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"google stanford medical school" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

15:18 min | 4 months ago

"google stanford medical school" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"The sleep up the so there's always a connection between obesity and obstructive sleep apnea and. It's another vicious circle so we should be looking at you know in terms of the four functions of the Human Body. We're talking about we'RE TALKING ABOUT SLEEP. We're talking about nutrition and we're also talking about emotions of the mind because I like to bring in this. You know we see people who remember depression anxiety and when you start investigating their sleep that often tell you that they're wake up feeling exhausted and then if I asked him well. Has Anybody ever referred you to do a sleep study to check out do you have obstructive sleep apnea dancers often? No and I think it's the reason being is because all too often we consider the person with depression. They're exhausted because of their depression. But maybe it is the exhaustion that is causing the depression. You know the human body is to interwoven just to money. Connections Darren bidirectional relationships between one function on another and in medicine. Every function has been isolated. But you can't do that. The human body because every function is intertwined. You'll have to look at the big picture and that's exactly it. It's almost like the ground. Zero of problems is somewhat other. You could definitely argue is breathing. Ron. Because that's that's the start of it and if you have breathing correctly you not going to rot and it becomes ambitious. Sokoll is you told just exponentially escalating the answer. There's a number of significant studies that like Utah. Those whole minds of that. Same ground that just a couple of things But very dude specific indicators of of hundreds of things are implied that if you draw slave we'd have prayed correctly Put up body into many of problems. Such as potential can't saw a metabolic syndrome diabetes Alzheimer's all those kinds of things he tossed on The The the the things wants to meet him Oxygen Saturation. I absorption. So it's all well to have a Alex as we said Alison Saturation Doesn't change too much so the importance of is actually. How much muscles absorbs isn't that? How much oxygen yesterday have in terms of your hemoglobin separate assets ratio? It's more a case of how much body absorbs tossed upon not Can you just I like. This is actually more for the him before. Side of athletes So what happens the oxygen during our workouts and wondering what's it removing while what I would say is if I was working. Madani alita are recreational athletes? I would always tell them to do something recreation. I I say for recreational athlete. You should do all of your physical exercise. But you're Mike closed on here. Here's the reason being. It's tougher at the start for the first six to eight weeks and the reason being is because you are breathing. Truest smarter entry and as a result. You know your nostrils are smaller than your mouth. And it's forcing you to do physical exercise. You know which are mark closed that you're exposing the body to an increased air hunger now. An increased air hunger. During physical exercise is due to the increased carbon dioxide in the blood and if you continuously exposure body says increased air hunger air hunger diminishes over time so what it means is Dan for a given level of physical exercise? You don't need as much breathing. So there's an economic saving there because it it does this there is cost associated with moving your breathing muscles. You know if you if you're arresting where about two to three percent of our video too is going to support the breathing muscles and if we go for walk about maybe five percent six percent if we do fairly intense physical exercise is probably about ten percent and if we do maximum physical exercise it's about thirteen to fifteen percent but if we do have a breathing pattern disorder it increases dash and for individuals who were during the hyperventilation provocation test. That's when they really breathed deliberately hard for thirty seconds to three minutes the oxygen consumption to support their breathing muscles increase to thirty percent. So does all about breathing. Efficiency NUMBER ONE IS. How do you teach in athletes to do more with less the next load on them? So for the recreational athlete I would say do everything which closed yet. It's tougher but keep doing ish and then it gets easy and that's when you start you know you're breathing lighter forgiven intensity of exercise for the elite athletes. I would say do fifty percent of your training which are closed. Why because it adds an extra load onto you and again. It's the same