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The Power of Breathing

The Importance of the Breath in Dance to enhance performance and wellbeing.

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Yoga Breathing Exercise Fundamentals

Yoga breathing exercise, also called pranayama, is not only the basis of benefiting from yoga and meditation, but also gives you the most immediate, satisfying, joyous and energizing experience you may have ever uncovered. Here are the fundamentals for getting the most out of your yoga breathing techniques.

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Stop panic attacks using advanced breath control

Our breathing pattern has profound effects on the brain. Unnoticeable changes in breathing can reduce oxygenation and blood supply by 20-30%. Over 90% patients diagnosed with panic attacks have hidden or visible hyperventilation. Just observe their breathing for a minute. Why is it dangerous? Normal breathing is invisible and inaudible. Moreover, it provides more oxygen for the brain. When we breathe heavier or deeper, there are 3 measurable and scientifically-proven effects ...

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Prevent heart attacks using advanced breath control

Our breathing pattern has profound effects on the heart. In fact, about a century ago western doctors developed and studied the science which was called "cardiorespiratory physiology". Why? Because of the close connections between cardiovascular and respiratory systems...

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Overcoming Concerns about Breathing

Do you feel short of breath? Do you often worry that you're not taking in enough air? Do you fear that you're going to stop breathing and faint, or even die from feelings of suffocation? You're not alone. Concerns about breathing are common among anxiety sufferers. When you're feeling anxious, it's easy to believe that your shortness of breath means that you're in grave physical danger, when in reality you're not.

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Declassified Soviet research on body oxygenation

In the 1960s, before the first Soviet manned spaceship missions it was crucial for Soviets to find the optimum air parameters and investigate the relationships between air compositions and breathing, body oxygenation, symptoms, and health. A young aspiring PhD ...

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Mouth breathing problems in toddlers, infants, babies and children: and what is normal and healthy

Difficulties with nose breathing in the young (babies, children, toddlers and infants) is a new problem that challenges our society and parents due to its overwhelming negative effects on our young generation. What are its causes, effects and methods of prevention and treatment?

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Early Detection of A Breathing Problem

The basic function of the lungs is to take oxygen out of the air we breathe in exchange for the carbon dioxide dissolved in the blood. This exchange takes place across a very thin membrane that separates the blood in the lungs from the air we inhale.

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Chronic diseases: When exercise is 100% safe

When and which physical exercise is beneficial or safest for health restoration? Can severely sick people exercise? A group of Russian self-oxygenation doctors (about 200 MDs) tested many thousands patients with asthma, bronchitis, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and many other chronic conditions and developed strict criteria for safe exercise.

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Breathing Your Way To Health

Breathing, yes of course we do it, if not we'd be dead, obvious isn't it. But in the far east Breathing techniques have been used for thousands of years. Not only as a means of improving the health and vitality of both the body and mind, but also as a means of connecting to the Higher Spiritual Realms. In the far east the practice is called Pranayama and is an integral part of Hatha Yoga. There must be a word of warning, to the uninitiated, using Pranayama techniques too vigorously or forcibly can cause damage to the heart, lungs or even mind. It is always best to practice these techniques gently, don't be in a rush, the benefits can last the whole of your life. And for your purposes, it is only the basic techniques that are needed to accumulate Qi (chee or chi) in the body for use by your Inner-Self to help manifest your desired reality. If over time you feel the benefit of these gentle exercises, then that is the time to explore this area in greater detail and to seek adequate instruction.

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What Was Wrong with All 6 Randomised Controlled Trials of the Buteyko Method

If we consider the outcomes of these trials for asthmatics, the results of all trials were remarkable. The patients used 3-10 times less reliever medication, twice less steroids, had better quality of life parameters and less asthma symptoms, but unchanged respiratory lung function test results after 3-6 months of practicing Buteyko breathing exercises. Any concerns to worry? Yes, all these trials had one attitude-related error which is about understanding the essence of the Buteyko breathing method.

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Pelvic Orientation, Core Stability and Their Relationship to Consciousness

Why does the human race have such a hard time understanding who they are and the importance of knowing thyself? Quite cearly we have been mis-lead, often deliberately, so a few could dictate the systems in effect on this planet. We are now at the end of a 13000 year galactic cycle and it is now time to take back control of our personal vehicles and raise our consciousness and awareness.....

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Painless childbirth: reality for hundreds of Russian women

Most women can testify that childbirth is their most painful life experience in terms of physical pain. However, over 200 Russian MDs, practicing the Buteyko self-oxygenation breathing therapy, found that superior body oxygenation guarantees painless childbirth...

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Most common challenges and benefits of learning Buteyko breathing retraining technique exercises

The Buteyko method is based on such breathing changes so that to increase oxygenation of cells permanently and prevent any episodes of over-breathing. There are several breathing parameters of a person that should achieve certain specific numbers (find Buteyko Table of Health Zones for more detail). As a result, to master the Buteyko breathing technique means to permanently normalize one’s breathing pattern.

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Why do we need to control our inhale and exhale?

I did a lot of self discovery in college, especially when I traveled abroad. But I never took a moment to sit and appreciate what was happening in my life. Now, all I can do is think. And I've been thinking a whole lot.

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