Sinusitis cured with Buteyko breathing retraining (two testimonials)

· breathing, Health, medicine

Dr. Artour Rakhimov’s and Chris Prokop’s sinus infection cured testimonials. The video shows Chris Prokop’s and Dr. Artour Rakhimov’s testimonials. Specifically, we talk about the effects of breathing exercises on our sinus problems. I (Chris) first saw Dr. Artour’s YouTube video, How to Unblock a Blocked Nose. Then I read many of his articles on I had blocked sinuses for about ten years especially at night time. At night I would wake up with a dry mouth because of mouth breathing. Then I practiced reduced breathing whenever I wanted to unblock my nose and it helped to get rid of 90 % of the symptoms. My sinus would only get blocked if had any allergic triggers.

Dr. Artour Rakhimov suffered from problems of the sinuses since childhood. He spent time in hospitals due to sinus issues and chest infections. His nose would be totally blocked and it would take two to three weeks to recover. Around the year 2001, he had drastic problems with a high fever of 39 degrees, a sore throat, with a blocked sinus and nose. Dr. Artour Rakhimov would have poor quality of sleep lasting about 11 hours. Then he learned how people could slow down their breathing and he learned of the body oxygen test. Dr. Artour Rakhimov had a similar control pause test for people staying in hospitals about 8 to 10 seconds. While, his sinus infection symptoms were very serious. He learnt the reduced breathing technique which is similar to meditation. This kind of meditation was written about in ancient Sanskrit texts. It works to slow your breathing and the mind becomes calmer. Sinuses discharge naturally after 15 to 20 minutes. Reduced breathing is a very effective and natural technique to treat sinus infections. Within a week’s time, Dr. Artour Rakhimov was able to completely breathe through his nose and perform physical activities with strictly nasal breathing. Then with about 40 to 50 seconds for his control pause test, he was able to run at a high speed and still maintain nasal breathing. His sleep was reduced to 4 hours just by retraining his breathing.

Since 2001, he was trained as a Buteyko breathing practitioner and taught the Buteyko breathing method to hundreds of students and all of them cured their sinusitis problems naturally: . The Spanish version of this page “Sinusitis: Causas y Tratamiento (Más del 90% de éxito)” is here

With more practice of breathing retraining, students that previously suffered from nasal blockages can experience nasal drip. This happens with about 30 to 40 seconds for the control pause test. The nasal drip is a cleansing reaction. A garlic solution is helpful at this point and can be found on (specific link down below). Sinuses should have naturally occurring bacteria. When people have sinus problems, for a very long time they can lose this bacteria. Then use very diluted garlic juice or live kefir or yogurt. When the CP gets higher this bacteria will naturally occur again. With a higher CP, all sinus problems disappear, energy levels get higher, sleep quality is better and sleep quantity gets low.

Dr. Artour Rakhimov has Skype classes for students that have already been learning about breathing retraining and for newbies too. There are also courses for Buteyko practitioner training by Dr. Artour Rakhimov:

The classes significantly help to have improvements in health and a higher level on the CP test. Students are at a great advantage, if they have practiced with the DIY device or the Frolov device. Furthermore, it helps if the student has read about breathing retraining. Specifically, reading the vast amount of free information on the module section of If the foundational parts of breathing retraining are not studied, then the live classes are not as effective.

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The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer, and the author of the website

This video was produced by Dr. Artour Rakhimov and the description was created by Chris Prokop from Missassauga, Ontario, Canada.

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