Roberto de GuevaraRespiras-performance breathing · Health and Wellness
Roberto de Guevara
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I have a special interest in breathing pattern disorders- a habit that can affect the body chemistry and cause symptoms like anxiety, fatigue, poor concentration and memory, sleep disturbances and migraines. Respiras helps people improve energy, relaxation, sleep quality by learning adaptive breathing through CO2 regulation and Heart Rate Variability. We are giving people the skills to be able to effectively handle stressful conditions.
The authors seek to find new connections between recent results of biology and older theories. This paper aims to assemble the jigsaw puzzle. The theoretical background of the hypothesis was described in the previous issue of the journal (Sikter et al. 2017a). Human stress response often coexists with persistent hypocapnia or hypercapnia-developing...
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28918418/ The stress defence-cascade is mostly not biphasic as Cannon thought, the sympathicotonic stress response is preceded by a vagotonic phase called freeze response. Alteration of the carbon dioxide level plays an important role during defence-cascade as its changes interfere with stress hormones, e.g. with ca...
There is abundant amount of scientific data regarding the topic discussed in this chapter, but the freshes are not always the best data. To avoid chaos the authors made a believable dynamic model of arousal and anxiety on the cellular level. They posed very important and hard questions about related to the mechanism of anxiety and the majority of q...
The goal of the project is to get answers the following questions: (Our answers are suggested in the presentation below) How does become psychic injury a bodily illness? Are diseases of civilization the price of civilized (self-restrained) behavior? Could chronic lack or excess of carbon dioxide cause diseases? Is chronic stress the consequence of the inactive (inhibited) behavior? Is there possible that clinicians have misinterpreted the metabolic compensation of respiratory blood gas parameters for fifty years? Can be the intracellular ion-pattern (intracellular ions together) an important second messenger?