women dysfunctional breathing
PMS are a familiar and often challenging aspect of many women’s lives. While hormonal fluctuations play a significant role in these symptoms, there’s another, less-known factor that might be exacerbating the discomfort: poor breathing patterns. Below, we explore the connection between breathing habits and PMS, shedding light on how mindful breathing practices can offer relief...
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chronic fatigue syndrome cfs
Chronic Fatigue If you are one of the people suffering from chronic fatigue (also known as ME), you have probably tried various techniques and supplements to bring your body back to a state of health. Sadly, most often, nothing seems to work.  Symptoms such as extreme tiredness, joint pain and anxiety and depression, persist, even...
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Fibromyalgia causes widespread pain and extreme tiredness and can be extremely debilitating to live with. The specific symptoms can vary from person to person but the main symptom is pain all over the body. It is not clear what causes it, but it often starts after a stressful event like an injury, illness or emotional...
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Temporomandibular Disorder Jaw Pain
Many people suffer from jaw pain, teeth grinding and do not really know the cause. These can be very debilitating. There is increasing recognition by the dentists and the wider medical community of the relationship between breathing patterns and the facial muscular mechanics including the jaw. Poor breathing patterns engage incorrect muscle groups and sequencing...
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Emphysema (COPD) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the name for a collection of lung diseases including chronic bronchitis, emphysema and chronic obstructive airways disease. People with COPD have difficulties breathing, primarily due to the narrowing of their airways. Typical symptoms of COPD include: Increasing breathlessness when active A persistent cough with phlegm Frequent chest...
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Coughing may feel like the right way to clear stubborn phlegm and mucus, but in truth it only makes the situation worse. Coughing draws cold, dry, unfiltered air into the airways and results in a huge loss of carbon dioxide. The loss of carbon dioxide causes the airways to constrict as smooth muscle goes into...
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