Deep breathing and histiocytoma in dogs images hyperventilation dangers and benefits

Most people believe in the benefits of deep breathing . They often say things like, “Take a couple of deep breaths – it will calm you down.” Such people often assume that breathing more air (and automatic, unconscious deep breathing) provides more oxygen to the human body. Most of them also think that CO2 is toxic. Many modern yoga books even state that CO2 is a histiocytoma in dogs images wasteful gas.

Some people imply that deep-breathing exercises and techniques should be very slow (as during correctly practiced hatha yoga Pranayama) so that one accumulates more CO2 in the blood. However, this type of breathing results in breathing less air (!) and therefore has completely different effects on body oxygen than histiocytoma in dogs images the above-mentioned breathing pattern. This kind of breathing exercise is healthy and should not histiocytoma in dogs images be called “deep breathing.” The correct terminology for breathing less air and accumulating CO2 histiocytoma in dogs images is “reduced breathing.” The fact that no references to deep breathing can be histiocytoma in dogs images found in classic yoga Sanskrit texts supports this statement. There is a link to a webpage that provides quotes histiocytoma in dogs images from most famous ancient yoga texts about breathing. The link is provided right down here as your bonus histiocytoma in dogs images content.

Pranayama, to be effective, should indeed be done as slowly as possible. (See Yoga web pages for details of traditional hatha yoga histiocytoma in dogs images teaching and quotes from ancient Sanskrit manuscripts. The links to Yoga web pages can be found in histiocytoma in dogs images the top menu.) Therefore, if we want positive biochemical changes in compositions of the histiocytoma in dogs images predominant gases in the lungs and blood (carbon dioxide and oxygen), Pranayama or slow breathing exercises need to be shallow or histiocytoma in dogs images focus on reduced breathing (after the practice the student should be breathing less air histiocytoma in dogs images than before). As such, it is silly and above all incorrect to call any histiocytoma in dogs images type of Pranayama a “deep breathing” exercise.

While deep breathing is damaging for your health, temporary deep breathing still has one useful application. It can be used in situations where certain parameters need histiocytoma in dogs images to be tested. This kind of testing is called a hyperventilation provocation test histiocytoma in dogs images or deep breathing test. The benefits of this test are in the immediate reproductions histiocytoma in dogs images of symptoms of some chronic diseases (heart disease, asthma, panic attacks, epilepsy seizures, and some others). This deep breathing test has been used by hundreds of histiocytoma in dogs images doctors for decades. It helps to discover the most vulnerable system or organ histiocytoma in dogs images in people with many chronic conditions. The web page Hyperventilation Provocation Test provides numerous clinical studies histiocytoma in dogs images and medical quotes. Deep breathing can cause horrible chest pain

Angina pain is one of the most unpleasant pains. In 1997, the American Journal of Cardiology published results of a study histiocytoma in dogs images with the title, “ Hyperventilation as a specific test for diagnosis of coronary artery histiocytoma in dogs images spasm” (Nakao et al., 1997). 206 patients with cardiovascular disease were asked to hyperventilate. All of them had angina pain due to coronary artery histiocytoma in dogs images spasms and tissue hypoxia.

People with respiratory conditions (such as severe asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, COPD, and so forth) often experience breathing problems or breathing difficulties since CO2 is histiocytoma in dogs images a powerful bronchodilator. Therefore, overbreathing immediately causes bronchospasm and can cause less oxygen to histiocytoma in dogs images get into the arterial blood since some bronchi and bronchioles histiocytoma in dogs images can collapse completely. This is how they develop and worsen their health problems. Millions of people are looking for benefits or advantages of histiocytoma in dogs images deep breathing

Millions of people look for deep breathing exercises to cure histiocytoma in dogs images their health issues (many among them are patients with heart failure). Others are looking for deep breathing to fight fatigue. Some medical doctors, nurses, and physiotherapists advise deep breathing or deep lumbar breathing to histiocytoma in dogs images their patients. These medical professionals often encourage coughing, and deep breathing after surgery or deep breathing for patients histiocytoma in dogs images with pneumonia inclining that deep abdominal breathing improves health. Thousands of ordinary people believe in deep breathing benefits. Most alternative health leaders are in the same state of histiocytoma in dogs images confusion about the exact parameters of breathing for ideal health. Very few of them can answer a simple but important histiocytoma in dogs images health question: “What unconscious breathing pattern provides us with maximum body oxygenation?”

Medical research studies and physiological science could not find any histiocytoma in dogs images deep breathing benefits or advantages of hyperventilation. There is not a single study that has proven or histiocytoma in dogs images shown that, in ordinary conditions, people need to get rid of as much carbon dioxide histiocytoma in dogs images as possible or that there are some mysterious benefits of histiocytoma in dogs images deep breathing. In fact, a human being will die within minutes if carbon dioxide histiocytoma in dogs images levels drop to a quarter or fifth of the physiological histiocytoma in dogs images norm.

