Gain weight (alcoholism, liver cirrhosis, HIV-AIDS, hepatitis B): Interview with Dr. Artour

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How to gain weight lost due to alcoholism, liver cirrhosis, HIV-AIDS, hepatitis B: Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

Breathing exercises and diet changes for people with addictions to alcohol, with results of the clinical trial for people with liver cirrhosis and hepatitis B. Gaining weight is often required for people with HIV-AIDS, cystic fibrosis, severe COPD, cancer cachexia, and some other diseases. In this video, Dr. Artour Rakhimov addresses the question, “How to gain weight?”. The web page address is

The Spanish version of this page has the title “Cómo aumentar de peso rápido” and is here: .

Soviet Doctors and Dr. Buteyko found that underweight people, lose even more weight when they develop more serious chronic hyperventilation. Hyperventilation reduces the ability of their liver and pancreas to produce enzymes and digest food. The natural method to counter this is to slow down your breathing patterns back to the medical norm.

In an amazing clinical trial done on people with liver cirrhosis, due to alcoholism, and hepatitis B, over 90% of patients (out of 40 people) normalized their results for the liver enzyme test results and achieved clinical remission or cured their symptoms of liver cirrhosis and hepatitis B. This was possible with about 2 hours of breathing exercises per day and lifestyle changes.

Excellent results were also found in a clinical trial on people with HIV-AIDS. See details here: . Many students with late stages of cystic fibrosis also managed to reverse their condition and gained weight successfully.

Breathing exercises give different experiences for people according to their weight level. After a breathing exercise session, people that are overweight feel warmer. Also, they do not desire to eat and lose weight. While people that are underweight feel colder and hungry. For people with low weight or with hypoglycemia, it is really important for them to have a snack before or after a breathing session. If they do not have a snack, they may experience a migraine due to low blood sugar. After a breathing session, low weight people have a better blood supply to their inner organs and a higher body oxygen level. This causes them to gain weight much easier.

There are changes in diet that will help underweight people. First, raw honey is one of the easiest foods to digest for underweight people. These people suffer from various other digest problems including Candida albicans or yeast infection. It is not safe for them to eat many sugars, but raw honey is an exception. Eating raw honey makes it easier for them to gain weight and get better sleep. Low weight people usually suffer from poor sleep quality. Hypoglycemia does not allow normal sleep stages. Also, underweight people suffer from low energy that prevents them from doing physical exercise. Dr. Artour Rakhimov suggests for them to eat raw fats. Specifically white fat from bacon is the easiest fat to digest because of the presence of enzymes. Additionally, taking digestive enzymes helps to improve digestion. Using various types of spices, such as garlic, pepper and others helps to improve production of pancreatic enzymes by 2 to 3 times. There is a strong synergistic effect from spices when we combine them. They help for the production of bile enzymes and they attack pathogens that are usually present in underweight people.

Using breathing retraining is the best method for long-term improvements. Achieving about 40 to 50 seconds for the body oxygen test, greatly improves sleep, helps the mind to concentrate and to function a lot more effectively.

Dr. Artour Rakhimov has Skype classes for students trying to practice breathing exercises on their own. The classes can greatly improve your health and increase your body oxygen level. Students that have been practicing with the DIY device or the Frolov device, are a lot more effective when taking the Skype classes. Additionally, it helps if students have read the extensive free information about the modules on

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The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, health educator, writer, breathing teacher and trainer of Buteyko practitioners. He is also the creator and author of the website

The interview was done by Chris Prokop, who also wrote the original version of this description.

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