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Intermittent Hypoxic Training Wellness Vacations

By: Michael Plishka - Published: • References: tvrejuvenation & rejuvenationcruises.org
We often take breathing for granted; after all, we do it automatically. But, when our breathing isn’t efficient, when we breath poor quality air, our health can suffer. We often turn to inhalers or other drugs, and occasionally to meditation. We may even learn proven new breathing techniques like the Buteyko Method.

Now, Dr. Tamara Voronina has taken a health-improving technique reserved for Olympic athletes, pilots and astronauts and made it available to everyone. She has even started a special cruise line to highlight her new treatment: Rejuvenation Cruises.

The new treatment, Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT), was first introduced into Britain by Dr. Voronina. According to her website, this technique results in relaxation, strengthening of the immune system and release of excess water and detoxification. The following can be treated with this approach:

-Depression, panic attack and anxiety

-Pulmonary conditions, such as asthma and chronic occupational lung diseases

-Cardiovascular diseases, all conditions which are connected with poor circulation

-Metabolic diseases, such as obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol

-Skin diseases (acne, eczema, and allergy)

-Eye trauma

-Iron deficiency anemia

-Fatigue

-Reduction in post-radiation therapy side effects

-Improved sport performance

-Improved sexual health

Dr. Voronina also offers equipment so that this training can be done at home. Stats for Rejuvenation Cruises Trending: Older & Mild
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