Breathing Retraining: From Sick/Victims to Superhumans

Effects of Breathing Exercises on Cardiovascular Problems

Hypertension, Ischemic Heart Disease, Heart Failure, Arrhythmia, Varicose Veins, Dystonia

* Hypertension (primary)
- Immediate elimination of symptoms connected with elevated blood pressure: headache, dizziness, heart palpitations, pain near the heart, shivering, general fatigue, etc.
- In cases of 1st or 2nd class hypertension, increase in the CP is accompanied by normalization of blood pressure, gradual elimination or significant reduction in doses of medications that reduce blood pressure (or transition from multi-medication to mono-therapy). In cases of 3rd class hypertension, it is possible to significantly reduce medications or make transition to mono-therapy.
- When the CP is 20-30 s or more, the symptoms are absent and no medication is required. This usually takes less than 1-2 months of practice.
- Natural weight normalization.
- Prevention of insulin resistance, diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, and hypertrophy of the left ventricle.
- Prevention of injuries in targeted organs during 1st stage of the disease (myocardial infraction, stroke, angiogenesis of retina, nephropathy, etc.).

* Ischemic heart disease
- Immediate elimination of symptoms of stenocardia attacks (angina pectoris) and prevention of their appearance (or decrease in angina-like pains).
- Increase in the CP is accompanied by transfer from the current functional class of the disease to a less severe one.
- Increase in the CP is accompanied by reduction and elimination of medication (to reduce angina-like pain)
- Significant improvements in the quality of life.

* Heart Failure
- Increase in the CP is accompanied by reduction of the symptoms of chronic cardiac insufficiency (edema of lower extremities, panting, heart palpitations, heartache, general fatigue, tiredness, etc.)
- Increase in the CP is accompanied by decrease in the doses of medications and their number, natural reduction in triglycerides and cholesterol.
- Significant improvements in the quality of life.

* Arrhythmia
- Immediate elimination of heart palpitations and various accompanying symptoms: unpleasant feelings and pains near the heart, feelings of breathlessness and panting, chill and sweating, general fatigue, etc.
- In cases of chronic forms of tachycardia, increase in the CP is accompanied by steady reduction in the heart rate, recovery of coronary circulation, and perfusion of injured parts of myocardium. That prevents reappearance of paroxysms of pulsating arrhythmia, ventricular tachycardia, etc.
- Significant improvements in the quality of life.

* Varicose veins
- Immediate decrease and, later, elimination of unpleasant symptoms: heaviness and leg cramps, puffiness around the feet, and weakness and fatigue of the lower extremities.
- Increase in the CP is accompanied by decrease in the extent of the capillary bed and enlarged veins.
- Prevention of possible complications due to chronic venous insufficiency: trophic ulcers, thromboembolism, and varicose eczema.
- Significant improvements in the quality of life.

* Dystonia
- Immediate decrease and, later, complete normalization of blood pressure and eliminate various symptoms (sweating, heart palpitations, feelings of inner shivering and obstructed throat, etc.).
- Increase in the CP is accompanied by normalization of emotional life, restoration of sleep, disappearance of pains and aches in various body parts.
- Significant improvements in the quality of life.


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