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Bad breathing = Bad Mitochondria = CHRONIC PAIN

  • In this blog post, we will be discussing the importance of proper breathing and its impact on pain. Breathing is essential for the delivery of oxygen to our cells and tissues, and if we're not getting enough oxygen, it can lead to a state of pain over time.

  • Just like a flower needs a cup of water to survive, our cells and mitochondria need oxygen to function properly. When our breathing is not optimal, the oxygen we're taking in is not enough, and our mitochondria start to become dysfunctional. As a result, our pain perception increases, and we feel more pain. This is because when our mitochondria are not functioning properly, they start to die off, and our pain receptors become more sensitive, requiring less stimuli to cause pain.

  • So, what can we do to ensure proper breathing and prevent pain? It starts with good posture and taking deep breaths. It's important to pay attention to whether you're wheezing, feeling pain, or have any phlegm or mucus that could be obstructing your airways. If you're having any of these symptoms, it's an indication that you're not getting 100% oxygenation to your cells and tissues.

  • In conclusion, it's essential to look at the health of our mitochondria and address any breathing issues that may be causing inflammation and pain. If you're experiencing pain, it's essential to get to the root cause, which may be linked to improper breathing. Don't hesitate to reach out for help and take control of your health today. Take care!