How to get glowing skin: sweat, exercise, diet or breathwork – Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

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In this video, Dr. Artour Rakhimov addresses the question, “How to get glowing skin?”. This is a very popular question on Google search. There are natural techniques that help improve the glow of the skin. An effective method is sweating. It is very common for people to have acne on their face, but not on their foreheads. This is because people usually perspire with their foreheads and not with the other parts of their face. Sweating improves blood flow and removes inflammation to provide healthier skin. It is more effective to combine sweating and physical exercise.

Another method for getting glowing skin is from our consumption of specific energy sources. Humans mostly eat carbohydrates and glucose or they can consume fewer carbohydrates and more fats instead. This way ketones from fat are used as an energy source. It can take about 2 to 3 weeks to adapt for the body to adapt to ketones. A lot of people get cravings from this diet and they can get mood swings. This diet has a significant effect on the skin because of its effect on reducing inflammation. A study showed that those people that have ketones in their body have a lot less inflammation. All 14 markers of inflammation were much lower in comparison to a modern high carb diet. Even if a high carb diet consists of organic and raw food, you would still be having a lot more inflammation. This is because your diet’s primary source of energy is from carbohydrates.

Ketones have another benefit of causing a vasodilator effect in the body. They are able to expand arteries and arterioles by relaxing the smooth muscles of the body. These smooth muscles are located around the arteries and arterioles. When the muscles are relaxed, blood flow and circulation are increased. In turn, ketonic or low carb diets are going to provide better blood flow and circulation for the skin. More information about the diet can be found online. Also, there are hundreds of videos available on YouTube. The videos include doctors, nutritionists and other experts. Thousands of patients have used the diet for diabetes and other health related problems as well.

Here is a NormalBreathing page that covers the topic of getting skin that glows naturally:
http://www.normalbreathing.com/how-to/how-to-get-glowing-skin.php.

Another method used by Dr. Artour Rakhimov’s students helped them with pimples, roughness on their skin, and having excess fat. This method relates to improving their body oxygen levels. Before Dr. Artour Rakhimov knew about a low carb diet and without his students engaging in intensive exercise, they were able to greatly improve their skin conditions. With better body oxygen levels students have their circulation improve. In contrast to this method, breathing more air causes less oxygen to be in the cells of the body. Rakhimov’s students start to get great benefits from 30 + seconds on the control pause test. When they reach 40 and 50 seconds, inflammation gets eliminated. It gets reduced by having 35 seconds CP in the morning. Then students reach higher body oxygen results that give them significant improvements in having proper circulation. In comparison to the other methods that help for glowing skin, breathing retraining has the most significant benefits according to Dr. Artour Rakhimov. For example, students dramatically reduced the length of their sleep to about 4 hours and Dr. Buteyko reduced his sleep to a few hours daily. Breathing retraining is the central part of Dr. Artour Rakhimov’s courses. It helps to have glowing skin, reduce inflammation and other abnormalities in the human body.

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The YouTube URL of this video is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5NaYt80k48 /.

The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov who was interviewed by Chris Prokop. Chris Prokop also produced an original description for this video. Dr. Artour Rakhimov is breathing teacher and trainer. He isthe author of the website http://www.NormalBreathing.com and health educator and Amazon writer.

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