At the same time, thousands of professional medical and physiological studies and experiments have histiocytoma in dogs images proven the adverse effects of acute and chronic overbreathing (hyperventilation) and hypocapnia (low CO2 levels) on cells, tissues, organs and systems of the human organism. Many professional publications and available scientific evidence confirm the importance histiocytoma in dogs images of normal carbon dioxide concentrations for various organs and systems histiocytoma in dogs images in the human body. This website has hundreds of research papers that prove that histiocytoma in dogs images carbon dioxide is a regulator of numerous vital processes (see links below). Most of all, low CO2 in the lungs causes low O2 levels in histiocytoma in dogs images body cells.

Especially in the medical sector, professionals should advise their patients appropriately. Patients with asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, COPD, cystic fibrosis, or other respiratory problems, that have recently undergone surgery should be advised not to histiocytoma in dogs images cough out their mucus or breath deeply. If they breathe less, their bodies will produce less mucus. Reduced breathing will also cause Cilia to work better to histiocytoma in dogs images remove any existing mucus (since cilia also require more oxygen and blood supply for histiocytoma in dogs images better work). Any deep abdominal breathing should only be done as an histiocytoma in dogs images exercise and should be performed as slowly as possible with histiocytoma in dogs images the purpose of increasing CO2 in the body. After such exercises, the patient should be breathing slower and less. Patients with pneumonia should follow the same rules if they histiocytoma in dogs images want to improve their health. Deep breaths can only fight fatigue and heart failure if histiocytoma in dogs images these patients accumulate more CO2 during the exercise and breathe histiocytoma in dogs images less afterward, or even better, 24/7. Historical roots of the deep breathing and CO2 myths

In the 1780s, French scientist Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier determined the composition of air. He also discovered the mechanism of gas exchange during respiration. Oxygen is consumed for the production of energy, and carbon dioxide is expelled as an end product. Many mice died in his classical experiments, where he put the animals in closed glass jars exposing histiocytoma in dogs images them to an atmosphere that contained large quantities of carbon histiocytoma in dogs images dioxide and almost no oxygen. Candles also quickly expired in such environments.

The superficial understanding of respiration that carbon dioxide is a histiocytoma in dogs images gas that is “toxic, waste, and poisonous” and that oxygen brings life and vigor, probably started around that time in our history. “Take a deep breath,” “Breathe more air – it is good for your health,” “Breathe deeper, get more air in your lungs, we need oxygen,” etc. became popular phrases. Even now, some scientific publications contain such misleading sentences, as “Respiration is the process of oxygen delivery.”

“ Likeness of Life to Fire. Lavoisier’s supreme contribution to science and particularly to physiology was histiocytoma in dogs images the demonstration that, in their broad outlines, combustion in a fire and respiratory metabolism in an animal histiocytoma in dogs images are identical. Both consist of the union of oxygen from the air histiocytoma in dogs images with carbonaceous material: and both result in the liberation of heat and the histiocytoma in dogs images production of carbon dioxide…

The human mind is inherently inclined to take a moralistic histiocytoma in dogs images view of nature. Prior to the modern scientific era, which only goes back a generation or two, if indeed it can be said as yet even to histiocytoma in dogs images have begun in popular thought, nearly every problem was viewed as an alternative between good histiocytoma in dogs images and evil, righteousness and sin, God and the Devil. This superstitious slant still distorts the conceptions of health and histiocytoma in dogs images disease; indeed, it is mainly derived from the experience of physical suffering. Lavoisier contributed unintentionally to this conception when he defined the histiocytoma in dogs images life-supporting character of oxygen and the suffocating power of carbon histiocytoma in dogs images dioxide. Accordingly, for more than a century after his death, and even now in the field of respiration and related histiocytoma in dogs images functions, oxygen typifies the Good and carbon dioxide is still regarded histiocytoma in dogs images as a spirit of Evil. There could scarcely be a greater misconception of the true histiocytoma in dogs images biological relations of these gases…

Carbon dioxide is, in fact, a more fundamental component of living matter than is oxygen. Life probably existed on earth for millions of years prior histiocytoma in dogs images to the carboniferous era, in an atmosphere containing a much larger amount of carbon histiocytoma in dogs images dioxide than at present. There may even have been a time when there was histiocytoma in dogs images no free oxygen available in the air. Even now, such animals as ascaris will live and be active in histiocytoma in dogs images an atmosphere of hydrogen and entirely without oxygen”

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