Heart Disease Cause: Only in People with Heavy Breathing By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author
- Medically Reviewed by Naziliya Rakhimova, MD
- Last updated on August 9, 2018
What are the causes of heart disease?
On a cell level, the cause of heart disease is known: low oxygen levels. Any
person who gets critically low levels of oxygen in the heart tissue will
experience horrible angina pain. Low
tissue oxygenation can be caused by many factors: stress, overeating,
overheating, physical exertion, inflammation, and many others. But how could
all these factors create low oxygen levels in body cells? All these factors have one common
mechanism: they intensify respiration. And then hyperventilation reduces oxygen
delivery to the heart muscle and other organs (the brain too - see the image on
the right side). Do people with heart disease have
heavy breathing in stable conditions (when they are at rest)?
Breathing rates and heart disease
these studies testify that heart patients have abnormally low oxygen and
CO2 levels in the heart tissue and other organs 24/7 due to their .... chronic
overbreathing. Since they breathe at rest about 2-2.5 times more air than the
medical norm (this is called hyperventilation), this results in the following
causes of cardiovascular disease. Their arterial CO2 is below the
norm. This causes constriction of arteries and arterioles (due to CO2
Vasodilation Effect), suppressed Bohr effect, reduced oxygenation of all vital
organs (the heart and brain included), increased level of blood lactate (lactic
acid), abnormal excitability of nerve cells (causing additional electrical
problems in the heart pacemakers), generation of free radicals and oxidative
damage, suppressed immunity, increased viscosity of the blood, predisposition to
chronic inflammation and many other effects. (See the links for medical studies
related to all these CO2 effects below.)
Reversing the causes of cardiovascular disease
to heart disease is simple.
One needs to slow down his or her automatic breathing
pattern back to the medical norm (6
L/min) and this eliminates the cause: chronic hyperventilation or deep
automatic breathing pattern. Normal breathing will increase CO2 levels in the
arterial blood. This will improve oxygen transport
to heart tissue and normalize other processes.
hyperventilation provocation test, as several medical studies found immediately
causes symptoms of the coronary artery spasm and worsens cardiovascular health. If
breathing more induces heart attacks in less than 2 minutes, it would be logical
to investigate the opposite way: teaching people with heart disease how to
breathe slower and less air.
After testing and treating thousands of heart patients, Russian medical doctors found
that the main symptoms of the cardiovascular disease disappear when the person gets more than
20 s for the body-oxygen test. However, a complete reversal
of pathological changes in the heart muscle tissue requires more than 35 s for
the body-oxygen test 24/7.
The video of the left side ("Causes
of heart disease") features Dr. Artour Rakhimov who explains the reasons behind
low O2 in the heart and body cells for people with heart disease, diabetes, and asthma.
There numerous breathing techniques used by hundreds of medical professionals
for breathing normalization in people with cardiovascular disease are Resperate, the
Buteyko method (it has the best lifestyle program for high body-oxygen levels),
Amazing DIY breathing device and the Frolov breathing device (most effective
breathing exercises). Samozrdav and Breathslim breathing devices produce similar
effects (as the Frolov device). This discovery of the main cause of heart disease is
made by Dr. Konstantin Buteyko, MD, Ph.D.
Heart Diseases (From Medlineplus.gov)
Heart disease (From MayoClinic.org)
Symptoms & Types of Heart Diseases (From WebMD.com)
New breathing students with terminal conditions (end-stage disease) are accepted on CureEndStageDisease.com with Dr. Artour's Triple Guarantee.
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