28 patients with diabetes breathed from 10 to 20 l/min (Tantucci et al, 1997).A more recent 2003 study found that
Cancer likes mouth-breathers
The key cause of cancer, on a cellular level, is known to professional oncologists for more than 70 years. Dr. Otto Warburg got a Nobel Prize for this discovery. He wrote in his article "The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer" (1966), "Cancer, above all other diseases, has
Painless childbirth: reality for hundreds of Russian women
Most women can testify that childbirth is their most painful life experience in terms of physical pain. However, over 200 Russian MDs, practicing the Buteyko self-oxygenation breathing therapy, found that superior body oxygenation guarantees painless childbirth.The Buteyko breathing method is officially approved, by the Russian Ministry of Health,
Best Methods to Avoiding Common Flu and Cold Include Improved Oxygen Content In Body Cells
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Why Nose Breathing at Exercise Is Crucial for Cystic Fibrosis Treatment
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Cancer tumours grow during early morning hours
Hundreds of oncological studies proved that growth of malignant tumours primarily depends on tissue hypoxia, but oxygenation of the human body is easier to measure: after your usual exhalation, pinch the nose and hold the breath, but only until the first stress. This stress-free and easy test accurately
How and Why Coughing Destroys Health and Solutions
Thousands of patients with bronchial asthma learned how to be cough-free using one breathing technique. The Buteyko respiration technique is officially approved by the Ministry of Health in Russia for treatment of bronchial asthma. It has been practiced by over 150 medical doctors to help their patients with
Abnormal breathing pattern causes asthma and attacks
Here is a summary of five published studies related to breathing rates (or minute ventilation expressed in liters of air per one minute) in asthmatics at rest (when they do not experience problems with asthma).  *One row corresponds to one medical study/publicationCondition         Ventilation        Number of patients       ReferencesNorm              
Mouth Breathing Is the Key Cause of Exercise-Induced Asthma
All available medical data suggests that people with asthma are heavy breathers. They breathe about 2-3 times more air per minute than the medical norm. Let us review some of these studies. In 1968 New England Journal of Medicine published results of a large clinical study (McFadden, 1968)
The best breathing exercise to prevent insomnia
There is a simple breathing exercise for insomnia developed by Russian doctors practicing the Buteyko holistic self-oxygenation therapy. The exercise was used by many thousands of people in Russia and taught to them by over 200 doctors. The exercise helps to fall asleep much sooner. (I translated many
Why Chronic Diseases Worsen Quality of Sleep
Indeed, while it is well known to clinical physicians and nurses, modern official mainstream medicine cannot suggest the mechanism accountable for this phenomenon: sick people generally have worse quality of sleep.  Why do people with epilepsy, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, asthma, COPD and many other health conditions have
7 main (unknown) health-destructive life style factors
Appearance and development of chronic diseases and symptoms, including fatigue, poor quality of sleep, mucus production, blocked nose, loss of vitality, anxiety, and confusion, are based on lowered body oxygenation. Cancer and heart disease, the main killers of modern people, are primarily based on tissue hypoxia (low cellular
In super-health we require only 2 hours of perfect sleep
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How Cancers Leads to Poor Sleep (with Solutions)
Cancer patients suffer from insomnia and problems with sleep. This link is well documented in recent medical stuides (Berger et al, 2009; Hearson-Sawatzky, 2008; Lee, 2004; Roscoe et al, 2007; Sateia et al, 2008). Progression of cancer further impairs sleeping problems. Cancer sleep and cancer insomnia can become
Severe Cough Means Reduced Oxygen Content In Tissues
Clinical reflections of many hundred Russian medical doctors propose that reoccuring issues with cough occur only in individuals with lower oxygen content in cells and organs. Consider these important scientific findings in more detail. We can take first step with popular knowledge about the mechanism that creates severe