Buteyko method

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Buteyko method

(ˌbuːˈteɪkəʊ)
n
(Complementary Medicine) a breath control technique used to prevent hyperventilation and treat asthma without drugs
[C20: named after Konstantin P. Buteyko (1923–2003), Russian physician]
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Anyone interested in learning the Buteyko Breathing Method for themselves can do so in person or online with a Buteyko Learning Educator.
Mr McKeown, author of Asthma Free Naturally, also says asthma sufferers should try the Buteyko breathing method to help control the severity of their attacks.
The Buteyko Breathing Method, developed over 50 years ago, is a form of breathing that establishes healthy carbon dioxide levels in the body.
Having read this book by McKeown, a qualified doctor resident in Ireland and now running clinics to teach a system known as the Buteyko breathing method, I now understand this illness a lot better and more importantly, have some hope that I can either stop using these drugs one day, or at the very least reduce them greatly.
The whole subject is explained very simply and it has convinced me at least to give this Buteyko breathing method a go.
Jill sold her pounds 82,500 home to help pay for research into the Buteyko Breathing Method, after it allowed her to overcome asthma without inhalers and steroids.
Jill, 45, is convinced the Buteyko Breathing Method works after it allowed her to ditch her own inhalers and steroids.
Jill is convinced the Buteyko Breathing Method works, after it allowed her to ditch her own inhalers and steroids.
She is convinced the Buteyko Breathing Method works, but it has not yet been accepted as a treatment on the NHS.
Try reading about the Buteyko Breathing method, featured on the health page in this issue, as you may also find this of interest.