resperate

Resperate Dear Mike, Namaste This is just to share some information with you. I received an email today from Heart center online about a device called Resperate, claiming to be a breakthrough thrapeutic device, cleared by FDA to lower blood pressure without drugs. After reading some details about it and how it functions, I find that it is on the

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inflammation

Inflammation, Breathing and Oxygen Lots of talk about inflammation these days. Inflammation is not a cause, it is a symptom. Acute or chronic. Acute is the warning and healing reaction. Chronic is the bad one. It will be interesting when we can scan for low grade chronic inflammation and then using medicine, or diet or exercise find a way to

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high-blood-pressure

High Blood Pressure Leading edge medical professionals such as Drs. Andrew Weil, Michael Kudlas, and Robert Fried are teaching that optimal breathing has many more benefits than heretofore realized by modern medicine. Several clients have told me that their so called uncontrollable high blood pressure was handled by using one of my recorded breathing exercises Better Breathing Exercise #1 Science

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irregular-heart-beat

Irregular Heartbeat, Arythmia The Autonomic Nervous System (including your heart) is like a team of horses. It follows the lead horse. Your breathing is the only simply and practical part of the ANS that you can consciously control. So, aside from some congenital defect or very unusual circumstance, when you control your breath rate and depth and balance and your

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shortness-of-breath-heart-attacks

Shortness of Breath (SOB) and Heart Attacks From Mike: I have long been advocating the heightened awareness of shortness of breath as a sign of possible heart condition or an actual cause of heart condition. Chicken or egg issue here but mostly chicken (SOB). Shortness of breath causes or worsens heart troubles. Breathing gives oxygen. Hearts go into spasm (attack)

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chronic illnesses

Chronic Illnesses The following is a list of common illnesses that are correlated with unbalanced, under-developed, dysfunctional breathing. a. Abnormal ECG changes b. Addictions to substances (eg. cigarettes/nicotine, alcohol, recreational drugs, etc.) c. Addictions to activities (eg. compulsive gambling, spending money, sex, anger management issues, etc.) d. Allergies e. Anxiety and/or panic attacks f. Asthma g. Attention issues (ADD, ADHD,

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cancer

Cancer Prevention and Cure? I am really sick and tired of the cancer industry bilking and killing millions in the name of “health”. On the other hand we don’t compete with conventional Western medicine, we compliment it. It is our intention to provide the knowledge and materials that can improve the lives of millions of human beings; to awaken the

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blood-pressure

Blood pressure medication study reveals JAMA internal Medicine Feb 24, 2014 showed that if you are a senior taking blood pressure drugs you significantly increase the risk of falls. Hip fractures, broken bones, major head injuries. If you have fallen once and you stay on the meds your odds are doubled of falling again. The falls are often worse than

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