More Facts about the Buteyko Method

 

What is the Butekyo Method?

Named after Dr Konstantin Buteyko, the Buteyko Method consists of a series of breathing exercises and guidelines specifically designed to reduce over-breathing (clinically known as ‘chronic hyperventilation’). The simple fact is that many people breathe too much, which alters the natural levels of gases in the blood, reduces oxygen delivery to tissues and organs, and causes constriction of the smooth muscles surrounding blood vessels and airways. This can lead to numerous health problems. Bringing breathing volume towards normal and making the switch from mouth to nose breathing helps to alleviate such health problems.

By re-educating your breathing you support lifelong health and well-being!

For more information on the life of Dr Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko please click here.

 

Butekyo Clinical Trials

There have been a number of Clinical Trials investigating the Butekyo Method for Asthma between 1998 and 2017 for more information on them see here.