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Normal tidal volume, average tidal volume, tidal volume in adults Tidal volume (sometimes known as "Vt") is measured as the air volume breathed in during a single inhalation or exhalation from the lungs. In other words, tidal volume is a difference between volumes after a normal inhalation and a normal exhalation. Normal tidal volume in adults at rest is about 500-600 ml or 17-20 oz of air. Most people breathe deeper and faster than these medical norms. As a result, they have reduced body oxygen levels. The normal tidal volume numbers are much smaller in newborn, toddlers, infants, and children, down to about 100-150 ml due to smaller lungs. Medical research suggests there is some correlation between tidal volume and health. It is common that, with development of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, asthma, COPD, diabetes, HIV-AIDS, and many others, tidal volume becomes larger. The same is true about breathing frequency. Sick people breathe faster and with greatly increased minute volumes at rest. You can find more facts related to minute ventilation, respiratory rates, and get an idea about tidal volume in healthy people and people with cancer, heart disease, asthma, COPD, lung disease, diabetes, and many other conditions on pages of NormalBreathing.com. Another webpage with this URL: http://www.e-breathing.com/respiration/tidal-volume/ provides some extra details and a chart related to medical norms and values for tidal volume in people with symptoms and health problems. This page provides medical details about tidal volume: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_volume Normal values for tidal volume: - during exercise: about 2 L - pranayama: 3-4 L (close to maximum inhalation and exhalation in the lungs) - firebreath (hatha yoga exercise): 150-200 mL if this yoga exercise is done correctly. Our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/artour2006/ . The URL of this video is: http://youtu.be/TrGQAuBAuJs or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrGQAuBAuJs . The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website NormalBreathing.com.
Hypoxic training for effects of high altitude - High elevation and sports performance - How to train and run for max sports benefits and improved endurance? Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, speaks about high altitude running vs. training with Elevation Mask 2.0. More info: http://www.normalbreathing.com/altitude-training.php In order to get the most benefits of high altitude training, a person can go to high altitude and train there or do endurance exercise at the sea level. High altitude helps to improve sports performance and increase VO2max. The positive effects on endurance are particularly strong after the first trip (that should be about 2-3 weeks long). However, repeated trips have less strong effect due to reduced physiological abilities to adapt to one stimulus only: low oxygen levels (or hypoxia) that is present in air at high altitude. It is more beneficial, from physiology viewpoint, to adapt to higher CO2 in the inhaled air as well. This drawback of high altitude training (hypoxic stimulus only) can be solved with Training Mask that reduces O2 content in the inspired air (due to added resistance), but also increases CO2 content in the lungs and body cells providing hypercapnic training to boost endurance. The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website NormalBreathing.com.
Hyperventilation is the key cause of spasms and cramps in muscles and bronchospasm (bronchoconstriction). CO2 is a natural relaxant of smooth muscles and a natural bronchodilator. Buteyko breathing and other methods are first aid techniques to increase reduced body oxygenation and solve these and many other health problems. Tens of medical studies showed that low CO2 levels in body cells lead to spasm and cramps of muscles. In one research review paper, "Physiological effects of hyperventilation" Dr. Brown (Department of Physiology at the University of Kansas Medical Center, USA) analyzed more than 280 professional medical studies. He wrote, "Studies that designed to determine the effects produced by hyperventilation on nerve and muscle have been consistent in their finding on increased irritability" (Dr. Brown, 1953). Leading Soviet physiologist Dr. Konstintin Buteyko suggested that low CO2 causes muscle spasms and cramps. He suggested to use the Buteyko breathing technique to slow down heavy breathing and increase CO2 and O2 levels in muscle cells and other cells. Buteyko breathing exercises can relieve most spasms and cramps in 1-2 minutes. When we breathe more air, and this is the case with over 90% of modern people, muscles cells become spasmodic or irritated and abnormally sensitive and predisposed to spasms, cramps and twitching. This also related to muscle spasm in airways. Bronchospasm (definition) or bronchoconstriction is usually defined as constriction of bronchi and bronchioles that is usually caused by low CO2 in airways since people with asthma, COPD, bronshitis, emphysema, and many other conditions breathe about 2-3 times more air than the norm. They have low CO2 in airways and hypocapnia causes bronchospasm. Here is more information from NormalBreathing.com about