2-A. Your motivation, understanding, and plans or intentions
Learning the Buteyko method by modules
Whatever the initial health state, improved oxygenation of the brain, heart,
liver, kidneys and other organs and tissues produces a profound effect on
physical, mental, spiritual, and social health of a person. The change is
particularly striking in people with very poor initial health. Why? Russian
Buteyko method doctors discovered that severely sick people (if they manage to grasp the
fundamental theoretical ideas about oxygenation and breathing,
CO2 effects, and
breathing patterns) often
progress with amazing rate. These patients have used medication for years, and
fighting symptoms has been almost their main life concern. After discovery of
the main cause of their poor health, they can improve their CPs 2-3-5 times in
less than 1-2 weeks and up to 60 s or more in a few months. This is a very fast
progress. [We can see here
again the importance of good theoretical preparation.]
However, hundreds of Russian "health nuts", many of them without any serious
health problem or complaint, learned the Buteyko breathing method (up to 1-3 min
CP) for the sake of perfect physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Some people learn only some elements of the Buteyko method, for example, they
decide to breathe only through the nose during the day and tape their mouth at
night. This often helps to reduce or eliminate medication and better control the
This course allows gradual learning of the method, one block at the time. You
may try some basic elements of the Buteyko method and see, if they make
difference in your life. Then you can decide if you are to move further up to
the Buteyko golden standard (over 60 s CP 24/7).
Bottom line. Make a plan, set goals, create tasks, then practice
Buteyko breathing exercises later.
New breathing students with terminal conditions (end-stage disease) are accepted on CureEndStageDisease.com with Dr. Artour's Triple Guarantee.
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