Is buteyko a legit method for everyday breathing?It seems like it does wonders but i never seen it discussed.It would be great if some anon can take a few minutes of his time to read the info on this site.
>>only need 5 hours of sleep
>>cure addiction to alcohol and tobacco
>I don't believe it
I've been sleeping 5 hours a night for years, and I quit smoking in 2007, all with amateur breathing.
>Most people hardly use the diaphragm when they breath,
What do they use instead? A vacuum cleaner?
I've only recently found that I possessed a diaphragm and that it was capable of much greater contraction than I ever used. It's really not very obvious since you can't see its function, only subjectively feel it.
My tip is to try and inhale with the feeling of inflating your stomach. To locate the diaphragm, that is.
>Most people hardly use the diaphragm when they breath
you are either an ayy lmao specimen and you accidentaly found yourself shitposting on 4chan on human internet, in which case I am telling you that this is a board for homo sapiens and we breathe with our diaphragms, unless severly injured when we use heart-lung machines to help us survive medical procedures that restore regular breathing.
OR you are just a huge faggot and a retard, in which case you should kill yourself.
Of fucking course they do you spastic. Your lungs don't take up your whole thoracic cavity, only the top 2/3. Just cause your belly doesn't move doesn't mean you're not using your diaphragm... You'd be in big trouble if it stopped working.
Why the fuck do people have opinions on shit they don't understand? Read a book nigger.
they say a healthy human breathes slower wich i agree
but i think not that if you breathe slower you become healthier
i mean the body will already know why he is faster breathing when he is sick
i dont think what their statistic claims is right
>if you breath faster and deeper you will have >fewer oxygen in your blood
I don't think you get less oxygen, but you get less CO2, without which hemoglobin won't release oxygen. This is how you get "drunk" from hyperventilation. The oxygen is there, but your body can't use it.