Part 6. Sleep and Breathing Retraining: NormalBreathing course vs original or classical Buteyko course
Dr. KP Buteyko developed simple rules in relation to sleep, prevention of insomnia and higher morning CP: go to sleep when you are really sleepy and get out of the bed in the morning (do not stay in bed).
Other known or previous ideas related to the original Buteyko breathing method are following: students naturally get less sleep with easier breathing, down to 2 hours of sleep at high 2-3 min CP, as for yoga masters (in relation to sleep duration and breath holding abilities). All problems with insomnia and poor sleep disappear with easier breathing during sleep.
The NormalBreathing course includes these new additional details:
– A great emphasis on the morning CP as the main parameter used by students to measure their physical health
– The Breathing-Sleep Chart that provide a more detailed link about expected duration of natural sleep (in hours) and body oxygen test results
– The systematic and ordered approach to using sleep-related techniques include testing sleep positions, development of ideas related to sleeping sitting, effects of nutrients, exercise, and other factors on sleep, development and use of swaddling methods.
Students and teachers of the NormalBreathing course learn about:
– The morning CP as the main parameter of physical health
– The Breathing-Sleep Chart that provide relationship about expected duration of natural sleep (in hours) and body oxygen test results
– The system of sleep-related techniques include effects of nutrients, exercise, and other factors on sleep, development and use of swaddling methods, testing sleep positions, and development/use of ideas and methods related to sleeping sitting.
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