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Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art

de James Nestor

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    The Oxygen Advantage: The Simple, Scientifically Proven Breathing Techniques for a Healthier, Slimmer, Faster, and Fitter You de Patrick McKeown (caimanjosh)
    caimanjosh: Both works delve heavily into the science of breathing. McKeown's book is heavily based on Buteyko's work and goes into much detail on it; Nestor's is more wide-ranging. I'd highly recommend both.
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Scattershot claims and descriptions intertwined with a not particularly interesting self-experiment in forced mouth-breathing. ( )
  brett.sovereign | Jul 10, 2021 |
This was an interesting book that delves into the health benefits of breathing through the nose and breathing slowly. ( )
  KatherineGregg | Jun 19, 2021 |
I enjoyed this way more than I thought I would. I even bought Turkish chewing gum because of it. ( )
  bhiggs | May 26, 2021 |
Part biology, part cultural history, part personal journey. We do it 25,000 times a day, mostly without noticing. Nestor explores how why we should pay more attention to breathing in this well-researched book that covers the biochemistry as well as the mysteries of how breathing affects our health and quality of life. He draws from current researchers, almost-forgotten experiments, and ancient texts, as well as what he calls 'pulmonauts', people who have discovered various types of breathing to improve their lives. Includes breathing exercises and links to resources, ( )
  TAPearson | May 7, 2021 |
The content is interesting and informative, however, Nestor's participation in breathing classes would be difficult for most of us to replicate. And while I have no interest in his dental health, the dental conditions of the dead in the ossuary of the Paris catacombs was fascinating (although a description of how the guides were dressed was puzzling and unnecessary). Nestor provides some practical advice but it was slow in arriving and much of it was either common knowledge or common sense. This book might be of more interest to someone seeking to understand their own, or their child's, breathing difficulties. ( )
  VivienneR | Apr 25, 2021 |
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During the first trial, Douillard told the athletes to breathe entirely through their mouths. As the intensity increased, so did the rate of breathing, which was expected. By the time athletes reached the hardest stage of the test, pedaling out 200 watts of power, they were panting and struggling to catch a breath.
Then Douillard repeated the test while the athletes breathed through their noses. As the intensity of exercise increased during this phase, the rate of breathing decreased. At the final, 200-watt stage, one subject who had been mouthbreathing at a rate of 47 breaths per minute was nasal breathing at a rate of 14 breaths a minute. He maintained the same heart rate at which he'd started the test, even though the intensity of the exercise had increased tenfold.
Simply training yourself to breathe through your nose, Douillard reported, could cut total exertion in half and offer huge gains in endurance. The athletes felt invigorated while nasel breathing rather than exhausted. They all swore off breathing through their mouths ever again.
Finding the best heart rate for exercise is easy: subtract your age from 180. The result is the maximum your body can withstand to stay in the aerobic state.
Mouthbreathing causes the body to lose 40 percent more water.
contrary to what most of us might think, no amount of snoring is normal, and no amount of sleep apnea comes without risks of serious health effects.
The right nostril is a gas pedal. When you're inhaling primarily through this channel, circulation speeds up, your body gets hotter, and cortisol levels, blood pressure, and heart rate all increase. This happens because breathing through the right side of the nose activates the sympathetic nervous system, the "fight or flight" mechanism that puts the body in a more elevated state of alertness and readiness. Breathing through the right nostril will also feed more blood to the opposite hemisphere of the brain, specifically to the prefrontal cortex, which has been associated with logical decisions, language, and computing.
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