Dr. Artour Rakhimov explains a technique that has been used by more than 160 Soviet and Russian medical doctors to get rid of a stuffy nose fast or in about 40-60 seconds. This technique is a part of the Buteyko breathing method that is approved by Soviet and Russian Ministry of Health for treatment of bronchial asthma. It was applied on thousands of people with nasal congestion.
The breathing exercise "How to get rid of a stuffy nose" involves breath holding and easy or reduced breathing with light air hunger to increase CO2 in airways and boost body O2 levels. CO2 dilates blood vessels and enhances the Bohr effect that explains why oxygen is released in tissues. Here is more more info about treatment.and problems with nose breathing: http://www.e-breathing.com/nose/
When our breathing is heavy, we have less CO2 in body cells and that reduces O2 delivery to tissues and organs of the human body. Tissue hypoxia suppresses the immune system and leads to appearance of allergies and chronic inflammation with production of increased amounts of mucus in airways. All these factors promote frequent respiratory infections, as it is explained here: http://www.normalbreathing.com/c/nasal-congestion.php
The permanent solution for problems with a stuffy nose requires higher results for the body oxygen test. One needs to get up to 25 seconds or more day and night. The details of the body oxygen test can be found in other videos or online. The test involves stress-free breath holding after usual exhalation. People who wants to get rid of a stuffy nose have less than 20 seconds of oxygen in the body due to their heavy automatic breathing. In most cases, the number is less than 15 seconds.
The video is for people who suffer from various respiratory conditions, including common cold, infections, flu, asthma, sinusitis, rhinitis, and related disorders.
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This video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, a writer, breathing teacher and educator.