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The Buteyko method was originally developed in the 1950s by physiologist Konstantin Buteyko in Russia. Advocates of this method believe that the effects of chronic hyperventilation would have even wider effects than is commonly accepted. These effects include widespread spasms of the muscle in the airways (bronchospasm), disturbance of cell energy production via the Krebs cycle, as well as disturbance e of numerous vital homeostatic chemical reactions in the body. The Buteyko method is purported method of "retraining" the body's breathing pattern to correct for the presumed chronic hyperventilation and hypocapnea, and thereby treat or cure the body of these medical problems. However, research into the effectiveness of Buteyko have focused almost exclusively on Asthma. The same study can be done using outcome measures like End-Tidal Carbon dioxide (ET CO2),Minute Volume (MV) and Control Pause (CP). The conventional Chest Physiotherapy (CCP) can be substituted by Aerobics as an intervention in the control group. The same study can be done on normal subjects as well as in the patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Cardiac Conditions.
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Komal Anil Otwani obtained her master of Physiotherapy from Saurashtra University. She is working with U N Mehta Institute of Cardiology and Research Centre, Gujarat, India. She is a life-time member of The Indian Association of Physiotherapists and also,