Poor Sleeping Habits Can Lead to Dementia

Written by Your New Trainer on . Posted in How to improve your breathing, Increase lung capacity

Breathing exercises for weight loss

Did you know that lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in this country? It kills more than 160,000 people a year. Plus, there are between 150,000 and 300,000 children all under the age of 18 months who get respiratory infections (such as pneumonia and bronchitis) from second hand smoke. In addition, there are 7,500 to 15,000 of them that must be hospitalized.

We all need to take better of our own lungs and each others. Apart from just the simple act of living, there are so many things that proper breathing helps us with. There are also 45 percent of women who have sleep disordered breathing and also developed mild cognitive impairment or dementia, as compared with 31 percent of those who slept normally.

Another reason to worry about your sleeping pattern is because of the Kussmaul breathing, which is a deep and labored breathing patter that is often associated with sever metabolic acidosis, particularly diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), and also renal failure.

But have you ever heard of breathing for weight loss? I never had until a friend of mine who is in health sciences told me about it. I mean, we all know how important breathing is, very obviously, but the implications of this are quite astounding. Utilizing your lung power to help lose weight? It is incredible.

To think, that shedding some fat might be as simple as prescription devices that pull the lower jaw forward and relieve snoring can be used as a breathing for weight loss strategy. This device is proven to help, according to Dr. Barbara Phillips, a sleep specialist at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and a board member of the National Sleep Foundation.

So if you want to improve you general health overall, then consider not only an oxygen diet as a means of natural weight loss with breathing for weight loss, but also to just improve breathing, increase lung capacity and perhaps get a respiratory trainer.

Has anyone experienced this breathing for weight loss method of weight loss? What is it like? Did it work? How so? Would you recommend a breathing for weight loss approach for other people? Please share your story and experience about breathing for weight loss in the comments!

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Comments (19)

  • Andy Torres

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    I tried this and it really does work. Its actually really very effective. I was pretty surprised by it too.

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  • Shane Stanley

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    I think everyone should just try to improve their breathing anyways because of all those horrifying reasons listed above. I mean, dementia? Seriously?

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