La science soutient la Respiration Intermittente

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La Respiration Intermittente est soutenue par des milliers d'études scientifiques dont voici une petite sélection.

Normes pour une respiration normale

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Castro M. Control of breathing. In: Physiology, Berne RM, Levy MN (eds), 4-th edition, Mosby, St. Louis, 1998.

Douglas CG, Haldane JS, The regulation of normal breathing, Journal of Physiology 1909; 38: p. 420–440.

Ganong WF, Review of medical physiology, 15-th ed., 1995, Prentice Hall Int., London.

Guyton AC, Physiology of the human body, 6-th ed., 1984, Suanders College Publ., Philadelphia.

McArdle W.D., Katch F.I., Katch V.L., Essentials of exercise physiology (2nd edition); Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, London 2000.

Straub NC, Section V, The Respiratory System, in Physiology, eds. RM Berne & MN Levy, 4-th edition, Mosby, St. Louis, 1998.

Summary of values useful in pulmonary physiology: man. Section: Respiration and Circulation, ed. by P.L. Altman & D.S. Dittmer, 1971, Bethesda, Maryland (Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology).

Ventilation par minute d'une personne malade

Problème cardiaque 12 à 15 litres / minute : Dimopoulou et al, 2001

Hypertension 12 litres / minute : D'Alonzo et al, 1987

Cancer 12 litres / minute : Travers et al, 2008

Diabète 12 à 17 litres / minute : Bottini et al, 2003

Asthme 15 litres / minute : Johnson et al, 1995

Apnée du sommeil 15 litres / minute : Radwan et al, 2001

Cirrhose du foie 11 à 18 litres / minute : Epstein et al, 1998

Anxiété et attaque de panique 12 litres / minute : Pain et al, 1991

Trouble bipolaire 11 litres / minute : MacKinnon et al, 2007

L'oxygène est un mythe

Beall 2007. Two routes to functional adaptation: Tibetan and Andean high-altitude natives

Iscoe et.al. 2011. Supplementary oxygen for nonhypoxemic patients: O2 much of a good thing?

Massabuau 2003. Primitive, and protective, our cellular oxygenation status?

Hsia et.al. 2013. Evolution of Air Breathing: Oxygen Homeostasis and the Transitions from Water to Land and Sky

Laurino et.al. 2012. Mind-body relationships in elite apnea divers during breath holding: a study of autonomic responses to acute hypoxemia

L'oxygénation durant le repos et l'effort physique

Richardson et.al. 2006. Human skeletal muscle intracellular oxygenation: the impact of ambient oxygen availability

Sun et.al. 2001. Carbon dioxide pressure-concentration relationship in arterial and mixed venous blood during exercise

CO2 et acide lactique

Bussotti et.al. 2008. End-tidal pressure of CO2 and exercise performance in healthy subjects.

Robergs et.al. 2004. Biochemistry of exercise-induced metabolic acidosis

Avest et.al. 2010. Elevated lactate during psychogenic hyperventilation

Circulation du sang

Gilbert 2005. Better Chemistry Through Breathing: The Story of Carbon Dioxide and How It Can Go Wrong

Varlaro et.al. 2007. Carboxytherapy: effects on microcirculation and its use in the treatment of severe lymphedema

Kolka 2013. Treating Diabetes with Exercise – Focus on the Microvasculature

Fathi et.al. 2011. Carbon dioxide influence on nitric oxide production in endothelial cells and astrocytes: Cellular mechanisms

Press release 1998. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1998

Co2 : anti-oxydant majeur

Vesela and Wilhelm 2002. The Role of Carbon Dioxide in Free Radical Reactions of the Organism

Kogan et.al. 1997. Carbon dioxide–a universal inhibitor of the generation of active oxygen forms by cells (deciphering one enigma of evolution)

Kogan et.al. 1996. Ability of carbon dioxide to inhibit generation of superoxide anion radical in cells and its biomedical role

Croinin et.al. 2005. Bench-to-bedside review: Permissive hypercapnia

CO2 et inflammations

Cummins et.al. 2010. NF-κB Links CO2 Sensing to Innate Immunity and Inflammation in Mammalian Cells

Takeshita et.al. 2003 Hypercapnic Acidosis Attenuates Endotoxin-Induced Nuclear Factor-B Activation

Laffey and Kavanagh 1999. Carbon dioxide and the critically ill—too little of a good thing?

Curley et.al. 2011. Can ‘permissive’ hypercapnia modulate the severity of sepsis-induced ALI/ARDS?

Coakley et.al. 2002. Ambient pCO2 modulates intracellular pH, intracellular oxidant generation, and interleukin-8 secretion in human neutrophils

Wang et.al. 2010. Elevated CO2 selectively inhibits interleukin-6 and tumor necrosis factor expression and decreases phagocytosis in the macrophage

CO2 et réduction de la douleur

Grant and Rainville 2009. Pain sensitivity and analgesic effects of mindful states in Zen meditators: a cross-sectional study

Curley et.al. 2010. Bench-to-bedside review: Carbon dioxide

Fukuda et.al. 2006 Moderate hypercapnia-induced anesthetic effects and endogenous opioids.

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