Tag archives for breathing

Tai Chi Is Great for Breathing Retraining for Super Health due to High Body Oxygen Index

The practice of Tai Chi boasts body-oxygen levels and breathing retraining provides improvements in your Tai Chi practice. Volker Schmitz is a Tai Chi teacher for over 15 years. In this video (Tai Chi for breathing retraining), Dr. Artour Rakhimov and Volker Schmitz discuss this topic: How do Tai Chi and breathing retraining benefit each […]

Bronchitis Cured Fast [100% Success] with Breathing Exercises and Buteyko Method – Interview with Dr. Artour

Many our students completely cured their bronchitis and eliminated all symptoms and medication just by slowing down their breathing back to the medical norm. In this video, Dr. Artour Rakhimov and Volker Schmitz expand on the relation between bronchitis and breathing retraining. Bronchitis develops from inflammation in the bronchial tubes. When people have chronic inflammation, […]

Causes and treatment of night sweats – Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

TITLES USED IN THIS MOVIE: Night sweats due to cachexia is caused by very poor DIY body oxygen test result (less than 10 s) due to heavy breathing. Breathing retraining up to the medical norm (40 s) eliminates this symptom. Menopausal hot flashes at night in women are reduced with Buteyko Emergency Breathing Exercise (shown […]

Improve blood glucose control (reactive hyper-hypoglycemia) – Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

Artour Rakhimov Blood glucose regulation and reactive hyperglycemia with hypoglycemia for people with cancer, diabetes, HIV-AIDS, COPD and many other diseases. This video shows Dr. Artour Rakhimov answering the question, “How to improve blood glucose control and problems with reactive hyperglycemia and reactive hypoglycemia?”. Note that diabetes and its complications are more difficult conditions and […]

Improve blood glucose control (reactive hyper-hypoglycemia) – Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

Artour Rakhimov Blood glucose regulation and reactive hyperglycemia with hypoglycemia for people with cancer, diabetes, HIV-AIDS, COPD and many other diseases. This video shows Dr. Artour Rakhimov answering the question, “How to improve blood glucose control and problems with reactive hyperglycemia and reactive hypoglycemia?”. Note that diabetes and its complications are more difficult conditions and […]

How to treat frequent chest/sinus infections with breathing? – Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

Artour Rakhimov Can we treat frequent chest and sinus infections with breathing retraining? – Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov by Chris Prokop. Many patients with asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, cystic fibrosis, tuberculosis, pneumonia, HIV-AIDS and other respiratory problems experience weak immune function and frequent chest and sinal infections. In this video, Chris Prokop interviews Dr. Artour […]

Why Best Sleep Position is Sitting – Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

by Dr. Artour Rakhimov Sleep positions and postures for diabetes, sleep sitting for lupus, HIV-AIDS, leukemia, cancer, IBD, cardiovascular disease, epilepsy, COPD, asthma and many other diseases. In this video, Chris Prokop interviews Dr. Artour Rakhimov. Today’s question is are there any benefits in sleeping sitting? The sitting position provides even better oxygen levels, according […]

How to stop supine sleep (prevent sleeping on the back) – Interview with Dr, Artour

How to prevent supine sleep? One can avoid sleeping on one’s back with the methods and techniques suggested here. In this video, Chris Prokop interviews Dr. Artour Rakhimov. The question addressed is, “how can we avoid sleeping on the back?”. One such technique for preventing sleeping on the back is attaching a tennis ball to […]

Supine Sleep Posture (on Back) and Nocturnal Hypoxemia and Mortality: Interview with Dr. Artour

Artour Rakhimov What is the impact of sleep positions and especially supine posture on health of people with diabetes, HIV-AIDS, cancer, epilepsy, coronary disease, bronchitis, COPD and many other diseases? Why have many family physicians, nurses, and general practitioners noticed that sleep negatively effects COPD patients, patients that experience coronary spasms and patients with sudden […]

Best sleep postures: Left or right side? Supine vs. prone? Interview with Dr. Artour

Artour Rakhimov Sleeping postures and positions (left or right, supine vs. prone) for people with asthma, COPD, cancer, HIV-AIDS, cardiovascular disease, epilepsy, diabetes and many more diseases. Can sleep positions affect the health of people with these various diseases? Chris Prokop, from the NormalBreathing team, interviews Dr. Artour Rakhimov about best sleeping postures and medical […]

Do sleep postures really matter? Interview with Dr. Artour Rakhimov

Sleep positions, sleeping postures for people with cancer and diabetes. How patients with heart disease and asthma should sleep? Do postures during sleep influence health of people with COPD and HIV-AIDS? Can sleep positions influence heart attacks and stroke, as well as acute exacerbations with seizures, due to epilepsy? Details how poor sleep hygiene causes […]

Part 8. Mindfulness and Meditation with Buteyko Reduced Breathing Exercise, Use of Cortisol…

Artour Rakhimov Mindfulness and meditation with Buteyko reduced breathing exercise, use of cortisol and other techniques While the original Buteyko method has very little related to training of the mind or mindfulness, there were developments in this area. Breathing exercises are among first most ancient meditation techniques: http://www.normalbreathing.com/meditate-mindful.php Patrick McKeown, a Buteyko teacher from Ireland, […]

Part 7. Grounding (Earthing) vs Barefoot Walking for NormalBreathing and Buteyko courses

Artour Rakhimov Part 7. Grounding (or Earthing) vs barefoot walking technique for NormalBreathing and Buteyko breathing courses. The NormalBreathing became the first Buteyko course that introduced Grounding (Earthing) as a part of breathing retraining. Dr. Buteyko and his colleagues discovered that barefoot walking is beneficial for breathing retraining. One of the written sources that mentions […]

Part 6. Sleep and Breathing Retraining: NormalBreathing vs Buteyko course

Artour Rakhimov 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). […]

Part 5. Diet for breathing retraining: NormalBreathing vs. Buteyko course

Artour Rakhimov Previous known ideas related to the Buteyko breathing technique mainly provided general rules: – Eat only when you are hungry – Stop in time – Raw foods are better since they do not intensify minute ventilation (or breathing) as mush as cooked foods – Vegetarian diets have advantages but not for all people […]