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Dear all, yesterday I stumbled across the following Peat quote (from the E-mail advice depository):
My question or concern is specifically about emphysema. Increasing the body's CO2 retention capabilities should help this condition and, in agreement, Buteyko practitioners claim that Buteyko...
According to Buteyko's chart:
high etco2 should correlate with a high control pause and maximum pause. So they shouldn't be fighting against one another.
Maybe a person with a high etco2 is better off measuring their maximum pause (I get 60 seconds) as a better measurement. with a 60...
A primary metric for measuring CO2 saturation in lung alveoli is the control pause promoted by Dr. Buteyko, wherein you inhale normally, exhale normally, and hold your noise until you feel a pulsing sensation from your diaphragm or throat.
Use a stopwatch to time the number of seconds between...
Link to audio: Buteyko Breathing - Bud Weiss, 2008-09-15.
BW: Bud Weiss
RP: Ray Peat
(transcribed by Giraffe)
BW: Ray, could you just introduce yourself a bit, please?
RP: Okay. I had been a student of several other subjects such as linguistics when I began studying biology in 1968, and I...