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Most of us in the West breathe badly and this has an adverse effect on our health. Almost every disease is associated with poor breathing, and by simply improving our breathing with a little training, whatever health problem we may have will also be improved and even, in some cases, eliminated.

Better Breathing Means Better Health Michael Lingard

    • Health & Fitness

Most of us in the West breathe badly and this has an adverse effect on our health. Almost every disease is associated with poor breathing, and by simply improving our breathing with a little training, whatever health problem we may have will also be improved and even, in some cases, eliminated.

    Your Progress & Feedback - Can I Help?

    Your Progress & Feedback - Can I Help?

    Your Progress & Feedback - Can I Help You?
    It would be good to get your feedback about this training course so that we can improve it in any way and offer you more personalized help. If you could email me your starting Control Pause and your most recent Control Pause you achieved after completing the course. During December I will send a free copy of my eFlipBook "The Breath Connection" for every feedback I get. Just to give you an idea of the eFlipBook and to further boost your health this is my eFlipBook on diet. Download and enjoy:

    • 7 min
    What you eat affects how you breathe & how you breathe affects what you eat!

    What you eat affects how you breathe & how you breathe affects what you eat!

    This episode explains the remarkable relationship between our eating habits and our breathing quality. It is based on research of over two hundred and fifty patients over the past three years. The good news is that as you improve either your breathing or your diet, your eating choices or your quality of breathing will also improve. To learn more about diet check out my podcast “The World’s Finest Diet”.

    • 7 min
    General Health Questions

    General Health Questions

    Hi, this is Michael Lingard, your Buteyko Educator, welcoming you to the final episode of Better Breathing Means Better Health and offering you my congratulations on completing this course. You now have the understanding and tools to continue improving your breathing and health in the future.
    Just to remind you of the powerful impact on your health that improved breathing will have, you can download leaflets on the subjects covered below:
    If you don’t have access while listening to this podcast, go to my website at , where you will be able to download them there.

    • 7 min
    Some Important Points

    Some Important Points

    Hi, this is Michael Lingard, your Buteyko Educator, welcoming you to episode 14 and offering you my congratulations on completing this course. You now have the understanding and tools to continue improving your breathing and health in the future.

    Chronic Hidden Hyperventilation is a serious condition and as such safety is paramount with the management of this condition. This final episode will highlight areas that you should take particular care over and remember that this course is a general presentation and each individual is unique. No responsibility can be taken for any adverse reactions to the training or your failure to follow the safety recommendations given; always, if in doubt, consult your doctor, or your own Buteyko Educator for advice.

    You are recommended to check all the following important points now and from time to time in the future to ensure you are following the best practice of the Buteyko Method.

    • 8 min
    Stopping Buteyko Exercises & Taping

    Stopping Buteyko Exercises & Taping

    Hi, welcome to episode thirteen of Better Breathing Means Better Health. I hope by now you are really making progress and feeling the benefits of better breathing. One of the great attractions of the Buteyko Method breath training is that people don’t need to carry on doing exercises indefinitely, but once their carbon dioxide receptors have been re-set and they are achieving good control pauses of 35 to 45 seconds all the time, then they can begin to reduce their exercises and eventually stop them altogether.

    So at some time in the future, you will have established a new habit of breathing normally, you will have a morning control pause of over thirty-five and will often achieve control pauses of over forty. You will have achieved ideal breathing when your control pause is between forty-five and sixty seconds.

    • 4 min
    Sealing the Leaks & Talking Like The Queen

    Sealing the Leaks & Talking Like The Queen

    Episode # 10 Sealing the Leaks & Talking Like The Queen

    Hi, welcome to episode ten of Better Breathing Means Better Health entitled Sealing the leaks and Talking Like The Queen.
    As you will now know, our breathing is controlled automatically by the level of carbon dioxide in our body. It is a good image to hold in one's mind that our lungs are not just the means to get oxygen for our body but act as reservoirs or tanks of carbon dioxide that need to be kept at just the right level.
    Maintaining this image of the lungs as reservoirs or tanks of Carbon Dioxide that help maintain the normal 6% CO2 in our body, we can think of activities that may lead to “leaks” from the tanks.

    • 6 min

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