bronchoconstriction and bronchospasm: http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/bronchospasm.php As many studies proved low levels of CO2 and O2 lead to overexcitement of nerve cells and involuntary contraction of muscle fibers (Macefield et al, 1991; Brown et al, 1953; Schwartz et al, 1993; Seyal et al, 1998, Sparing et al, 2007) that cause cramps including cramps of the leg muscles, and stomach. As a result, overbreathing causes those effects in muscle and nerve cells that are directly responsible for cramping. For references visit web page "Causes of Stomach, Foot and Leg Cramps" Low O2 in Body Cells" (see the link at the top of this post). Note that there is an additional factor in appearance of cramps and spasms. It relates to electrical charge of the whole human body. During our evolution, except last few generations, we had a grounded lifestyle that provided body cells with electrons due to a negative potential of Earth. However, during last decades, humans are insulated from Earth due to materials that are used to make our shoes and floors. Furthermore, wide use of synthetic fabrics leads to triboelectricity that causes accumulation of hundreds or thousands of volts (a positive charge) on the human body. Meanwhile, normal work of muscle and nerve cells is accomplished with a tiny electrical potential of only about 30-70 milli volts. Obviously, huge outer electrical fields do interfere with our tiny electromagnetic processes. Therefore, grounding of the human body, as it has been proven by recent research studies, immediately normalizes numerous functions and processes in the body related to inflammation, pain, brain waves, hormonal profile, and many others. You can search online for "Earthing" and "grounding the human body" for practical solutions. Some of them include barefoot walking, grounding for sleep, and many others. NormalBreathing.com is an education website that has hundreds of medical quotes and references; graphs and charts; tables; analysis of numerous respiratory techniques, Oxygen Remedy included; results of clinical trials; free breathing exercises, lifestyle modules; manuals and techniques; and other resources to increase cell and body oxygen levels and improve health. More info about bronchodilators and natural bronchodilators: http://www.normalbreathing.com/e/bronchodilators.php http://www.normalbreathing.com/CO2-natural-bronchodilators.php This video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov.
This video analyzes most common breathing patterns, including normal breathing pattern, ideal breathing, and common abnormal breathing patterns in the sick. Dr. Buteyko, the author of the Buteyko breathing technique, analyzed breathing patters of thousands of healthy and sick people. He suggested that their breathing patterns are connected with the results of the Buteyko CP test (body oxygen test). There are 4 typical types of breathing patterns: ideal breathing for super healthy people, normal breathing or a medical standard, ineffective breathing for the mildly sick, and heavy breathing in the severely sick. Find out exact breathing rates and body oxygenation numbers for these patterns and why abnormal breathing patterns cause health problems.. You can find hundreds of related medical studies. tables, charts, and graphs on NormalBreathing.com with exact references. Here are some of the resources (more detail about these breathing patterns) Ideal breathing pattern: http://www.normalbreathing.com/patterns-ideal-breathing.php This breath pattern can be found in real yoga masters and other people who can hold their breath for 2-3 minutes after their usual exhalation and only until slight sigs of stress. Normal breathing pattern: http://www.normalbreathing.com/patterns-normal.php This pattern was common in ordinary people in 1900-1930. In fact, clinical studies suggest that people breathed even less air than the medical norm for minute ventilation at rest (6 L/min for adults). Ineffective breathing pattern: http://www.normalbreathing.com/patterns-ineffective-breathing-pattern.php If you visit the Homepage of NormalBreathing.com, I ll see the Table with dozens of studies that show that people with heart disease, asthma, COPD, cancer, diabetes, and many other chronic health problems breathe about 2-3 times more than the medical standard. Heavy or abnormal breathing pattern in the severely sick: http://www.normalbreathing.com/patterns-heavy-breathing.php This pattern is common for hospitalized and critically ill people. Their body oxygenation is less than 10 seconds (the norm is 40) due to very fast and heavy breathing. Summary of 4 types of breathing patterns (list): http://www.normalbreathing.com/patterns-types.php This overview helps us to see what is going with breathing patterns from severely sick to very healthy people: sick people breathe faster and without the automatic pause (no-stop), while healthy people breathe slower and less air per breath (smaller tidal volume). Increase your body and brain oxygen levels. Learn more about the Buteyko breathing technique and other breathing retraining methods at NormalBreathing.com The URL for this video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ypgv7GtlRQ . This video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov (NormalBreathing.com).
