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Brochospasm

Brochospasm, in real life, generally has one cause: low CO2 levels in airways due to hyperventilation

Bronchospasm : The Real Story Bronchospasm or a bronchial spasm is a constriction of the muscles in the walls of the airways in bronchioles. Most medical sites claim that it is caused by various chemical causes that appear out of nowhere or due to some chemical drugs or allergic triggers, like milk, peanuts, tree pollen, […]

YouTube Buteyko and Breathing Videos by Dr. Artour Rakhimov

Website addresses of GoogleVideo and Youtube videos about the Buteyko breathing method

There are 31 Youtube videos produced by Dr. Artour Rakhimov about the Buteyko breathing technique and related topics. Some of these videos (earlier ones) can be found on GoogleVideo. He provides detailed explanation how breathing patterns influences body oxygenation, CO2 effects, body oxygen test, lifestyle factors for better body oxygen content and related effects.

Why Cancer Means More Problems with Sleep (With Solutions)

Numerous stuides have identified the link between poor quality of sleep and cancer due to the same cause

Development of cancers is based on low body oxygen levels. Tissue hypoxia, in overwhelming majority of cases, has one cause: the ineffective breathing pattern that worsens oxygen transport. Heavy and fast breathing in cancer patients is a scientific fact. This chronic deep breathing pattern lowers CO2 and O2 levels in the brain cells worsening problems with sleep.

Chronic Cough Is Linked with Lower Body Oxygen Levels

People who suffer from chronic problems with cough always have low body oxygen levels

Presence of persistent coughing indicates irritated urge-to-cough receptors due to hypocapnia (low alveolar CO2 levels) caused by hyperventilation. Hypocapnia also causes brocnhospasm and reduces oxygen levels in body cells. Control of cough or deliberate reduction in breathing rates causes increased CO2 in airways and have beneficial effects in people with chronic cough.

Urge-To-Cough Reflex is Controlled by CO2 and Unconscious Breathing Pattern

Only when automatic breathing becomes deep and/or fast, we suffer from chronic cough

Our unconscious breathing, according to physiological research and clinical trials, is the key factor that controls the excitability of the nerve cells that are responsible for the urge-to-cough reflex. When we hyperventilate, these nerve cells are more irritated due to alveolar hypocapnia (CO2 deficiency) and can lead to bouts of coughing. When our breathing is normal or we try to breathe less (suppress coughing), chronic coughing disappears.

CFTR Effects in Cystic Fibrosis Are Reversible

Decades of clinical observations suggest that correct application of breathing techniques can reverse CF

Several medical studies recently discovered that CFTR mutation gene is controlled by levels of oxygen in cells. As a result, it is smart to investigate breathing parameters in people with cystic fibrosis and see how they can get more oxygen in body cells.

Health of AIDS-HIV Patients is Predicted by Breath Holding Test

Critically low cell oxygen concentrations in HIV-AIDS patients have been proven by many published studies (Mootsikapun et al, 1996; Wang et al, 1993; Pellicelli et al, 2001; Khare & Sharland, 1999; Zhang et al, 2002; Long et al, 2009; Deshmane et al, 2009). In particular, more recent studies observed higher expression of the hypoxia-inducable factor -1 was associated with Kaposi sarcoma progression (Long et al, 2009). Other medical studies discovered that Stage 4 HIV-AIDS patients have up to 30 and more breaths per minute at rest (Montaner et al, 1993; Zhongguo et al, 2004), while the norm value for adults is only 12 breaths in one minute. Hence, we can expect low body oxygen test results when hyperventilation is the case.

Top Californian FBI State Agents: Dirty Tricks Due to Mental Problems

Sleep deprivation causing severe stress, anxiety, lip biting and other effects is another weapon of FBI agents

The arsenal of secret methods that is used to spoil lives of terrorism unrelated people continues to expand, and this article we are going to explore physiological effects and psychological causes of a new type of dirty tricks used by modern leading Californian FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) agents. It relates to sleep deprivation that can transform any human being into a vegetable simply because some, not all secret agents feel safe and secure when somebody else does not have normal sleep.

Watson’s Little Albert Experiment, Negative Conditioning, and Modern National Security Agents

Famous Dr. Watson's Little Albert experiment has similarities with activities of secret agents

Some modern national security agents secretly use snaps-generated devices (while hiding somewhere else) as means of communication with other people. This initial situational factor (hiding from responsibility) predicts the results of such experimentation regardless of motivations, goals, stated objectives, specific details, and many other parameters of the situation.

Sleep Deprivation, Canadian Security Intelligence Service and Irish Secret Garda

Secret agents from Canadian CSIS and Irish Garda apply sleep deprivation against people who have no relation to terrorism.

Secret sleep deprivation of terrorism-unrelated people (using hidden noise-producing devices) is only one of criminal activities of the CSIS (the troubled Canadian Security Intelligence Service) and Irish Garda. In this review, we are going to focus mostly on the CSIS. While sleep deprivation is executed by local CSIS agents, the activity is organized and sanctioned by the very top (the practical top) of the CSIS in Ottawa.