TheBreathingManWebsite: http://thebreathingm…I'm an ordinary person who, along with a growing number of people, has some extraordinary information about Breathing in Selfhelp Health Care (e.g. asthma, blocked nose and coughing). We believe that this information should be common knowledge throughout the world.
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Buteyko Projects 1:
The main project that I am working on at the moment is the translation of the Doctor Buteyko's Discovery Trilogy by Sergey Altukhov.
Buteyko Projects 2: My main interest in the Buteyko breathing technique is the application of the Buteyko breathing exercises and communicating the Buteyko teaching (Buteyko breathing education) for the long term change in thinking and behavior.
Buteyko Projects 3:
You will be able to access a central website page to Worldwide Buteyko Courses.
Buteyko Project 4: Creating a register of Worldwide Recognised Buteyko Instructors / Therapists / Practitioners.
Buteyko Project 5: Unifying Buteyko practitioner training a cross the world with the work of the Author of the trilogy: “Dr Buteyko’s Discovery”, Twice certified trainer in the Buteyko Method & Buteyko biographer Sergey Altukhov.
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"‘…Normalisation of breathing immediately triggers a healing process..." Excerpt from the Buteyko Trilogy Volume 1 Chapter 17: The First Handbook
Bohr Effect… It is common knowledge that eating too much food does not mean good nutrition and this principle applies to breathing. Breathing too much air does not mean good breathing, nor does it even mean that extra oxygen is delivered to the tissues, because the amount of oxygen carried by the blood largely depends on haemoglobin content and the availability of oxygen rather than the depth of breathing. Providing the person is not anaemic and has healthy red blood cells there is no problem with haemoglobin, and unless the lungs are damaged, oxygen is readily available to the blood. Breathing calmly almost completely (98%) fills each haemoglobin cell with oxygen, so in theory it would only be possible to make a 2% improvement. However, since haemoglobin is constantly releasing oxygen, in reality it cannot be 100% saturated. Therefore breathing deeper is going to make virtually no improvement to the collection of oxygen by the haemoglobin.