Sleep heavy (deep) breathing effect - Night sleep, morning hours, insomnia, dyspnea, hyperventilation, asthma, heart disease, diabetes, and other diseases. Why do early morning hours have highest mortality rates and chances of attacks? Dr. Buteyko, the author of the Buteyko breathing technique, studied this sleep heavy breathing effect in detail. Let us consider the mechanism. Why do most attacks and acute episodes take place during night sleep? What is going on with our breathing during these times? Deep breathing reduces carbon dioxide levels in the blood and this causes constriction of blood vessels and reduced oxygen release in tissues (the suppressed Bohr effect). As a result, we get less oxygen in cells of all vital organs. This causes a cascade of pathological effects. Dr. Artour Rakhimov speaks about the Buteyko self-oxygenation medical method. Research references and quotes used for this video can be found here: http://www.normalbreathing.com/index-MorningHV.php More information about hyperventilation and deep breathing with tens of studies and links to hundreds of other studies: http://www.normalbreathing.com/hyperventilationx.php NormalBreathing.com has 100's of medical quotes and clinical references; graphs and charts; tables; analysis of numerous respiratory techniques, Oxygen Remedy including; results of clinical trials; free breathing exercises, lifestyle modules; manuals and lifestyle techniques; and other resources to increase cell and body oxygen levels and improve our health. This video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov (NormalBreathing.com).
Cystic Fibrosis Life Expectancy: 30, 50, 70… - Trailer Cystic Fibrosis Treatment, Cystic Fibrosis Therapies, Symptoms and Stages of CF, Cure Cystic Fibrosis http://www.amazon.com/Cystic-Fibrosis-Life-Expectancy-ebook/dp/B00793UMNQ/ The book “Cystic Fibrosis Life Expectancy: 30, 50, 70…” describes a clinical therapy, cystic fibrosis pathophysiology, and treatment successfully used by more than 150 Soviet and Russian doctors on people with cystic fibrosis. While treating their patients, these doctors applied the breathing technique used for the best ever known clinical trials on metastatic cancer and asthma. The name of this legendary technique is the Buteyko breathing method. It includes breathing exercises, physical exercises, and lifestyle changes. This therapy is based on the DIY body oxygen test, and the goal of the therapy is to increase body oxygenation up to the medical norm (40 seconds). These Soviet and Russian doctors discovered that stages and symptoms of cystic fibrosis have a strong correlation with body O2 levels. * More than 40 seconds for body oxygenation: Absence of common digestive, respiratory and other symptoms of cystic fibrosis. * Less than 30 seconds: Appearance and dominance of pathogens in the GI tract with light symptoms in pulmonary and hormonal areas. * Less than 20 s: Chronic cell hypoxia, suppression of the immune system, serious respiratory and digestive symptoms with chronic inflammation. * Less than 10 s: The last stage of CF with critically low CO2 levels in airways causing progressive involvement of the respiratory system and the end-stage lung disease. These observations helped Soviet and Russian MDs to develop a method how to reverse the usual dynamic and successfully eliminate major symptoms of CF, including cystic fibrosis carrier nasal polyps. The therapy has been successfully tested on hundreds of people with cystic fibrosis who slowed down their breathing back to the medical norm (real stories). The book does not provide details of the Buteyko breathing exercises that can be found in the book "Advanced Buteyko Breathing Exercises". The book offers a description of major lifestyle modules to increase body O2 naturally, as well as specific techniques that are crucial for people with cystic fibrosis. The book “Cystic Fibrosis Life Expectancy: 30, 50, 70…” by Dr. Artour Rakhimov can be found in Kindle and paperback formats on Amazon.com. There is also a PDF version of the book. Click the Amazon links below or above for content, sample chapters, and Amazon reviews of this book. For the paperback version, visit http://www.amazon.com/Cystic-Fibrosis-Life-Expectancy-70/dp/1478186895/. You were living with cystic fibrosis, now you can be living with cystic fibrosis genes, but without cystic fibrosis symptoms. The YouTube URL of this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09ZgDH1zLO8 . DailyMotion URL for this video: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x14su25_cystic-fibrosis-life-expectancy-30-50-70-trailer_lifestyle / The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website www.NormalBreathing.com.
