Dr Artour Rakhimov

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Not Only Mutated CFTR Gene, But Also Cell Hypoxia Is Necessary for Cystic Fibrosis to Develop

08th June 2011
Low body oxygen affects all cells and organs in the human body. It is commonly known and proven in medicine that diminished tissue oxygenation results in diabetes, obesity, insulin resistance, suppressed immune system, chronic inflammation, angina pectori... Read >

Benefits of Buteyko Mouth Taping Technique for Night Sleep and Better Wellbeing

24th May 2011
Buteyko Mouth Taping Technique is a part of the Buteyko breathing technique. When Dr. Konstantin Buteyko taught his first patients (mostly hospitalized people with severe asthma and heart diseases), they all discovered that sleep produces a profound adver... Read >

Deep Breathing Pattern and Mouth Breathing Reduce Cell Oxygen Levels

08th February 2011
On the surface, it seems that there are no distinctions between mouth and nasal breathing or between automatic deep breathing (hyperventilation) and normal breathing. All of us continue to obtain o2 into the lungs and bloodstream and get rid of harmful ca... Read >

Urge-To-Cough and Coughing Cause Explained

19th January 2011
Urge-to-cough refelex and the cause of cough remain a mystery for the medical science, while medications or common drugs (except opioids), according to recent clinical reviews, still do not offer a relief from chronic coughing. Meanwhile, there are many d... Read >

Abnormal Breathing Is the Cause of Nasal Congestion

19th January 2011
Up to 10-15% of world's population suffer from chronic problems with nasal congestion. Overcounter medication and creams do not provide an efficient relief from this problem. What is the mechanism and cause of sinusitis and related conditions? Nasal c... Read >

Main challenges and rewards of learning Buteyko breathing retraining exercises

13th July 2010
The goal of this method is to improve oxygenation of the body and preserve it at peak achievable degree 24-7. Consequently, to learn the Buteyko method means to permanently normalize somebody's breathing pattern. The major test of the technique is cal... Read >

Infant Noisy Breathing, and Its Treatment, Effects, Causes, Prevention

13th July 2010
The normal breathing rate in infants can be up to two to four times greater than in adults. Nevertheless, noisy breathing in infants is definitely a mark of low body CO2 reserves. This chemical is essential for hundreds of body physiological processes and... Read >

Mouth breathing evils in toddlers, infants, babies and children: and what is normal and healthy

13th July 2010
The article discusses the most important discoveries in this area and answers such questions as, "Should I worry about my 5 year old breathing through his mouth?" "How to make children to breathe through their nose?" "What are the causes for breathing t... Read >