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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Buteyko Breathing Reconsidered- 6th 1993 November


Why did you not tell us that shallow breathing was preferable? [As it is with the Buteyko method.]

BECAUSE it is not - at least, not to be prescribed to everyone. That is why. The equation is:
  • The metabolic rate determines volume = lesser capacity in lung - inhale - expanded lung - exhale, BUT the ratio of inhale to exhale is consistent, and the time of metabolic consideration is the same.
The hurried man can definitely monitor his balance according to the conscious reformation - in addition to this the atmosphere is altered. However shallow breath is not necessarily the prescribed way for all to breathe. It is a question of time in relation to capacity: a slow breath in and a slow breath out i.e. a metabolic rate which complements the transfusion of breath-digestion. 

The point missed is that: breath in - 1,2,3, breath out - 1,2,3 (over 3 seconds). Breath in - 1,2,3,4,5, and breath out - 1,2,3,4,5, (over 5 seconds). The asthmatic has breath in 1,2,3,4,5, breath out 1,2,3,4,5, over 3 seconds, for example.

It relates specifically to speed and metabolic rate rather than volume - but the volume reduction can and will 'even' the assimilative timing. As agreed, all of the lung is penetrated and used.

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