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Can high velocity deep diaphragmatic breathing reduce adverse symptoms of cancer and its formation?

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Dr. Monish De


Practicing since :2004

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Posted on Fri, 31 Aug 2018 in Cancer
Question: Could I consult an oncologist.
I have written your doctors many times in the past. I'll try to be brief. Fifty years ago I did a lot of scuba diving and practiced "hyper ventilation". Four years ago I started a high velocity, deep diaphragmatic way of breathing which puts about 15 times more oxygen into the blood. I have seen unbelievable results such as no colds or flu for four years, cure of high cholesterol, Afib gone etc.,
I now have about 40 people doing this breathing. Two months ago I met a cancer patient who has/had
two breast tumours. Here are her results in 50 days taking chemo and doing my breathing routine:
- 81% reduction (42 sq. cm. to 8 sq. cm.) in tumours in 50 days – Oncologist quote “never seen this before”
- Blood pressure of 177/110 reduced to 117/78 over same 50 day period
- 100% blood oxygen level - Nurse quote “never seen this before - usually 75 to 80% during chemo”
- Almost without any pain and side effects for 50 days, even during initial 3 chemotherapies
- Lost 9 lbs. - Return of strength to entire body
- Blurry vision returned to crystal clear vision instantly on Dec. 8th.
- Partial paralysis in jaw and mouth greatly improved instantly on Dec. 8th
- Blood pressure - XXXXXXX 29th. stayed at 117/78 before and after chemo – nurse quote “usually goes up to 180”.
Would you please give me your comments.
Answered by Dr. Monish De 5 hours later
Brief Answer:
Deep diaphragmatic way of breathing reduces cancer chance by 35%

Detailed Answer:

After hearing your history your advise to the breast cancer patient of high velocity hyper ventilation deep diaphragmatic way of breathing which puts 15 times more oxygen into the blood is absolutely right

When your blood does not receive enough oxygen a condition called hypoxia it leads to cancer formation invasion and spread called metastasis.

Diaphragmatic way of breathing reduces this condition and prevent cancer formation along with reduction of other symptoms as mentioned by you

Moreover hypoxia can compromise the function of macrophages, enzymes and other cytokines and lymphocytes of the immune system which helps against prevention of cancer.

So I would advise cancer patients a high velocity, deep diaphragmatic way of breathing as it reduces adverse symptoms of cancer and its formation by 35%
Hope I have answered your query.

Dr Monish De

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