Effective breathing and oxygen uptake
Effective breathing is thus a combination of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. And it happens many positive things when we the use the effective breathing. Since the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood increases when we do the effective breathing we do improve oxygen uptake. Carbon dioxide dilates blood vessels, which means that the blood flows better and that reduces angina and arteriosclerosis.
The diaphragmatic breathing causes the entire lower abdominal muscles and the lymphatic system to be affected positively. According to what is well known, the lymphatic system must have a motion to the lymph to be able to transport the lymph around the entire body. This of course helps us on our way to better health. Effective breathing also helps to lower the cholesterol levels and increase the fat burning. It is very common that excess weight fall off by itself.
With efficient breathing you get a substantially smaller amount of oxygen. This means that the number of free radicals in the body will decrease.
The effective breathing is no way in conflict with standard medical care. It is typically not recommended to alter its potential medication except under medical supervision. Most disease states will be affected positively though, often resulting in a reduced need for medications.