You're Breathing Wrong: The Buteyko Breathing Method


Breathe in. Breathe out.

Have you ever paid attention to what really happens as your body gathers oxygen? Does your chest puff out? Do your shoulders rise? If so, there’s a chance that your breathing technique could use some correction. Deep breathing from the diaphragm is the way to go and you might be surprised at the many health benefits it can have.

On this week’s episode Ed discusses a particular breathing method that may help with a plethora of health problems. The Buteyko Breathing Method was invented by Russian medical scientist Konstantin Buteyko in the 1950’s, but is gaining a good bit of traction in today’s modern culture. With a little training and discipline, you can integrate this into your own life and see the results so many other have!

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“Carbon dioxide has some very interesting purposes. It actually allows the hemoglobin to release the oxygen in your cells. So even if your breathing in a lot of oxygen, if it doesn’t get released into the blood you’re getting no benefit from it. Oxygen is what is going to fuel your cells.”