If you have asthma or another breathing disorder you know how frightening it is when you can’t breathe. Panic sets in and you open your mouth to gasp for air, none is forthcoming.
You reach for a rescue inhaler and wait for the airways to open.
Scientific studies show that these attacks can be better prevented and managed by simple natural solutions.
The first thing that is vital for you to do switch from mouth to nasal breathing. By mouth-breathing you are hyperventilating which blocks oxygen absorption.
Low levels of carbon dioxide cause airways to constrict, congest and inflame. And that increases breathlessness.
The second tip is to relax. By relaxing you retain carbon dioxide and more oxygen can be absorbed, relieving breathlessness. This is called The Bhor Viergo Effect.
Another method which can helps restore normal breathing is the mini-breath-hold exercises.
Mini-breath-holds of 3 to 5 seconds in length, (on an partial exhale) with 15 seconds of normal breathing in between, can increase carbon dioxide and relax and open your airways. Its like the brown