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Cystic Fibrosis: Defeated With High Self-Oxygenation Methods - New Amazon Kindle eBook

Cystic Fibrosis - Amazon Book by Dr. Artour Rakhimov

In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Artour Rakhimov analyzes, reviews, and quotes about 160 clinical studies devoted to various aspects of cystic fibrosis, such as its causes, breathing patterns in people with cystic fibrosis, effects of their abnormal breathing on body oxygen levels, the immune system, bronchospasm, and other systems and organs.

Decreased oxygen content in body cells results in troubles in the efficiency of microscopic ionic pumps that transport compounds and water throughout the mucosal layers. This effect is observed even in healthful persons, yet it is more substantial in men and women with cystic fibrosis as a direct consequence of the faulty CFTR gene.

The cause of decreased oxygen levels in body cells in individuals with cystic fibrosis, as a variety of physiological investigations highlighted, is their own heavy and deep automatic or basal breathing 24 / 7.

Chronic hyperventilation can not enhance blood oxygenation given that normal amounts are near 98-99 percent. Accordingly, the primary outcome of hyperventilation refers to low blood carbon dioxide quantity and spasm of arteries since CO2 is a robust vasodilator. For that reason, lessened blood CO2 quantity brings about cell hypoxia. In addition to that, chronic over-breathing also leads to bronchospasm and can certainly produce injury to lung tissue. That can trigger increased ventilation-perfusion mismatch in addition to destruction of alveoli together with worsened O2 transportation in the lung area as well as excessive blood CO2 quantity. This causes a stuffy nose and GI problems as well.

Dropped oxygen content in tissues brings about the abnormal functionality of ionic pumps leading to development of too solid and viscous mucus as well as suppression of the body's defense mechanisms. All these issues increase development of pathogens in men and women with cystic fibrosis in the respiratory and also intestinal systems. Other internal organs are also under several variations of physiological and biochemical pressure owing to lessened oxygen content in organs. Here is a helpful remedy for a stuffy nose.

In accordance with thousands of test by Russian medical experts, Dr. Artour Rakhimov suggests an easy to use do-it-yourself body oxygen test. This testing also reflects the degree of chronic hyperventilation syndrome. Typically, when a person has heavy and deep automatic breathing, he or she has inadequate results for this check.

The outcomes of this health related examination estimate development, prognosis, and life-span in men and women with cystic fibrosis. Men and women with mild level of cystic fibrosis frequently have only close to 15-20 seconds for this specific body oxygen test, while the healthcare standard is 40 seconds. Hence, the advised solution for cystic fibrosis is to decrease automatic breathing back to the standard and improve oxygen concentrations in body cells by natural means.

Doctor Artour E. Rakhimov offers a plan and his personal interesting experience regarding productive removal of top symptoms of cystic fibrosis in his learners using natural breathing techniques based upon breathing normalization.

This clinical plan is dependent on experience of Russian MDs in breathing normalization of people with cystic fibrosis Russian Buteyko and Frolov doctors. The advocated treatments target those lifestyle elements that affect oxygen pressure in body cells and make use of breathing exercises which improve oxygen levels in body tissues. The ebook gives in-depth information of essential life style aspects that boost oxygen levels in body cells and reduce warning signs of cystic fibrosis sooner or later leading to total clinical

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