Advanced Buteyko Breathing Exercises - Trailer http://www.normalbreathing.com/advanced-buteyko-breathing-exercises.php http://www.amazon.com/Advanced-Buteyko-Breathing-Exercises-ebook/dp/B00CAXAKAA/ This Kindle and paperback book describes common Buteyko breathing exercises, as well as more advanced methods and techniques related to: - safe application of the maximum pauses - special relaxed breathing exercises for people with hypertension and panic attacks - how to safely proceed from easy Buteyko breathing exercises to its more advanced types. - use of visualization and imagery during Buteyko breathing exercises. - optimum and maximum durations for Buteyko breathing exercises - the phenomenon of overtraining due to intensive breathing exercises and maximum pauses - the phenomenon of a lost CO2 sensitivity - the effect of the blunted CO2 sensitivity - detailed instructions in order to deal with overtraining and CO2 related concerns using lifestyle changes and other specific techniques - instructions for application of Buteyko breathing exercises during physical activity. - description and application of the "click effect" for quick progress with the CP (the body oxygen test). For the paperback version, visit http://www.amazon.com/Advanced-Buteyko-Breathing-Exercises-Method/dp/1490590773/ The YouTube URL of this video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16d_eMkFGrc . The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website NormalBreathing.com.
http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/t.php Elevation Training Mask 2.0 Review by Dr. Artour Rakhimov, an individual coach of 2 World Champions. For more detailed analysis of this training and running mask, visit http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/training-mask.php. The Elevation Training Mask 2.0 is a breathing device mainly used by professional athletes to improve fitness and sport performance. Training Mask 1.0 is similar to military gas masks. Version 2.0 or Elevation Training Mask 2.0 does not restrict eye vision. The Training Mask can be continuously used during different types of physical exercise by people who like running, practice yoga, martial arts, mountain climbing, extreme sports, and so on. Is it similar to UltraBreathe, Expand-a-Lung, and some other respiratory devices used by athletes and exercising people for sports and running? It is different since one can use the Training Mask continuously during exercise for up to 1-2 hours per day or even more than that. Training Mask reduces minute ventilation (volume of breathing) during exercise. This means that the body adapts to higher CO2 levels, and this makes breathing slower and easier during and after physical exercise. As a result of adaptation to slower and easier breathing during exercise and at rest, the person experiences dramatic positive effects related to shorter and more refreshing sleep, faster and better digestion, greatly amplified energy levels, and many others. The URL of this video is: The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website NormalBreathing.com.
The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website NormalBreathing.com. The Breathslim is an FDA-approved respiratory device. It is featured for weight loss. The Breathslim device is very similar, in its geometry and biochemcial and physiological effects, to the popular Frolov breathing device developed by Vladimir Frolov. The Frolov device has been endorsed and promoted by more than 500 medical doctors in Russia. They conducted numerous published clinical trials on people with COPD, asthma, diabetes mellitus, heart disease, and many other conditions. You can find more details about Breathslim and its effects, and causes of obersity, together with the optimum program of breathing exercises and breathing retraining (with free lifestyle Modules) on pages of NormalBreathing.com. For more information, visit http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/breathslim.php
Respiratory rate (respiration rate, breathing frequency, breathing rate, and respiratory frequency) is the number of breaths that a person takes during 1 minute. The normal value for an adult at rest is 10-12 breaths per minute. The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website NormalBreathing.com.
This video "Asthma Causes And Treatment" explains the cause of asthma and provides new clinically proven methods to treat and cure asthma. This treatment was developed by Russian medical doctors. The cause of asthma is heavy breathing found in all asthmatics during early stages of the disease. Dr. Artour Rakhimov also analyzes experience of Russian doctors with the application of the Frolov breathing device for people with asthma. This video is for people with asthma, health professionals, heath practitioners and anybody else who is interested in causes of asthma and its treatment.
Deep breathing can lead to low CO2 levels and this causes reduced body and brain oxygenation. Even though most people believe in goodness of deep breathing: http://www.normalbreathing.com/CO2-deep-breathing-myth.php, it can cause health problems. Deep breathing can be practiced safely if you maintain the same or get increased CO2 levels in the lungs. CO2 is crucial for health since it is a powerful dilator of blood vessels, while overbreathing and deep breathing exercises can cause low CO2 in body cells. In this video, Dr. Artour Rakhimov analyzes main breathing patterns and explains how to notice deep breathing in other people.
