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Body oxygenation is low for all chronic diseases

Have you seen how asthmatics frantically gasp for more oxygen during asthma attacks? Indeed, it is normal that these and other COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) patients are the first candidates to breathe pure oxygen 24/7 to save their lives.

You may know that the main test for heart patients (exercise electrocardiogram or Stress test) mainly reflects oxygenation of the heart and other muscles of the human body. No wonder, that agent 007, in the most recent movie "Casino Royale", when he had a heart attack, also had very heavy breathing.

High level of blood lactate (a sign of anaerobic metabolism) is among main features for diabetes, chronic fatigue, bronchitis and many other conditions.

Finally, cancer has cellular hypoxia as its key cause. Nobel Laureate, Dr. Otto Warburg, in his article “The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer” (1966) wrote, “Cancer, above all other diseases, has countless secondary causes. Almost anything can cause cancer. But, even for cancer, there is only one prime cause. The prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen (oxidation of sugar) in normal body cells by fermentation of sugar…" (http://www.alkalizeforhealth.net/Loxygen2.htm)

Hence, abnormal oxygen transport is the typical and indispensable feature for asthma, heart disease, chronic fatigue, bronchitis, cancer, acne, sexual importance, diabetes, and many other disorders. Clinical evidence suggests that a certain therapy can improve health state of a patient, if it increases body oxygen stores. How to measure body-oxygen content?

While measurements of cell oxygen level require special equipment, you can do a simple test that is very sensitive to body oxygen level. Measure your breath holding time. How it is done? The prominent Russian physiologist who worked for the first Soviet spaceship missions Dr. KP Buteyko, MD was the head of the respiratory laboratory in the 1960s. He stated about 40 years ago, “Oxygen content in the organism can be found using a simple method: after exhalation, observe, how long the person can pause their breath without stress.”

After your usual exhale, pinch your nose and count your BHT (breath holding time) in seconds. Keep nose pinched until you experience the first desire to breathe. Practice shows that this first desire appears together with an involuntary push of the diaphragm or swallowing movement in the throat. (Your body warns you, “Enough!”) If you release the nose and start breathing at this time, you can resume your usual breathing pattern (in the same way as you were breathing prior to the test). Do not extend breath holding too long. This is the most common mistake. You should not gasp for air or open your mouth when you release your nose. The test should be easy and not cause you any stress. The BHT test does not interfere with your usual breathing.

This test became the main measuring tool for about 200 medical professionals who taught the Buteyko breathing method to hundreds thousands of Russian patients with asthma, heart disease, bronchitis, and other conditions. The Buteyko method has over 40 year history of use in the USSR and Russia.

Doctor Buteyko and his medical colleagues found that the following relationships generally hold true:
1-10 s - severely sick, critically and terminally ill patients, usually hospitalized.
10-20 s - sick patients with numerous complaints and, often, on daily medication.
20-40 s - people with poor health, but often without serious organic problems.
40-60 s - good health.
Over 60 s - ideal health, when many modern diseases are virtually impossible.

For the first time in the history of medicine, a group of doctors, after studying and curing thousands of patients with the Buteyko method, suggested the standard for ideal health (60 s of oxygen) that provide guarantee from such chronic conditions as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, COPD, arthritis, and many others.

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