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Strengths , Weaknesses , and Possibilities of the Buteyko Breathing Method

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  title={Strengths , Weaknesses , and Possibilities of the Buteyko Breathing Method},
  author={Rosalba Courtney}
}
The Buteyko Breathing Method is a unique breathing therapy that uses breath control and breath-holding exercises to treat a wide range of health conditions believed to be connected to hyperventilation and low carbon dioxide. A number of clinical trials indicate that it is a successful treatment for asthma; however, there is little support for the carbon dioxide theory that underpins the Buteyko Method. There are, however, many other possible reasons that the breathing techniques used by the… 

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