People often don't feel well when it's windy. Why is this?
Dr. Buteyko explained that with windy weather comes a change of atmospheric pressure. This reduces the level of carbon dioxide in the lungs, which is already scarce for most people. A CO2 deficit always leads to the deterioration of health and makes symptoms more active. This explains why a person's health is often worse during the spring when the weather is unstable and often windy.
When you know how to reduce your breathing, you can overcome the impact of windy weather on your health. When your breathing becomes healthy, you will no longer be affected by weather changes.