IBD: Crohns Disease And Ulcerative Colitis http://www.amazon.com/Crohns-Disease-Colitis-Ulcerative-ebook/dp/B009SACFJ2/ Living with Crohn's or ulcerative colitis can be an absolute misery if you do not know all triggers and hidden symptoms of GI exacerbations or flare-ups. You can start natural healing of ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease (IBD conditions) if you address all these triggers, which are currently ignored by official medical sources that claim that there is no proven treatment for these digestive problems. This natural healing and tested treatment for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis was developed by over 180 Soviet and Russian medical doctors (physicians) who completed Dr. Buteyko's teaching school and later practiced the Buteyko self-oxygenation method. Their educational program for treatment of IBD (inflammatory bowel disease_) is much larger. The system includes lifestyle changes in relation to sleep, exercise, diet, posture, thermoregulation, and much more. There are additional hidden causes that can worsen GI health. These causes should be addressed. To achieve clinical remission, you need to increase body and brain oxygenation by breathing correctly 24/7. This is only a short colitis and Crohn's disease patient education video segment. Apart from this patient education video segment, there is a natural treatment program that can be found in Dr. Artour Rakhimov's PDF book "How to Improve Digestion with Lifestyle and Higher Body O2″. This book is available on this web page: http://www.normalbreathing.com/how-to/how-to-improve-digestion.php. This bestselling Amazon Kindle book "Crohn's Disease and Colitis: Hidden Triggers and Symptoms" (now #3-5 in Gastroenterology) is only a small part of this larger PDF book that includes all details of natural healing that are specifically related to improving one's digestive health. You can learn more about inflammatory bowel disease from the PDF book. For remaining part of the method, you need to consult pages of NormalBreathing.com and find out the optimum program that will increase your body O2 and improve your digestive health naturally.
In this video, Dr. Artour Rakhimov explains vasodilation that is mainly controlled by CO2 levels in the arterial blood. When we have slow and relaxed normal breathing, we have normal CO2 values in the blood (or about 40 mm Hg), see http://www.normalbreathing.com/CO2-vasodilation.php for more details. However, people with chronic diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, usually have too low arterial CO2 due to their heavy breathing at rest. This causes vasoconstriction since arteries and arterioles are very sensitive to CO2 changes. As a result, they suffer from low O2 supply to all organs of the human body. The video is for people with chronic health problems and health professionals.
In this video, Dr Artour Rakhimov (NormalBreathing.com) discusses the Bohr effect or why and how oxygen is released in tissues of the human body. The effect requires high CO2 levels in capillaries. People with heavy breathing and low arterial CO2 suffer from the suppressed Bohr effect that reduces oxygen delivery to cells and organs. More about the Bohr effect - http://www.normalbreathing.com/CO2-bohr-effect.php . The video is for health professionals and people with chronic diseases that are accompanied by tissue hypoxia or low body oxygenation. Oxygen is the key factor for health, and original yoga helps students to increase body O2 levels. Check this book for details: http://www.amazon.com/Yoga-Benefits-Breathing-Books-ebook/dp/B007MS6CS2/ .
This video is a book trailer for Amazon book "Cancer: Medical Triumph with Self-Oxygenation Therapies". The link to this book is: http://www.normalbreathing.com/cancer1.php The video describes the content of the book: facts about low O2 in cells in people with cancer, heavy breathing and clinical experience of Russian and Ukrainian doctors in relation to cancer. The video is for researchers in oncology, people interested in alternative health, and patients with cancer.
www.normalbreathing.com/yoga1.phpThis is a trailer of Dr. Artour Rakhimov's Amazon book "#1 Yoga Secret". The video is for people who are interested in yoga and health. Contemporary yoga is really a completely different training in comparison to yoga coached some generations in the past. It had been a lot more effective with regards to illnesses and utilized for coping with numerous significant complications for example heart disease, asthma as well as most cancers. Most significantly, traditional yoga raises oxygen levels in body tissues because of one magic formula that was not too long ago exposed. But contemporary yoga typically, when we think about many people exercising yoga, doesn't assist with reduced oxygen levels in body tissues since it instructs numerous strange ideas with regards to transportation of oxygen to tissues. To begin with, contemporary yoga instructors are obsessive about positions while ignoring the substance of yoga. Certainly, if you go to yoga lessons, you discover that it is more than ninety percent positions and below 10 percent respiration exercises. These positions can be used for many years with no modifications in well being and outcomes for the body oxygen test. Next, contemporary yoga doesn't have any standard or range, while traditional yoga scrolls state that we have to steadily raise the amounts of cycles while exercising the primary respiration exercise known as Pranayama. If a yoga pupil practices pranayama with similar periods of time, there'd be no enhancements in well being. This overlooked vital function of pranayama is a result of an additional misunderstanding that is common among the contemporary yoga instructors.