reasons and I say to a fifty percent which are mouth open so that you don't have muscle deconditioning because initially when you do trauma to nose breathing you're not going to have the same intensity because you're feeling that restriction drew to the air hunger but that's that's up -tations of the body and nose breathing allows you to take the air deeper into the lungs and the greatest concentration of blood is in the low regions of the lungs so nose breathing also increase the oxygen taking the blood. Now I know I already said that. You can't increase the blood oxygen saturation by by increasing your breathing but you can increase the Buxton saturation by switching to nasal breathing. Now it might be one or two percent but at the same time when you're doing a physical exercise but breathing through your nose. The carbon dioxide and blood is is higher and wit sustained physical exercise with nasal breathing. You can tolerate a higher and pressure of carbon dioxide in the blood. I'm Wa- discipline allow more to released from the red blood cells to tissues so if you if you look at the work the professor George Dahlem. Da L. A. And Dan. This is so understudied that there're very few papers in the words investigating the benefits of nasal breathing versus mouth breathing or any difference between the two but he is looked at it and one paper that was published in twenty ten recreational athletes. He got some breathing through their nose for six months. During physical exercise he done tests dumb after six months. When the physical adaptations had taken pace they were able to achieve one hundred percent of their work regime. Ten St on the graded exercise test with nasal breathing versus moat. But with twenty. Two percent less ventilation so twenty. Two percent less less breathing and an increased carbon dioxide in the blood forty four millimeters of mercury versus forty which in turn led to a reduction in the fraction of expired oxygen so D- individuals breathing through the nose that I had a better oxygen taking the bud but they had a better oxygen delivery to the tissues. Now if you look at a few other studies that were published back thirty years ago by Dr John Doe Yard looking at the brainwave states in nasal breathing versus map breathing. Nasal BREEDERS ENTERED FLOW. Stace not breathing mouth breathing trouser. Evolution is associated with fight or flight. Our ancestors didn't Jews their mouths debris during physical exercise look at the research of neanderthals two years ago researchers found the undertows toilets had these really wide nostrils to allow the conditioning of a large volume of air. Trudeau knows not just during rest but also during physical exercise we we have lost the art of breathing and we have lost the art of breathing. Only relatively recently now. I know some people will say well. Dr Western price book wasn't very scientific or etc. It was really an observation and it was using the best available science at that time published back in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and he'd locked. Ash. The craniofacial changes of individuals. Spend a switch from traditional died over to a process dies first generation. Children became operators. These children had deformed dental actress data overcrowding of teat dead higher per pilots and they didn't have good airway. And you know you have to consider if you want to be developed not leash you need a good airway so breathing. Efficiency is one thing but human development is another thing yet. You touched upon sympathetic and the passive pathetic death so miss you so just to reiterate you signed it. Used to be dominant through the past sympathetic. And now it's through the sympathetic because of the fact that why that we've changed out. I Guess Breeding Patterns Zach when I suppose you know we always want to kind of have an optimal. You want to have a balanced between the power sympathetic and sympathetic. Because we want to be resilient we want to be able to adopt whatever. Environmental changes are whatever comes our way but I would say to mouth breeders a definitely more stuck in that sympathetic tone Lauren. That fight or flight response more agitated education of the mind if you think of. How do we breed when we get stressed well? We breed fast and shallow. How does a map reader breed fast and shallow because your nose imposes resistance to your breathing? That's two to three times out of the moat and by slowing down your breathing. This helps to calm the mind. So again twenty seventeen Stanford medical school if you were to Google Stanford Medical School and slow breathing. They identified a new structure. In the brain the locus corollas and they said that the primary purpose of this structure is despite on your breathing. So when you really slow down your breathing destructure will