La façon dont nous respirons peut provoquer des allergies. Apprenez à mieux respirer !

La façon dont nous respirons peut provoquer des allergies. Apprenez à mieux respirer !

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The Way We Breathe May Cause Allergies. Learn How to Breathe Better!

Gain insights into the connection between allergies and your breathing and know how Optimal Breathing techniques can help you learn to breathe better.

The Way We Breathe May Cause Allergies

The connection between the bad air and allergies is a no-brainer. CLEAN THE AIR.

There is a huge aspect of allergy causes not widely understood: The way we breathe.

A 39-year-old man presented with stopped-up nostrils. MDs could find no reason. We changed his breathing in two sessions, and his nostrils opened up.

Unbalanced/shallow/high chest breathing inhibits digestion. Poor digestion allows larger chunks of undigested to go into the bloodstream. These cause excessive white blood cell production and vascular engorgement/swelling. Dairy, many grains, and chocolate (not cocoa) often also cause allergic reactions.

When the breathing is out of balance, we vaso-constrict. A poor breathing pattern (see Superman Syndrome) produces more adrenaline production (saving the world is stressful). This 24/7 "stress" can wear out our adrenals, causing them to fire too often. To offset the adrenaline, we produce more histamine (remember we take an anti-histamine with cold symptoms) and become more sensitive to undigested foreign bodies.

See the animated balanced breathing pattern to the right and the arrow in the figure to the right representing an even flow of unobstructed flow or wave stemming from that balanced wave.

Note the "speed bump" block in the breath wave to the right. It blocks the even wave or flow of breathing

See the below organs affected by this restriction.

Imagine how many nerves, muscles, and organs can be compromised by this block and the corresponding poor postures (emotional anatomy) below.

The arrows show the hypothetical fullest to the most dysfunctional breathing patterns and energy flows.

Emotions influence adrenaline. Anger and fear add to adrenaline and cortisol production. Excessive stress adds to all this. The way we breathe worsens or resolves any emotional response.

The Health Magazine reports that Japanese researchers exposed 26 allergic people to cat hair and dust, first while they watched a Charlie Chaplin film and again while they gazed at a weather video. A good laugh reduces the person’s reaction to irritants by up to 75 percent. Deep gut-level laughter opens up the breathing spaces and invites improved posture, albeit only temporarily. The answer is to permanently change the way you breathe. In any event, you will find me at Dangerfield's Comedy Club on almost every visit to New York City. I LOVE to laugh.

A good cry works a lot the same way (and can even improve your voice). They BOTH, when possible, require deeper, easier breathing. But when the breathing is severely restricted or unbalanced, deep laughing, crying (and speaking) are restricted.

Have the last laugh on the prescription drug industry. See a funny movie. Develop your breathing with our Breathing Improvement program.

Wake up stuffy-nosed? Catch a cold? This is usually a backup of undigested food referred to earlier and also ANY food in excess as that causes white blood cell increase; poor environments such as air, bed, household furniture, dust, etc; some kinds of over-the-counter or prescribed medication or recent shot.

Breath rates and food allergies

Measure the breath rate before consuming and 15 minutes after consuming the suspect food. The increase of 15 BPM is for sure an allergen; 10-15 BPM is likely one; below 9 is not allergic. But it sometimes takes up to a week for an allergen to surface. That is why the mono diet, where you eat just one food for a week and then add one and so on, is the best test.

Another form of stress that we usually do not think of as stress is weight training. Superman syndrome attempts to introduce people to the WAY they body-build. Creating tight muscles around the breathing will restrict its volume. When we try to breathe deeper into those tight muscles, we strengthen the speed bump and ass to our stress. There are weight training workarounds for this in the Secrets manual in the Optimal Breathing Self-Mastery Kit.

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