Good Health by Good Breathing

The most common motto among asthma sufferers is "When you can't breathe, nothing else matters", referring to the despair of one who cannot breathe life-giving breath. Is the life-giving spirit a complete story about breathing? This article takes common breath advice and provides reasons for its application. It goes on and on and on to the essentials of the respiratory process for better health.

Breathing is probably one of the most integrated centralized behaviors that extends beyond the simple filling of the lungs. Garcia AJ writes in 2011:

"Respiration arises through complex network connections involving neurons that are distributed throughout the sensory system. The network that produces the rhythm is made up of small networks that work within large networks to produce rhythm and different patterns that reflect breathing."

The effectiveness of Garcia's research can best be seen when a person is affected by strong emotions such as fear and anger.

Typical breathing tips override self-control and inhale deeply into the nose and exhale orally through the lips followed.

Dr. Carla Naumburg PhD of the famed 'Ready, Set, Breathe' suggests that breathing exercises bring thinking into everyday life. By remembering breathing, space is created to restore calm and reduce blood pressure and stress hormones and thus create an opportunity for condition control.

Professor Konstantin Buteyko (Russia 1923-2003) is credited with a process characterized by slower and slower breathing combined with different periods of respiration that allows Carbon Dioxide to build up in the blast.

Breathing is a perfect way to practice Yoga. Yoga breathing techniques are associated with a variety of situations or some form of meditation. It is therefore difficult to distinguish and give effect to breathing, standing or meditation.

Pandit JJ, in 2003 tested three breathing techniques to achieve complete Oxygen Discovery, as follows:

1. Three (3) minutes of respiration

2. Four (4) breaths taken in 30 seconds

3. 8 (8) deep breaths taken in 60 seconds

Oxygen acquisition was similar to 1 & 3 objects and was more effective than Item 2. His work shows that the respiratory process is important.

Add Nitric Oxide (NO), a colorless gas that is only half life. Nitric Oxide (NO) was named the "molecule of the year" in 1994 by Science Magazine.

In 1998 the Karolinska Institute awarded the Nobel Prize to US medical scientists Robert F. Furchgott, PhD, Ferid Murad, MD, PhD, and Louis J. Ignarro, PhD for their discovery of the role of Nitric Oxide (NO) as a signatory molecule in the system of cardiovascular.

NOTHING loosens the smooth muscles in the arteries that supply much of the bloodstream, thus lowering blood pressure and delivering more nutrients when needed. The importance of NO to the functions of the human body cannot be overstated. Although 1000 research papers have been written, Global Research is ongoing. NOTHING is involved in heart health, low blood pressure, better sleep quality and even erectile dysfunction.

NOTHING is produced in the nasal passages, the largest being maxillary sinuses on the side of the nose. They are closed rooms with the exception of a small opening of soft tissue called ossium which opens the airways of the olfactory air.

There is no right or wrong way to breathe - independent brain function ensures you get enough oxygen in your system. However, there are ways to breathe to get the top no on your system. Here are 7 tips to help you get this amazing gas in your blood.

1. Breathe QUICKLY WITH YOUR NOSE.

Nose hair and closed nose inserts ensure that there is less pressure on the airways. This partial vacuum causes sinners to bring a small amount of NO air into your air inhalation. If you breathe hard then NO will be set free from sin.

2. PREVENT NOSE ON YOUR NOSE AND INSPECT.

Blocking one nostril and then the other nostrils increasing the small space causing the empty air to be blown into your inhaled air.

3. PREVENT TWO SUCCESSES AND TRY TO INSPECT IT.

Close both nostrils and try to smell. This creates a huge amount of rest in your respiratory system allowing the NO-free air to absorb the sins. You can only do this for a while before resuming normal breathing.

4. Breathe slowly through your mouth.

There is NO time that needs to get into your bloodstream. So it is good to hold your breath as long as it is easy. Otherwise take it out slowly to give the lungs time to absorb NO.

5. HUM OR SING

Lundberg et al showed in 2003 that humming concentrations increased by NO by 700%. One researcher found an even greater increase in NO emissions during exposure. The problem is that it's hard to smell while you're crying. So the suggested sequence is to speak softly for 3 seconds and then sniff quickly.

6. FOLLOW UP

To overcome the problem of snoring and sniffing at the same time, it is suggested that you pretend to be snoring, making a sound as if you are snoring. Recording sound waves at maxillary sinuses are approximately 110 to 350 Hz. Allowing the maxillary sinuses to resonate will take a non-load-free air into the inhaled respiratory tract. Because sniffing is a function of sniffing NO will reach the lungs at high volume.

7. VALSALVA MANEUVER

During the descent process a headache is usually avoided using the Valsalva method. This steering method involves closing both noses while trying to pull out until the ear pop 'pop'. This has the effect of compressing the sinuses so that when they inhale the next odor they release the pressure and inject NO-air into the airways to smell.

Frequently Asked Questions

A. NO in the sinuses is a limited finite and can be depleted. How can it be completed? Eat more rich foods with Nitrates e.g. Beetroot, Fenugreek, etc. And give your body time to convert Nitrates