While training with Smart Breathe: You get a lot of help against allergies, asthma, the problems with digestive tract and other health problems. You can decrease stress, depression, anxiety. You can get more energy in the body. Without any diet you will be able to decrease or normalize the weight. You get rid of sleeplessness. Using Smart Breathe we can improve oxygen uptake and thus significantly increase our mental capacity.
Positive effects of breathing with Smart Breathe at various health problems like for example: asthma and other pulmonary disease.
- All kind of Allergies
- Asthmatic bronchitis
- Rhinitis (Chronic cold)
- Enlarged Adenoids
- Vegetative-vascular dystonia (VVD) or Neurocirculatory Dystonic Disease
- Congenital heart disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
- Rheumatic heart disease
- Heart Rhythm Disorders
- Post-stroke conditions
- Parkinson’s disease (early stage)
Most people believe that they have good or normal breathing. Some of them even say that they are “barely breathing”. But normal breathing is so tiny that healthy people experience nearly no difference to their breathing at rest.
Most of modern people suffer from breathing problems. The common problems include chest breathing, mouth breathing, and hyperventilation (increased minute ventilation), all of which reduce the oxygen levels in our body cells and promote chronic diseases.
Hypoxia or oxygen deficiency in the cells is the main cause of many diseases and our aging process. The technique of resistance breathing has been known for a long time and is proved by a huge amount of scientific researches, that shows that the oxygen saturation of all cells in the body increases.
By breathing regularly with Smart Breathe, people with health problems can continually improve their health parameters like the blood circulation, how to provide more oxygen to the cells, less free radicals and more fluid blood. These specific parameters are the cause of most diseases.
Articles Regarding Buteyko Medical Trials
“British Guideline on the Management of Asthma.”
British Thoracic Society & Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network
(2008) Guideline No. 101. Edinburgh:SIGN.
Effect of Two Breathing Exercises (Buteyko and Pranayama) in Asthma: a Randomised Controlled Trial.”
S. Cooper, J. Oborne, S Newton, V Harrison, C Thompson, S Lewis, and A Tattersfield.
Thorax (2003), 58(8): 674–679.
“A Clinical Trial of the Buteyko Breathing Technique in Asthma as Taught by a Video.”
A. J. Opat,, M. M. Cohen , M. J. Bailey, and M. J. Abramson
Journal of Asthma (2000), 37(7): 557-564.
“Complementary Therapy use by Patients and Parents of Children with Asthma and the Implications for NHS
Care: a Qualitative Study.”
Shaw, Alison, Thompson, Elizabeth A., Sharp, Debbie
BMC Health Services Research (2006), 6:76.