Cystic Fibrosis Life Expectancy: 30, 50, 70... Artour Rakhimov

ISBN: 9781478186892

Published: June 21st 2013

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80 pages


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Cystic Fibrosis Life Expectancy: 30, 50, 70...  by  Artour Rakhimov

Cystic Fibrosis Life Expectancy: 30, 50, 70... by Artour Rakhimov
June 21st 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 80 pages | ISBN: 9781478186892 | 5.30 Mb

Cystic fibrosis is a lifestyle disease. Very few people on the West are aware that there are many Russians with CF (cystic fibrosis) who are over 50 and even 60 years old due to their adherence to one medical therapy that was developed and practicedMoreCystic fibrosis is a lifestyle disease. Very few people on the West are aware that there are many Russians with CF (cystic fibrosis) who are over 50 and even 60 years old due to their adherence to one medical therapy that was developed and practiced by over 150 Soviet and Russian medical doctors.

Since 1960s, these MDs have applied the Buteyko breathing therapy to increase body oxygen levels, and these doctors claim that people with CF can have at least normal (or average) life expectancy if their maintain high (or normal) body O2 content. You will not find such information in any other cystic fibrosis books. Cystic fibrosis life expectancy has been steadily growing for many decades. In late 1930s, most babies with CF died before their first birthday.

Later, in the 1950s, CF life expectancy was less than 10 years. Soon after, due to use of various therapies, it increased from 14 years (in the 1980s) up to current 35-37 years. Some researchers, in their cystic fibrosis books, predict that babies born with CF during this century can live up to their 50s. But a group of Russian doctors claim that main symptoms of CF can be defeated.

My own experience, in successful elimination of major symptoms of CF in my students, also suggests the same conclusions. These breathing methods address lifestyle factors that influence body O2 and use breathing exercises to increase body oxygenation. The book offers a detailed description of main lifestyle modules that increase body O2 naturally and significantly reduce many symptoms of CF (e.g., coughing, too much mucus, wheezing, and various digestive concerns) within days.

How and why can these therapies work? CF is considered a genetic disease. So is asthma, or Down syndrome. Not all genetic diseases are the same. Many of them, CF included, are also lifestyle diseases meaning that lifestyle choices have a direct impact on quality of life (and CF life expectancy). Western medical studies clearly proved that tissue hypoxia (low O2 in cells) creates problems in the work of tiny ionic pumps that transport chemicals (sodium, chlorine and water) across the epithelial layers. This negative effect of hypoxia is present even in healthy people, but more expressed in people with CF due to the presence of the defective CFTR gene.

Each and every study that measured respiratory parameters in people with CF found too fast and deep breathing (hyperventilation) in comparison with the medical norm (that is tiny). There are two long-term scenarios due to overbreathing. Either we get low CO2 levels in the blood (this causes spasm of blood vessels and reduced body O2) or we destroy our airways and lungs due to injurious effects of hypocapnia. In any scenario (with and without lung involvement), hyperventilation leads to low O2 levels in cells. Low cellular O2 causes formation of too thick and viscous mucus.

Cell hypoxia also suppresses the immune system. Both factors promote growth of pathogens in people with CF in the respiratory and digestive systems, while other organs and body parts are also under physiological and biochemical stress due to low O2 in cells. Other factors, such as chronic mouth breathing and chest breathing, also reduce body O2 and make any treatment of CF less effective. Therefore, the suggested medical therapy, in order to increase CF life span, is to slow down automatic breathing back to the medical norm and increase body O2 naturally.

Clinical experience of Buteyko breathing MDs in Russia suggests that results of a simple body O2 test predict cystic fibrosis life expectancy. People with moderate degree of CF usually have only about 15-20 seconds or less for their body oxygen test, while the medical norm is 40 seconds. In terminally ill people (with CF and many other disorders) body O2 is less than 10 seconds. With over 40 seconds for the body O2 test, a person with CF can eliminate all symptoms and have an average life expectancy.



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