This Online School Represents
the Russian patent holder
of the Buteyko Method

This Online School Represents
the Russian patent holder
of the Buteyko Method

This Online School Represents
the Russian patent holder
of the Buteyko Method

Nose vs Mouth

The Effects of Mouth Breathing On Dental Health

Breathing from your mouth may not seem like a big deal—in fact, for many people it is their regular way of breathing  — but the truth is, this breathing pattern is abnormal and therefore can have some serious health consequences.

Mouth-breathing can be your body’s emergency backup, but not the default. For instance, if you start breathing through your mouth during nasal congestion, you should revert to healthy breathing—namely, nasal breathing—when the congestion clears. After all, breathing through the nose is how our bodies are designed to breathe!

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Why Is Nitric Oxide Important to Health?

How to Generate Nitric Oxide 

Breathe through your nose to generate nitric oxidUntil a few decades ago, scientists and researches paid little attention to the role of nitric oxide in the body. But that changed in the 1990s when nitric oxide was proclaimed as the “molecule of the year.” Scientists discovered that nitric oxide plays a significant role in our health and essential for maintaining homeostasis or balance within the body. 

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Does Nose Breathing Help With Anxiety And Panic Attacks?

Absolutely! Nasal breathing might not make you completely healthy, but it will improve the function of your nervous system significantly. It will make you calmer and less reactive.

Normal breathing for human beings is breathing through the nose: the mouth prepares food for our digestion, the nose thoroughly conditions air for our consumption. When a person is silently breathing through the nose, the brain receives the message that everything is okay. We are supposed to breathe through the mouth only in extreme situations. If you need to run fast to save your life, it is appropriate to breathe through the mouth. However, if you breathe through your mouth, for example, when your spouse criticizes you, your brain receives a signal that it is a life-threatening situation and creates the fight-or-flight response, also called the acute stress response. This can trigger an anxiety or panic attack.

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3 Reasons You Should Become a Nose Breather

Learn how to breathe through your noseWhy should I stop breathing through my mouth? 

Breathing through the nose is the way our bodies were designed to breathe. It’s estimated that up to 30-50% of adults breathe through their mouths. Scientists have linked habitual mouth breathing to various medical issues like sleep problems, tooth decay, jaw deformities in children, and not to mention, bad breath.
Here are some other reasons why you need to become a nose breather:

 

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How Does Your Child Breathe?

What does it mean to breathe in a healthy way? It means first of all, breathing through the nose, breathing quietly.

Dr. Buteyko said if a child is breathing through his or her mouth, it means that this child is not healthy; whether this child has some symptoms, some indications of health issues or not, that’s not important. What important is that health of this child is out of balance, and therefore it will manifest sooner or later as a disease.

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Portrait Sasha

Breathing Normalization BlogBlogger:  Sasha Yakovleva

Sasha Yakovleva is an expert on the Buteyko Breathing Normalization Method and Russian Healing Arts, an Advanced Breathing Normalization Specialist and co-founder of BreathingCenter.com. Her work has been featured in The New York Times and many other publications, TV, and radio programs.

She is the author of the books Breathe To Heal, Adenoids Without Surgery, as well as the instructional DVD series called The Buteyko Breathing Normalization Method, and the CD - Breathing Normalization Meditations.

 
 

Portrait Sasha

Breathing Normalization Blog
Blogger: Sasha Yakovleva

Sasha Yakovleva is an expert on the Buteyko Breathing Normalization Method and Russian Healing Arts, an Advanced Breathing Normalization Specialist and co-founder of BreathingCenter.com. Her work has been featured in The New York Times and many other publications, TV, and radio programs.

She is the author of the books Breathe To Heal, Adenoids Without Surgery, as well as the instructional DVD series called The Buteyko Breathing Normalization Method, and the CD - Breathing Normalization Meditations.

 
 

Portrait Sasha

Breathing Normalization Blog
Blogger: Sasha Yakovleva

Sasha Yakovleva is an expert on the Buteyko Breathing Normalization Method and Russian Healing Arts, an Advanced Breathing Normalization Specialist and co-founder of BreathingCenter.com. Her work has been featured in The New York Times and many other publications, TV, and radio programs.

She is the author of the books Breathe To Heal, Adenoids Without Surgery, as well as the instructional DVD series called The Buteyko Breathing Normalization Method, and the CD - Breathing Normalization Meditations.

 

* Disclaimer: Breathing Center's services are educational, not medical; Buteyko Breathing Normalization Specialists are teachers and trainers, not medical doctors. The results of application of the Buteyko Breathing Normalization method may vary from person to person. We cannot guarantee identical results to everyone.

 

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