determine that you are slowing down your Brett and destruction would relay signals of come to the rest of the brain but Mao printers. Don't have slow breathing. I wasn't a slow breeder when I was a map reader because you have no resistance to your breathing during wakefulness and also mapping always activating the upper chest and our diet from breathing muscle is not just for expiration. You know even if you were to look at it from the point of view functional movement. Can you have functional movement unless you have functional breathing? Is it just a coincidence? That ninety percent of people who have good functional movement also have good functional breathing and if breathing is normalized movement is normalized and movement is normalized. You're more risk of injury however there's also connection between die from and the mind so if you're breathing using the die from just breathing low breathing lash reading slow breathing deep and use an acronym. Lsd So people remember so light is about the biochemistry of breathing. Slow is about bringing a cadence of breathing more specifically practices between five point. Five to six bits per minute and that's to stimulate the vagus nerve to increased heart rate for your buzzer improve. Response resigned Arrhythmia stimulate. What's called borrow receptors or pressure receptors? But basically slow breathing to restored by these systems which are disturbed by stress. And then we look at depressing which is targeting the bio mechanics and the problem with breathing. Donnas that people are all in their own little silos and I was in my silo to whip you take. Oh as my background. I looked primarily at the biochemistry. It's not enough so the oxygen advantage is very much bio chemically focused. But the next book is going to be different. That's one currency rising. I'm GONNA broad broad Nash in terms of looking at functional breathing from three dimensions the biochemistry the cadence of the Brett the by mechanics and true the Brett when you really break down. What's going on there? I think it's amazing. I think I'm only scratching the surface here. Have the more I go down this rabbit hole. I'm twenty years down this rabbit hole and the more. I'm down there that the less realized I do know it's incredible and I'm sitting here. I'm writing notes. I'm Jay rotting notes as you. It just from personal development is a renowned always paypal you reference Essentially what you you with Athlete's the ability to do more with less. And we've seen that in hot consistently with allergy training. I believe you referenced. The first this was not in sixty eight Mexico impacts pictures that right. Yeah it it it was. I really when kind of you know. Strength and conditioning coach is on coach. Started wondering how are the athletes that were performing up? There now didn't do very well. You know at altitude but it was fun to come back down to sea level to started surpassing their personal best on. Dong drew the question. That was just something in this. In terms of altitude training so attitude training would be when did spends a period of time. Maybe a couple of weeks at an altitude of maybe two thousand meters terabytes and an order to expose the body hypotheses for the body to make adaptations including increase red blood cells For example the hormonal rich reporting or EPO. Epo when the body is put into a HYPOC STACE. The kidneys understood that liver to a lesser extent. Synthesized this hormone and a richer appointee in repeal. It's goes as a maturation of the red blood cells in the bone marrow. So by increasing red blood cells increases your oxygen carrying capacity and that in turn increases your view to Max now we do Brett toiling and we deliberately put the body into a high poxy state. But it's intermittent and it's not just that we're dropping blood oxygen saturation. But we're also increasing carbon dioxide. So what we would be doing is doing intermittent type pox ick high per capita training. And I think the biggest effect of what we're doing is instead it's disturbing the acid base balance that were increasing hygiene in the blood and were deliberately putting the body into a state of acidosis to force the body to improve buffering capacity which is probably happening inside in the muscle but this intern then can delay lactic acid fatigue. So if you think about the two are doing high intensity and for training to stimulate ANAEROBIC glycolysis. Well if you're wearing a potok similar which is a little device that you wear in your finger you know. And it's got a red light and infrared lightness and it tells you of all your hemoglobin. How much of it is occupied by oxygen? If you do high intensity interval training with your mouth open your blood oxygen saturation. Were drop down to about ninety three percent. If you do it with your Mac.

