How To Stop Skin Itching All Over (Natural Breathing Remedy) By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author
- Medically Reviewed by Naziliya Rakhimova, MD
- Last updated on August 9, 2018
There is a simple natural breathing remedy to stop itching all over the body explained below with three crucial steps that are shown in the diagram below. You need to increase blood flow to skin cells of the body and calm nerve cells naturally even for those who have eczema or psoriasis.
Most cases of itching, and even itching all over the body, are not life-threatening.
However, if you have serious additional symptoms such as difficulty
breathing/dyspnea, swelling of the face, tongue, lips, or mouth, you may
have anaphylaxis and require immediate medical attention.
First of all, it is important to avoid skin irritation and chronic
inflammation caused by allergic reactions. Do note that some allergic reactions
(to food, synthetic clothes, laundry detergents, physical contact with
various materials, and so on) can sometimes be hard to notice due to their sluggish
expression and time delay that can at times be several hours before these
triggers begin to cause itching all over.
Why is this exercise "How
to stop itching" so successful? This respiratory exercise's efficacy relates to its
ability to address the root cause of why we itch all over: breathing too much
air! Common triggers and causes of itching all over typically concern factors
that intensify breathing or make your breathing faster and deeper, such as
stress, anxiety, panic, over-eating, mouth breathing, over-heating, talking
too much, sighing, coughing, sleep, and many others.
with normal body-O2 levels and normal breathing patterns do not struggle with itching all over. When our breathing is above the norm, we begin to suffer
from low body O2, overly-excited nerve cells, and a hypersensitive immune system.
Itching all over the
body and allergies can appear only when one's body and brain O2 levels are less than 20 seconds.
The normal value for the DIY body-oxygen test is 40 seconds.
Tissue hypoxia and hypocapnia (CO2 deficiency) are caused by ineffective breathing (too fast and heavy
breathing) at rest. Over-breathing makes the nerve cells irritable and the immune system hypersensitive
(see the links to medical studies below). Additional
causes of low body and brain O2 and CO2 values are chest breathing (causing
oxygenation) and mouth breathing (leading to increased losses of CO2 blood levels).
How to stop itching all over (Breathe-Easy natural remedy)
Pinch your nose
and start walking fast. (Note: Your mouth should be closed all the time.)
You need to get more CO2 into the blood to dilate arteries and arterioles (CO2 is the
most potent dilator of arteries and arterioles), which will then pacify nerve cells (CO2 is a
sedative of nerve cells - see other pages of this site for clinical studies).
While walking, you should hold your breath until you get a strong desire to breathe. You'll most likely make it to around 15 to 25 steps.
Afterwards, sit down on a chair with your spine straight.
After you release your nose, you are to start reduced breathing (breathing
about 20-30% less air than before this exercise). How can you do that? Instead of taking your usual big and
deep inhalations, take a smaller inhalation which uses the diaphragm only (see
the graph below). Then,
relax all muscles for an exhalation. Repeat the cycle: make another short inhalation and, again,
just relax to exhale. Practice this reduced breathing while remaining relaxed.
The purpose here is to maintain air-hunger (a shortage of air) for 1-2 minutes with
total relaxation of body muscles.
If your skin gets itchy all over again (i.e., in 30-60 minutes), then
you should increase your body O2 using the same breathing exercise and lifestyle
Stop itching all over body during sleep at night
need to lie on your left side
or chest and relax all bodily muscles (sleeping sitting causes fewer problems
with a runny nose.) Pinch your nose and then follow the same
instructions as above, but without walking.
The same breathing remedy will also help you to fall asleep naturally, and much faster
too! For better sleep and fewer problems with itching, additional
lifestyle ideas may be required (see the links below).
Stop itching all over for good
Over 120 Soviet and Russian MDs tested and cured
thousands of people with different skin conditions such as eczema, neurodermatitis,
and many others, who commonly suffer from problems with
itching all over the body. They found that:
- If your body-O2 test results are over X (see below) seconds all the time, your immune system
will be much stronger, and you will not suffer from almost any skin problems. (Note: Psoriasis is the only condition which may still occur in some people when this body
O2 level has been attained.)
- If, in addition to the previous condition, if you follow one other requirement, your immune system can get
desensitized to allergic triggers. Therefore, you can permanently get rid of itching all
over and all your allergies (to tree pollen, cat proteins and other triggers).
This number (X), as well and the additional condition, are provided below as your bonus content.
Here are more details about stop
itching all over for good with clinical effects of the Buteyko breathing
method on skin conditions, including eczema or psoriasis.
- This page in Spanish: Cómo detener la picazón en la piel: Detenerla en todo.
Related web pages:
How to Tape Mouth at Night
- Mouth taping technique to prevent mouth breathing during sleep
Mouth vs. Nose Breathing
- Medical review of main physiological effects
Sleep Positions Medical
Research (26 studies - What is the best way to sleep for maximum body
How to Prevent Sleeping on
One's Back - Practical techniques and permanent home remedy
Lies About Ideal Sleep Positions - Over 90% of internet resources advice
sleeping on one's back, which makes skin to itch all over and worsen eczema and psoriasis.
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