Buteyko & Chronic Fatigue

"It [Buteyko] sounds like a Japanese martial art but it’s a special breathing technique named after the man who invented it in the Soviet Union in the 1950s, a Ukrainian doctor called Konstantin Buteyko.

Medical students have long known that carbon dioxide (CO2) plays a vital part in releasing oxygen from the blood to cells and tissue – the Bohr effect. Buteyko took this  further by postulating that most of the chronic medical conditions of our modern age – from asthma and chronic fatigue to lupus and Crohn’s disease – are the result of a deficiency in our body of CO2, caused by not breathing  correctly, in a panicky way, so you take in too much oxygen."
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