Anxiety Cause: Your Breathing with Remedy/Solution that Always Works (100%)

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- Updated on October 29, 2020

Anxiety Cause: Your Breathing with Remedy/Solution that Always Works (100%) 1By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author

- Medically Reviewed by Dr. David Walker, CPA, Licensed Psychologist

While teaching breathing retraining for over 10 years to thousands of my students, I noticed that any student with anxiety or panic attacks can naturally get rid of their symptoms with easier and slower breathing. This page provides an overview of anxiety and panic, as well as their relation to breathing, and how to treat anxiety naturally with breathing normalization.

Symptoms of anxiety attacks

– Chest tightness
– Costal or chest breathing
– Shortness of breath
– A feeling of a lack of air
– Panic, phobia, and anxiety

Early signs and symptoms of anxiety disorders

– Dry mouth in the morning
Sleeping on one’s back
– Agitated sleep or nocturnal sleep problems
– Sighing or sniffing the air
Mouth breathing during exercise/walking

Treatment of anxiety disorders with breathing retraining

Effects of overbreathing and coughing on brain oxygen levels Anxiety breathing disorders do not appear in people with normal breathing parameters. Overbreathing or chronic hyperventilation is manifested in low body oxygenation (less than 20 seconds for the body-oxygen test) and hypocapnia, which causes overexcited states of nerve cells. Both these effects take place due to chronic hyperventilation present in over 90% of people (see Homepage for clinical studies).

The main impact of healthy lifestyle factors on anxiety breathing disorders is lighter and easier breathing manifested in increased cell oxygenation. Vice versa, lifestyle risk factors intensify breathing (make it faster and deeper) causing hypocapnia (carbon dioxide deficiency) and all negative effects related to low CO2 levels in the blood and other cells.

Reduce anxiety through breathing

The effects of exercise depend on the presence of nasal breathing (in and out) and changes in blood gases and nitric oxide blood concentrations
– Relaxation, meditation exercises
Diaphragmatic breathing 24/7
– Straight spine or correct posture 24/7
– Forgiveness, silent prayer, acceptance, peace-making, calmness, goodwill, cooperation, composure, perseverance, self-discipline, commitment, and responsibility
– More time spent outdoors (especially for the elderly)
– Eating, only when a person is hungry (and stopping in time)
– Going to bed for sleep, only if one is really sleepy, and getting out of bed in the morning after waking up; sleeping on solid beds
– A raw vegetarian diet (provided that it is very well-chewed)
– Moderation in pleasures
– Taking a cold shower (while following certain rules), massage, barefoot walking
– Some breathing techniques (the Buteyko method, Frolov respiration device, Strelnikova paradoxical breath gymnastic, correctly done hatha yoga Pranayama, etc.)

Anxiety breathing problems

– Lack of or insufficient physical exercise
– Oral breathing (during sleep and physical exercise too, unless you are super fit)
– Sleeping at night on one’s back
Psychological stress, revenge, anger, greed, jealousy, envy, laziness, and other strong emotions
Eating too much (especially of animal proteins)
Lack of important nutrients and junk foods
– Toxins, poisons, and pollution (in water, food, and air, due to radiation, infections, and medical drugs); allergic triggers; dusty environment
– The pathological gut flora (manifested in the “self-soiling” effect and a need to use toilet paper)
– Focal infections (dead tonsils, cavities in teeth, athletes’ feet, root canals or dead teeth, and intestinal parasites, flukes, or worms) and silver mercury amalgams
– Talkativeness and deep breathing exercises (except slow ones, e.g., with 1-2 breaths per min so as to increase body CO2 content)
– Sighing, sneezing, coughing, and yawning with large movements of air or an open mouth
– Addictions and excesses (caffeine, smoking, gambling, street drugs, too much alcohol, sex, etc.)

Permanent solution for anxiety breathing disorders

Here is a technique (see it on the right side) from the YouTube video “How to get rid of anxiety” with a breathing exercise. The exercise was developed and used by more than 160 Soviet medical doctors. It requires about 2-3 minutes and helps over 90% of people with anxiety.

If you are interested in how to naturally solve anxiety problems for good (with the Buteyko Method and breathing retraining), then this video “Breathing Retraining and Buteyko Method for Anxiety” provides details of this master plan:

In order to eliminate symptoms of anxiety and breathing too heavily and get rid of anxiety attacks for good, one needs to achieve more than X seconds for the body-oxygen test. The number X is provided below as your bonus content.

With over 30 s for the CP test, in the morning as well, and pulse below 75 (sitting, at rest), people are free from anxiety attacks all the time.


There are various breathing techniques that lead to the increased oxygen content in brain cells.

Related web page: CO2: body-made sedative and tranquilizer

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