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Does performing high velocity deep diaphragmatic breathing benefits heart and cancer patient?

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Dr. Ilir Sharka

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Posted on Fri, 31 Aug 2018 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Question: Thanks to Dr. Sharka, may I get an opinion of another specialist. I have written your doctors quite a few times in the past. I'll try to be brief. Four years ago I started a

high velocity deep diaphragmatic breath 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., 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.

- Anna’s Oncologist has suggested she take part in a research study.

- 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.
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Answered by Dr. Ilir Sharka 32 minutes later
Brief Answer:
My opinion as follows:

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

It is me again, as you mentioned my name to the question and thus it was considered a direct question to me, by the XXXXXXXXXXX system.

I would like to mention another argument in favor of your breathing method as a possible successful therapy in treating cancer or endstage patients.

As I already mentioned, there are not any studies in the literature about this breathing method and its benefits.

But, it can be correlated to hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which main mechanism is to increase blood oxygen levels. It is known to help agaist ischemia and improve the blood circulation and thus organ function.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is an expensive therapy and needs special rooms with oxygen supply.

While this breathing method may be performed by everyone, anywhere, without any cost, and have similar effects.

The increased oxygen levels can help improve the cardiac function and other organ functions as well.

From the other hand, by increasing the blood flow to the heart and improving the circulation of blood, it can help reduce the free oxidative radicals in the tissues, which are a known contributing factor to aging, tumor growth and thus organ dysfunction.

So, why do not make a study and include more patients to try this method and study its results in a wide population of patients.

You should discuss with the oncologist on this method.

Hope you will find this information helpful!

Wishing all the best,

Dr. Iliri


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