How To Stop Coughing Naturally: Fast Cough Relief

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How to stop coughing naturally, quick cough relief is presented by Dr. Artour Rakhimov - http://www.normalbreathing.com/stop-cough-at-night.php . The video explains the technique to stop bouts of coughing using a simple Buteyko breathing exercise.

Coughing is caused by too large movements of air or chronic overbreathing. Breathing extra volumes of air reduces CO2 levels in the airways, but low CO2 causes bronchospasm - http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/bronchospasm.php that is very common in people who cannot stop coughing naturally and require a cough relief. Low CO2 irritates nerve cells that generate the urge--to-cough reflex. In addition, large flow of air through narrowed airways greatly increases resistance to air flow. This leads to increased inflammation and extra production of mucus.

The suggested breathing involves breathing less air so that to achieve nearly normal CO2 concentrations in airways and pacify the nerve cells that are responsible for the urge-to-cough reflex. This video is for people with asthma, bronchitis, COPD, cystic fibrosis, lung cancer, cold and flu (influenza) who suffer from chronic or persistent cough and experience problems with mouth breathing.

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People with chronic coughing always suffer from hyperventilation at rest. Therefore, they need to increase their body oxygenation by slowing down their automatic or basal breathing patterns. One of the ways is to practice breathing exercises with breathing devices and make lifestyle changes that are important for easier breathing at rest.

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People with chronic coughing problems should achieve up to 25-30 seconds for the body oxygen test to stop coughing naturally.

Created by Dr. Artour Rakhimov (NormalBreathing.com)

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