Dr. Artour Rakhimov reviews medical studies related to heavy breathing and low body oxygenation in people with asthma, heart disease, and diabetes.
People with these and other health problems have up to 12-18 liters per minute for their minute ventilation at rest. The normal value is only 6 L/min – see http://www.e-breathing.com/ ..
What are the effects of overbreathing or breathing too much air? It causes low CO2 content in the lungs and other body cells for people with heart disease, initial stages of asthma and diabetes. As a result, hypocapnia (low CO2) constricts blood vessels and suppresses the Bohr effect leading to reduced perfusion and oxygen delivery to all vital organs of the human body. Therefore, overbreathing REDUCES body O2 levels. Note that we require normal CO2 levels not too much CO2 as during hypercapnia – http://www.normalbreathing.com/hypercapnia-hypercarbia.php or hypercarbia.
But low oxygenation of cells is the key driving factor for development of heart disease, asthma and diabetes. All these problems occur only in those people who have reduced cell oxygen content. Therefore, abnormally heavy breathing is the key cause of diabetes, heart disease and asthma.
If you have heavy breathing, then you develop those health problems that are inherited in your genes. If you breathing is normal (the medical norm), then you can have worst genes and predisposition for various health problems, but your health will be good and you will not suffer from common symptoms, pains and aches related to these and other chronic conditions.
Therefore, the logical solution to these health problems is to normalize automatic breathing patterns as it is explained for example here: http://www.normalbreathing.com/c/diabetes.php .
The body oxygen test for these people shows less than 20 seconds, while the norm is about 40 seconds.
The video is for people who suffer from chronic diseases or interested in their treatment.