Cystic Fibrosis - In this cutting-edge Amazon Kindle book on cystic fibrosis (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00793UMNQ), Dr Artour Rakhimov examines ten western health-related studies with regards to reasons of cystic fibrosis or decreased body oxygen levels, influences of lower oxygen content in organs on transport of sodium and potassium ions in the mucosal cellular levels and suppression of the body's immune system, respiration parameters in persons with cystic fibrosis, O2 transport in individuals with cystic fibrosis, together with successful medical expertise and treatment solutions to critical signs or symptoms of cystic fibrosis by Soviet and Russian clinical professionals.The cause of reduced oxygen levels in body cells in people with cystic fibrosis, as a lot of health-related studies proved, is their fast and heavy unconscious or basal respiration 24 / 7. Therefore, persons with cystic fibrosis are affected by chronic hyperventilation that causes a great number of detrimental consequences on all systems and bodily organs.The outcomes of a simple body oxygen test foretell phases, diagnosis, and life-span in persons with cystic fibrosis.Dr Artour E. Rakhimov gives a formula and his own experience involving productive eradication of essential warning signs of cystic fibrosis in his students by using natural techniques based around breathing normalization.This medical process is founded on therapies of cystic fibrosis and other health issues by Russian Buteyko general practitioners. The suggested remedies correct those diet and lifestyle factors that impact oxygen concentrations in body organs and apply respiration exercises that increase oxygen levels in body cells. The eBook provides descriptive explanation of primary life style elements that rise body oxygen levels and reduce signs and symptoms of cystic fibrosis sooner or later resulting in complete clinical remission.
In this video Dr. Artour Rakhimov explains the link between automatic or basal breathing patterns and oxygen levels in cells of the body. There are 4 breathing patterns that are considered: normal, in the sick, in the severely sick, and ideal breathing. The ideas relate to people with cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and even those with HIV-AIDS virus. All these people have increased breathing rates. For more info about breathing rates, see http://www.e-breathing.com/respiration/normal-respiratory-rate/ . Sick people breathe more than the medical norm, and that causes their reduced body oxygen levels since hyperventilation causes numerous problems with oxygen transport including constriction of blood vessels and the suppressed Bohr effect: http://www.normalbreathing.com/CO2-bohr-effect.php . Note that the video focuses on automatic breathing patterns at rest or the way people breathe days and night. While breathing is controlled by the breathing center, few people are aware that CO2 is the main regulator of breathing in healthy people. It is clear that overbreathing or hyperventilation causes reduced CO2 values in the lungs and blood and this the reason why breathing patterns influence O2 transport. For example, people with HIV-AIDS virus, during advanced stages of their disease, have up to 30-45 breaths per minute while the norm is only 10-12 breaths/min at rest. Heavy and fast breathing in people with HIV -AIDS further suppresses the immune system and worsens respiratory infections and digestive problems, while causing many other negative effects. Therefore, overbreathing promotes problems triggered by HIV-AIDS virus. You can find more information about effects of HIV-AIDS virus on NormalBreathing.com . This video is for people who are interested in respiration, breathing exercises, breathing patterns in healthy and sick people, and body oxygenation mechanism. Other videos by Dr. Artour Rakhimov are concerned with other effects such as vasodilation, the Bohr effect, and many others. More details can be found on the main website NormalBreathing.com .
www.normalbreathing.com/cancer1.php - Amazon Kindle Book: "Doctors Who Cure Cancer" By Dr. Artour Rakhimov - Cancer. In this 2011 video, Dr Artour Rakhimov shares experience of Russian and Ukrainian doctors who developed a new approach to treatment of cancers and even organized a successful treatment of metastasized breast cancer. Their therapy eliminates the cause of cancer: low O2 levels in cells of the human body. Since O2 is delivered due to breathing, the therapy is based on breathing retraining, but also involves lifestyle changes for slower and easier breathing at rest. These lifestyle factors are explained in this video and they include prevention of supine sleep, nose breathing 24/7, correct posture, normal thermoregulation and other factors. The video is for people who are interested in new medical therapies for treatment of cancers. Among the most effective methods to boost brain and body O2 content are the Buteyko breathing method (best lifestyle changes), the Frolov breathing device, Amazing DIY breathing device, correct hatha yoga and many others. All these methods target out automatic breathing patterns with the purpose to readjust the breathing center located in medulla oblongata for lighter and easier breathing at rest and all the time.