Minneapolis, MN, March 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- There is a way out of inhalers, breathlessness and lifestyle limitations for estimated 23 millions of American asthmatics (Summary Health Statistics for U.S. Adults: National Health Interview Survey, 2006, Tables 3 and 4. http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/series/sr_10/sr10_232.pdf). In this economy the lost jobs, rising health care and inhaler costs make it more difficult than ever to follow a continuous drug regiment typical for chronic asthmatics. For many failure to stay on preventive steroid drugs could result in life threatening asthma episodes. For others, years of daily medication use might lead to damaging side effects. A complimentary treatment called the Buteyko Method claims that no matter what type or severity your asthma is, you can get a significant relief and reduce or eliminate your drug intake.
Asthma in Minnesota
According to Minnesota Department of Health, asthma is the leading serious chronic illness among children in the United States, and among the top 10 emergency department diagnoses for children in the Twin Cities. In Minnesota, more than 79,000 children – one in 15 – have asthma.
One in 10 Minnesota adults age 18 and older report that they have been diagnosed with asthma at some point in their lives. 7% of Minnesota adults (nearly 350,000 people) report that they currently have asthma.
Safe, virtually no cost therapy
The Buteyko Method is safe for any age and disease severity, and does not include the use of any drugs, supplements or devices. There are no costs involved except the educational workshop fee, which averages around the cost of just one month supply of commonly prescribed in the US preventive inhalers. Considering that most moderate to severe asthmatics should continuously use inhalers for months and years, there is little doubt the Buteyko therapy could significantly reduce costs for patients, medical insurance providers and save taxpayers’ money directed at Government subsidized Healthcare.
Buteyko Therapy facts
The Buteyko Therapy, named by its creator, Russian Professor of Medicine K.P. Buteyko, is based on the notion that many chronic conditions, asthma being most prominent, originate from commonly overlooked by medical profession diagnosis of Chronic Hyperventilation Syndrome (CHVS).
The method is virtually unknown in the USA, but has received considerable recognition in Europe, Russia, Australia and New Zealand.
1. Buteyko method has six published independent medical trials, showing its undeniable effectiveness.
2. Average trial results showed 75% fewer symptoms, 90% reduction in reliever medication use and 49% reduction in preventer use just after three months.
3. Buteyko method is included as an asthma therapy by a number of clinics and hospitals in Europe, Russia and Australia
4. Buteyko method debated in UK House of Parliament in June 2002
5. In 2008, The British Thoracic Society in their Guideline on the Management of Asthma upgraded Buteyko Breathing technique to category B, meaning that there are high quality clinical trials supporting the effectiveness of the method in reducing asthma symptoms and bronchodilator use.
6. Buteyko method is offered by Health Insurance companies in Europe as member benefit
7. Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) listed Buteyko Breathing Technique among the most promising alternative asthma treatments
8. Coventry University in the UK offers a course to train nurses how to teach the Buteyko Breathing Method to patients with asthma
9. In Glasgow, Scotland, The Buteyko Breathing Method is included into curriculum of 10 local schools.
Where to get help
AsthmaCare Program is offering workshops in Minneapolis since 2008 to help people with asthma, allergies and other respiratory disorders. AsthmaCare Program essentially is a complimentary to conventional treatment Breathing Retraining Program that consists of series of educational workshops, breathing retraining practice and lifestyle advice to stop asthma for life. Qualified AsthmaCare Practitioner is dedicated to work with each individual until they achieve results.
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