Breathing Techniques That Improve Body Oxygen Levels – This video explains the method how to check usefulness of breathing techniques. Dr. Artour Rakhimov (NormalBreathing.com
) suggests that to use a simple DIY body oxygen test to test the effects of breathing techniques on one's personal health state.
For example, if you want to test the effects of yoga breathing exercise pranayama, you can measure your body O2 before and after this yoga exercise. Then you can see the effects of yoga breathing on your health. Here is bestselling Dr. Artour Rakhimov’s Amazon Kindle Book “Yoga Benefits Are in Breathing Less” - http://www.amazon.com/Yoga-Benefits-Are-Breathing-Less-ebook/dp/B07JNHJCSM/,
this book explains that slower and easier breathing at rest (automatic breathing) is beneficial for health since it provides the cells with more oxygen.
The morning DIY body oxygen test and steady progress (week after week) in typical results testify about usefulness of a particular breathing technique. If there is no progress, some lifestyle factors could be analyzed in order to find obstacles to better body oxygenation and overall health.
Here is an example of breathing technique that can be used to unblock one’s nose. This breathing exercise can clear a nose (or prevent nasal congestion) very fast or in about 40-60 seconds.
The greatest breathing technique for physical exercise is to use the Training Mask: http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/training-mask.php
. This breathing device dramatically improves efficiency of physical exercise even for professional athletes.
Breathing techniques are numerous. However, there are only a few breathing techniques that increase body and brain oxygenation. These methods include the Buteyko breathing technique, Amazing DIY breathing device, Frolov breathing device and some others. For detailed analysis of effects of these breathing techniques and their parameters, you can visit this web page: http://www.e-breathing.com/techniques/.
The video was recorded in January 2011 and is for people who are interested in breathing, breathing techniques and natural health restoration.
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The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, a known writer, author, health educator, breathing teacher and trainer.