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"google stanford medical school" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters

Rapid Change Matters

12:47 min | 5 months ago

"google stanford medical school" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters

"Open during sleep your sleep. Quality is not as good as it should be so I think. Yeah it's just simple term and I would love to see this getting out. There in terms of people would excited because some even if they just practised at it will cost absolutely nothing and and put it into practice now. Of course you can go deeper and I've only wants to give you a snapshot of Dash but for people to start doing that at least check to the half. The Matt Open are deciding Because sl every few minutes is not A. It's not a good idea sign. It can suggests that the person you know they have air hunger that they are feeling that they are not getting a air. And how do you address that air hunger while nasal all the time do all of your physical exercise? Which closed even if you go for a run. Initially it's tougher. But if you expose your body to a little bit of air hunger by eater slowing down and reducing breathing volume are going for a walk with your Matt closed. Are Running with your Matt closed if you can do wish dot and turned than we're quite near breathing and your breathing becomes naturally slower and die for matic. The air hunger reduces so what we want to do. Is You know you think of panic disorder. Years ago people used to say what if you're having a panic attack breathing out of a bike? The whole purpose of the by not bringing oxygen but it was to trap the carbon dioxide that was coming from the lungs into the bag to rebrith that carbon dioxide back into the lungs to increase it in the bloods because as carbon dioxide increases in the blood blood flow to the brain increases across at archery. Stylish and this is a calming affected. The brain the brain fields air hunger when it's not getting enough oxygen and a panic attack when I look at the people the breathing of people who are prone to panic disorder. These people are teetering on the brink of symptoms. It's not the crowded place. That'S THE PROBLEM. It's not the supermarket. It's not the the driving the car. The problem is they're everyday breathing is not rush that they have a habit. And that's all it is. It is a habit of persistently over breathing. I'm breathing incorrectly. Which can be changed. I'm by doing that. You Improve Your resilience when you do go into a crowded place you are beverly but to cope with it but I have to say yes. Sorry I'm just GonNa face place when I talk to a group of individuals who work with mental health. I spoke about Debenham of functional breathing. And I said it's I said cognitive behavioral therapy is absolutely wonderful which it is but I said to them I said it's not addressing respond to physiology and nobody wanted to hear what I was saying because they fat Dash I was saying that communism behavioral therapy wasn't good enough. Which wasn't and that. I was saying that you know people fat that the healthcare professionals that I was talking to because I couldn't get over it like I was running through my mind afterwards. I'm saying now I know why. Breathing hasn't got into healthcare and it hasn't been embraced in in psychotherapy because the individuals that I spoke to that day they couldn't accept dash. You know. Breathing does play a role. And that's why I would say to you know any of your listeners. You're probably wondering. Why is this so good? I haven't been told about it. We have to consider human nature. Here we are all resistant to change in. Oh if if I'm practicing something for twenty years as I was doing reputational. I was resistant to moving outside of beautiful. It was only when I did. Oxygen advantage that that kind of open up that door so I think it's a very in Asia I think it's enormous trade of the human being. We are slow to embrace our to adopt a change. Some people do but the majority of people are not resistant but I would say to the listeners. Give this a go. You know because you will generally feel the difference in two weeks and even if you were to just sit back into a chair have your lips together just but one hundred your chest one hand just above your Navel Choon into your breathing and gently slow it down and gently slow it down to the point of a little air hunger so deliberately reduced the amount of air coming into your body do it for a miniature to see how it feels if it's comfortable and continue for three minutes if it gets a bit stressful take rest than start again. Can you influence your blood circulation by slowing down your breathing? If you start to feel your hands getting warmer you know that you're on the right track and it's not just that you're increasing blood flow to your hands. You're also increasing votes brand. Sorry Howard could across through the night something fun I was GonNa say Just briefly straight it when you have people seek people who coming with anxiety that a traditional therapeutic therapists psycho therapist counselors who all essentially centrally pseudo being the very over-simplifying breathing strategies to people And just getting to take deep breaths and then doing the and so will end do you. Don't just sit in the whole goodness me. And that's keeping them trapped essentially. Yeah I would agree on. It's not offering any benefits you know even would like it does feel satisfied to take that big. Brett because you're stretching everything and you're releasing ish but it can disrupt the biochemistry and data's the issue I suppose I realized gone back. Maybe fifteen years ago that not everybody wants to hear our wants to hear on a different approach. But why did that? That's why I wrote so many books because I can put out the information that you know. Nobody's think about covert at the moment nitric oxide. There's pinnacle tries nitric oxide for covert nineteen in two thousand and five krona virus which was SARS grown viruses. A family of course this is a different strain but