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Introduction
1.1 Minute ventilation in health and disease
1.2 Do people notice their over-breathing (hyperventilation)?
1.3 The main effect of hyperventilation
1.4 Do we need this “poisonous” CO2?
1.5 CO2 deficiency: the main physiological effect of hyperventilation
1.6 Medical studies of hyperventilation
1.10 Hypoxia and blood shunting
1.11 Critical care patients and arterial CO2
1.12 Breath-holding time and its clinical significance
1.13 Role of nitric oxide
1.14 Changes in the ANS (autonomous nervous system)
1.15 Focus on diseases
1.16 Why breathing?
1.17 Evolution of air on Earth
Conclusions
Q&A section for Chapter 1
References for chapter 1
2.1 Biochemical control of respiration
2.4 Control of breathing during breath holding
2.5 Control of breathing in people with chronic hyperventilation
2.6 Breath holding control in diseased states
Q&A section for Chapter 2
References for chapter 2
Chapter 3. Lifestyle factors that matter
3.1 Stress, anxiety and strong emotions
3.2 Physical inactivity
3.3 Overeating
3.4 Deep breathing exercises
3.5 Overheating
3.7 Mouth breathing
3.8 Morning hyperventilation
3.10 Special factors for infants
3.11 Nutritional deficiencies
3.12 Exposure to toxic chemicals
Q&A section for Chapter 3
References for chapter 3
Chapter 4. Western methods of breathing retraining
4.1 University of California Medical School, San Francisco, USA
4.2 Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UK
4.3 Portland Veterans Administration Medical Centre, USA
4.4 St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, UK
4.5 Institute of Stress Research, Netherlands
4.7 Department of Psychiatry, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
4.8 Cornell University Medical College, New York, USA
4.9 California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, USA
4.13 New Zealand Guidelines Group
4.14 Stanford University, Palo Alto, USA
4.15 Common features of Western methods of breathing retraining
Q&A section for Chapter 4
References for chapter 4
Chapter 5. History and advance of the Buteyko breathing method
5.1 Some historical facts about the origins of the method
5.2 Breathing and modern diseases
5.3 Development of specific health problems
5.4 Practical discoveries and their application
5.6 Advance of the method in western countries
Q&A section for Chapter 5
References for chapter 5
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