Buteyko/Frolov Device for Asthma, Bronchitis, COPD, Emphysema, Cystic
Fibrosis, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Pulmonary Edema
Learning the Buteyko method by modules
Module 8-A. Restrictions, side effects, limits, and temporary contraindications
Respiratory disorders involving lungs
Respiratory disorders involving lungs (asthma, bronchitis, COPD, emphysema,
cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, tuberculosis; pulmonary edema; etc.) are relatively easy to treat using the Buteyko breathing technique and the Frolov/DIY breathing devices. Most serious symptoms (shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, etc.) can be eliminated or reduced in days, but complete clinical remission may require many months or years of breathing retraining.
The restrictions for breathing exercises in these groups of patients relate only to breathing sessions with the DIY and
Frolov breathing devices.
These groups of people should be gentle in relation
to their damaged lung tissue. Intensive mechanical stimulation of their
weak lungs (in terms of amplitude and velocity of inhalation and exhalations)
during initial stages of learning should be avoided. Later, they can
gradually increase velocity of inhalations and amplitude of inhalations and exhalations.
Hence, they should avoid any fast inhalation and exhalations with the Frolov
or DIY breathing devices, as well as maximum inflations and deflations of their
lungs when using the DIY or Frolov breathing devices during initial stages of learning. All exercises
are done in a comfortable way with good care for the current abilities of
their lungs. The exact duration of this initial stage (in days) is provided right below here as your bonus content.
- This page in Spanish: El dispositivo Frolov y el asma, la bronquitis, EPOC, enfisema, fibrosis quística, neumonía, tuberculosis, edema pulmonar.
- Effects of breathing exercises on respiratory conditions
- Bronchoconstriction: general overview of causes and treatment
- Bronchospasm: symptoms, cause, and treatment options
- CO2: most potent bronchodilator to dilate airways naturally
- Chest breathing: two major effects on the human body
- Chest pain when inhaling or breathing
- How to treat chest infections
- Fluid in lungs
- Cystic fibrosis and lungs.
Breathing Techniques (From COPDFoundation.org)
Stress Management: Breathing Exercises (From WebMD.com)
Asthma (From Wikipedia.org)
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