the SARS virus back. In Two thousand five laboratory experiments showed that nitric oxide inhibited. The replication of the cycle Dino's as a source of nitric. Oxide just cynical tries if you put in chemical tries nitric oxide you say you will see the doors. Clinical trials now on nitric oxide is a treatment of the current Cova Nineteen. But nobody's talking about nose breathing so I wanted to get information out there and I did. I just did a Webinar two weeks ago unquote at nineteen and it was oversubscribed. I didn't realize zoom. You can only have one hundred people and people were disappointed to wants to hear to open it up on. Youtube and I put it up. It's after having a half million juice and all it did was go to exercise and talk about. What can you do here? So this is the beauty about getting the information to the general public. Having people putting it into practice you will never like auto at say. Is it would breathing. Don't think that don't have it in your mind and it's good to be taken does hired big Brett's because it's not going to increase oxygen and just ask yourself. How do you feel you're feeling lightheaded? It's not a good son now. I understand what hollow tropic breathing? It's a deliberate hyperventilation for a period of time as a stressor to deal with trauma. That's fine it's short term. But it's not how we should be breathing all the time I'm concerned. But how is the person breathing whom they walk down the stretch Howard breathing Dr Truecar Howard a breathing? They are sleep Howard. A breathing. Negoti distress dots the breathing that we need to be looking at so there is a time that people will be practicing hyperventilation after during the technique etc. I don't teach hyperventilation. I'm trying to address dysfunctional breathing patterns. So I was GonNa ask you about the with the with the impulse method because officer people have been using it the is and I think there was an idea one point that he had some special sort of genetic disposition to be able to stay under the Wolves. Redo with these things. Because course he's used his framework to be able to teach other people to do successfully to now switch so even though you don't teach it. Does that fly in the face of some of these things that you're talking about or is easily explicable. Within the methodology coming from a like in terms of in terms of the science with the vim half technique gone can look at his agok. A one paper that was published by Matteis cops and I think it was published in twenty fourteen and still up to the terms of bill. Oxygen Saturation didn't increase during the hyperventilation during the retention which was the breadth tolling bill. Oxygen Saturation really dropped quite remarkably to mount everest. 'em standards you know to lower your back down to forty. Fifty percent is incredible really and did the individuals doing them half were able to stood ash. They're carbon dioxide levels dropped and didn't return back to baseline and really what the locked at the deadlock that the impact of the hyperventilation it's thirty brats followed by a Bret told that breath in hold for ten seconds. Thirty thirty hyperventilation big brexit again Within for ten seconds etc they looked at the increase of epinephrine as a result. So what it did. Was that the technique the breathing technique. It's stressed at the body which increased happen Afri- distress in the in the body which caused the body to make adaptations. So I think it's an interesting. It's an interesting model interesting breathing technique. I'm not sure if I would if I was teaching the technique I'm I wouldn't teach it every two comes into me into my door because I think some will it will suit so and I think it won't sue daughters and it was like me working with responding panic disorder. I taught. I could use the same technique. Would all people coming in? I would see some people that could cope quite well but air hunger and other people the it was scaring the life out of them so I had to change all of these exercises and this is what experienced it so you know we. We have to bear in mind that different subsets innings is in panic disorder and we shouldn't be tailoring the approach to these individuals. But this is what experience does. That's what I learned through. Experience can still part Dash. We impart that onto her own. Instructors like say to them. You Know The mistakes that I've learned over the years. I'm hoping that you don't have to make these mistakes because it can take. You wanted to figure out what's going on here. You're seeing this student in front view on instead of making them feel calm. You're making them have the opposite effect and the issue is that. Don't come back to you the next time because you know they think they're making your worse whereas I've learnt dash and this way then I can prepared to student but I can also prepare the instructor so a lot of people. Now that we trained we trained a lot of healthcare instructors providers and this is great. I think breathing now is becoming hotter is becoming better well known and I have to take them technique for part of that because it is really the breath out there. It's not a part of Western poacher. Western culture is to be doing something to be achieving to be constantly going Western culture. Is You know the the guy who sits in the corner bringing his attention or her attention in words is considered maybe Dahshur but one of the best things that we could ever do in life is take attention out of the mind onto the bread into the body in terms of concentration in terms of well being in terms of happiness in terms of bringing a stillness to the mind because the chattering mind. How do you quite into traffic mind? Well I would say we have to change breathing physiology. There is a connection between the die from Andy Emotions. If you're breathing fast. Upper chest breathing. You're going to have an increase shopping. Mind look and Google Stanford medical school slow breathing so stanford medical school slow breathing..

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