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Your first priority is to learn how to remove your symptoms!
...“When you have really learned how to remove any symptoms using the Method, you will start to take shallow breaths of your own accord. And by measuring the length of the pause we will be able to measure the depth of the breath. Your first priority is to learn how to remove your symptoms! “ Clara Ozertsova drummed in Dr Buteyko’s message for new patients at their first class...
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You have been overbreathing

...“Remember, if a symptom vanishes through using the Method and then reappears – that means you have been overbreathing. Unfortunately, the way life is now, any number of things can make us overbreathe.” She looked sympathetically at the group, who were still not quite fully awake. “People are incredibly bad-tempered nowadays. Queuing up to buy milk or soap doesn’t exactly put a smile on your face. Everything’s a strain. We get stressed - and that makes us overbreathe...
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After school
...Tell them they can quieten themselves when they’re in class listening to the teacher or to their classmates answering questions. At break time, a child should move about and make use of his legs, then afterwards calm the rush of air from his nostrils. After school, he should have something to eat and relax. Then homework time – he should study for twenty minutes, then observe his breathing and measure the pause. It’s important to explain our ideas to children in a way that doesn’t put pressure on them.
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I wish you good health!
...“Clara!” The retired schoolteacher determinedly interrupted this brief exchange by getting up from her seat. “May I make an announcement?” From behind her back she produced a bunch of bright red flowers which she had carefully concealed until the right moment. “We found out that today is your birthday…”

At this, Clara allowed her tired arms to flop and smiled shyly: somehow or other people always got to know! She herself was so busy she’d almost forgotten about it - there was no time for anything but work. “We all of us wish you good health and happiness!” said Zoya Sosnova, giving her the flowers. “That poem I read out - I’ve dedicated it to you…” she went on, blushing like a girl.

“Thank you so much!!” said Ozertsova with genuine gratitude, clasping the sweet-scented carnations to her breast. “And thank you for wishing me good health. That’s the most precious thing you can wish for anyone. I once had a student here – a high-ranking commercial manager. She had leukaemia. She’d probably had everything she could ever have wished for, except the water of life. But she herself said that she’d always felt there was something missing. And when she fell ill, all she wanted was to get better! That’s what she said to me: ‘I don’t need anything else – just to get better!!” Clara leant on her elbows, cupped her head in her hands and looked round the group. Her eyes had misted over.

“You’re right,” agreed the trainee doctor from Omsk. “Health is the most precious gift we can ever have, that’s for sure. And,” she spread her plump hands wide, “there are not many people who bestow that gift on their fellows as generously as you do.”...
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Cleansing
...When you warn them that during cleansings they’ll experience a kind of accelerated re-run of their illnesses, you can get an immediate refusal...
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