Diabetes Mellitus Cause and Treatment: Breathing

For more than 500 Russian medical doctors, the cause of diabetes mellitus is known. Each and every person with diabetes mellitus is a heavy breather. This fact was confirmed by all 5 Western clinical studies that measured minute ventilation in patients with diabetes mellitus.

Diabetes: minute ventilation rates

If you click on the image, you can find a table that provides all details related to these medical studies.

Brain O2 levels for normal breathing and after hyperventilation As a result of heavy breathing, people with diabetes mellitus have reduced blood flow and O2 delivery to vital organs and extremities of the body.

According to numerous medical studies, tissue hypoxia causes poor blood glucose and delayed insulin control, and increased insulin resistance (see clinical research related to causes of diabetes mellitus).

Causes of diabetes mellitus This is not a surprise since O2 is so fundamental for normal cell and organ function. Furthermore, many other chronic diseases (such as cancer, heart disease, and cystic fibrosis) and complications of diabetes mellitus have the same cause: low body oxygenation.

Heavy and deep breathing in people with diabetes mellitus causes excessive CO2 losses. Hypocapnia (reduced CO2) causes spasm of blood vessels and the reduced Bohr effect (less oxygen is released in tissues by red blood cells).

Overbreathing decreases O2 delivery and causes the generation of free radicals, chronic fatigue, poor sleep and many other effects. The presence of chest breathing and mouth breathing are additional common factors that worsen oxygen transport to cells and lead to more severe symptoms of diabetes mellitus.

The YouTube video "Cause of Diabetes" (on the right side) features Dr. Artour Rakhimov who discusses causes of diabetes and diabetes mellitus treatment.

Proven medical treatment for diabetes

Medical peopel smiling According to the experience of over 500 Russian and Soviet medical doctors, patients with diabetes mellitus can regain normal health if they normalize their breathing.

During the 2nd conference of Buteyko doctors, Dr. Buteyko and Dr. Samotesova (Chief Endocrinologist of the Krasnoyarsk Region in Siberia) announced their clinical results related to diabetics mellitus management. What are the findings of these Soviet doctors and their diabetes mellitus treatment?

Normalization of breathing (getting back to about 6 L/min for minute ventilation with less than 70 beats/min for the heart rate at rest and more than 40 seconds for the DIY body oxygen test) leads to the elimination of possible complications of diabetes mellitus, normal blood glucose control and no need for insulin use (Buteyko, 1991). Note that it is not important what type of diabetes mellitus one has: type 1 or type 2. Breathing normalization defeats both types of diabetes mellitus. For effects of the Buteyko method and other breathing retraining methods on diabetes mellitus management, visit Symptoms and complications of diabetes mellitus.

K. P. Buteyko, MD, PhD, The Institute of Clinical Experimental Medicine, Siberian branch of the Academy of Medical Science, USSR, The theory of the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus. Basic principles of hormone therapy, published in Buteyko method. Its application in medical practice, ed. by K.P. Buteyko, 2nd ed., 1991, Titul, p. 5-9.

References for Diabetes mellitus page.

Related pages:
- Cause of Diabetes Mellitus: Recent clinical research points out that all people with diabetes have heavy breathing, while the cause of the disease on a cell level is low tissue O2 levels.
- Effects of Breathing Exercises on Diabetes Symptoms and Complications: Learn about the clinical effects and exact required numbers for the body O2 test and pulse that lead to complete elimination of the symptoms of diabetes mellitus.

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