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Breathless When Jogging
"I, like a few of my friends have taken up many cardio exercises in the last year. Even though we train hard and regularly we always find ourselves very out of breath even doing light jogging.

I wanted to know if we were breathing correctly and scoured the web for information on proper breathing techniques and that's when I came across you're website. I had never before heard of breathing through the nose only and this seemed to make sense after reading some of your articles. I then decided to introduce your site to a couple of friends and they were also intrigued by the information on breathing techniques.

I have tried this method and it wasn't as taxing as i first thought it would be. I am however needing to breathe through my mouth now and then especially when faced with a steep incline. I read that at first its a little difficult and gets easier as time progresses. I hope this is the case and would like any more information you have on this fascinating topic so that i could better help myself and educate others in this possible technique.
I have spoken to several hardcore joggers about this and non of them have heard of this before. I look forward to any more information you can give me."

From Mike:
Walking, even race walking, is better for you and more readily allows nose breathing. The folks that live the longest vitality filled lives walk or swim, not jog. I recently (2012) nose breathed to a 1500K race-walk bronze medal in the Senior Games. To make better use of the nose breathing aspect one needs to address developing their breathing . www.breathing.com/energy.htm  Also try Nasivent (try the medium first. (I am 6'2 in and use the large) at Amazon.com  They open the nostrils better than Breathe Right Strips although Breathe Right can be very helpful as well. Rolfing to open the nostrils may be helpful. Surgeries often do not last beyond 5 years or you have a constant need to medicate or nasal irrigation due to key membranes being removed.
 Breathing Through the Nose


ADD - Attention Deficit Disorder

From Marie: I have a feeling many are misdiagnosed, I see a lot of talk about pill's of one type or another, meds being the only thing that works for AADD/ADD, and say Baloney! I take all kinds of meds and don't see them do much of anything. My boss is a rad/onc and I see daily the effects of people who do not want to change their life style to accommodate (prevent) their illness.

Some actually believe that what they eat has no bearing on their mental as well as their physical health. We are an over fed under nourished country.

I only made it 3 days with no refined carbs-by Tuesday night I was climbing the wall and snapping at everyone. I relapsed with ice cream. During the 3 days I ate nothing white-my sleep improved-I made it to REM and had some vivid dreams. That is a BIG change-I usually sleep no longer than 2 hours at a stretch, wake up for 1/2 hr-back to sleep. It's very hard to make this kind of change, but I so want to feel better.

Dear Marie:

I feel for you in the job you have to do. I care not for most oncologists as I believe they are working with an inadequate paradigm taught in a dysfunctional educational system that too often kills people. Not that they are bad people they just do not help the person live, if that is what the person would like to do. And who wouldn't want to live if they were healthy and happy. Oncologists do not have the tools they should have for the responsibilities and powers they get paid big bucks for. They too often wear people down with chemo and surgery to where death is actually welcome.

Please try to wake up the email list group ADD moderators and get them open to the idea that holism is a lot more then taking meds and paying excessive and too often stupid-doctor-bills. To put one's trust and even life in the hands of an oncologist is in my opinion sometimes but rarely appropriate and most often damn poor odds for regaining optimum health or even surviving.

Frankly I would do a two week to one month intensive with strict internal cleansing, oxygenation, digestion,  stretching, breathing redevelopment and vegan foods to see what happens with the ADD symptoms. I'll bet they reduce a little, a lot, or all together. Individual responsibility and holistic treatment are dearly needed here.  Integrate all this with this Recommended Program     Add http://www.breathing.com/e3live.htm

Click on http://www.livingnutrition.com or try http://www.living-foods.com. It is another web site that has a HUGE chat line with a lot of good, even brilliant people, and of course, with a group that large, a few jerks and zealots.

Also http://www.rawfood.com. They have a good retreat center.

I just do not have the time to address this now. It is not my specialty. Breathing is, and EVERYTHING gets impacted by how we breathe. EVERYTHING. Some things more than others. Breathing just HAS to be a significant component to ADD.

Good luck. You have your work cut out for you. But I believe you can beat it because you have a great attitude and see the mistakes and inconsistencies of the Western Medical Doctor and are not fooled by their often well meaning but miss-information, outright BS and all too often deadly advice. There are a lot a capable health professionals in the world. Here is one of them
Blessings,

mike


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asthmatic Wants Off Drugs and Steroids

Hi.
I am an asthmatic. Went “off” cortisone about 10 months ago. Battling with breathing. Medical doctors want me to go back onto cortisone. Using inhaler plus theophylline daily. Need guidance on breathing techniques, so that I can be able to exercise, sing etc, without battling for breath. Thanks, maya

Begin here. No More Asthma
I'll back you up on the phone.
mike


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