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Buteyko Breathing Course Manual
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*** Official course manual of the Advanced Buteyko Institute ***

The Buteyko Course Manual is meant for participants to the Buteyko Breathing Course. It explains the basics of the Advanced Buteyko Breathing and gives tips, instructions and guidelines to follow during the course.

We recommend reading the Buteyko Course Manual as you begin the course and before having the first teaching session with your instructor so you can ask any follow-up questions. A few weeks later you'll benefit from reading it again just as a refresher.

Also if you're still contemplating doing the Buteyko Course, reading this Buteyko Course Manual may help you make up your mind and get a better idea of what exactly the Buteyko Breathing Course is about.
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Chapter 1

Course Guidelines

Follow these guidelines to get the most benefit from your Buteyko Breathing course. It's important to also understand the reasons for these guidelines, so if something isn’t clear to you please ask your instructor. Exceptions to the guidelines can be made after consulting with your instructor.

During the course you'll attend regular teaching sessions with your instructor to review and improve your practice, make adjustments and take it to the next level.

Be consistent in doing 3 to 5 Buteyko Breathing exercise sessions per day during the coming month for best results. 4 or 5 per day is best and 3 per day is still all-right. 2 sessions per day is not really enough. Do the exercises following the instructions and ask questions for further clarification if needed.

Breathe through the nose only (not through the mouth). The nose is made for breathing: it helps retain water from the air you exhale, helps cool the brain like air-conditioning and improves NO (nitric oxide) and CO2