Effects of Buteyko Breathing on Osteochondrosis, Polyarthritis, Bone Fractures

- Updated on August 3, 2019
Effects of Buteyko Breathing on Osteochondrosis, Polyarthritis, Bone Fractures 1By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author

Diseases of the musculoskeletal system

Osteochondrosis

– Elimination of the symptoms (pain and unpleasant sensations due to bony necrosis).
– With the increased CP, a gradual normalization of restorative processes in the affected areas and bone re-growth.
– High CPs (over 35 s) for some weeks result in healing of the bone in a relatively normal shape and absence of any symptoms.
– Prevention of surgery, as in case of Legg-Calve-Perthes disease, and the need for joint replacement.
– Prevention of complications (e.g., arthritis).
– Significant improvements in the quality of life.

Polyarthritis

– Immediate reduction or elimination of pain.
– With the increased CP, gradual reduction in joint swelling, and their stiffness and restrictions of movements.
– When the student achieved 35 s morning CP and maintained this level for some weeks, normalization of the regenerative processes in the affected areas leads to the elimination of degenerative processes, inflammation, and joint damage and complete disappearance of symptoms.
– Prevention of surgery and the need for joint replacement.
– Prevention of complications.
– Normalization of the emotional life of the students and significant improvements in the quality of life.

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Chronically poor healing of bone fractures

– Immediate reduction or elimination of pain.
– With the increased CP, gradual reduction in possible swelling, stiffness, and restrictions of movements.
– When the student achieved 35 s morning CP and maintained this level for some weeks, normalization of the regenerative processes in the affected areas leads to the elimination of degenerative processes, inflammation, and healing of the fracture and complete disappearance of symptoms.
– Prevention of surgery and the need for joint replacement.
– Prevention of complications.
– Significant improvements in the quality of life.

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