Reverting Nasal Polyps
with a Buteyko Breathing Course
What are nasal polyps?
Nasal polyps are a usually nonmalignant growth or tumor protruding from the mucous lining of the nose, causing obstruction. Nasal polyps are soft, painless growths that hang down like teardrops or grapes.
Cause of nasal polyps
Considering Buteyko theory, nasal polyps can occur when:
Overbreathing is generally a bad habit, and depending on your genetics, your body may grow nasal polyps as a natural defense mechanism against overbreathing. It's trying to limit your breathing because it know you are breathing too much.
Revert nasal polyps with a Buteyko Breathing course
Reverting polyps is a slow process over several months, first aiming to stop further growth and later to start shrinking. Good results can be attained in over 2 to 4 months. Results are dependent on:
Doing both modules of our Buteyko Breathing course, and keeping in touch with us over the course of your practice, students can experience good results after 2 to 4 months of advanced Buteyko practice. As students make progress, they can start to experience gradual shrinkage of nasal polyps after several months of advanced practice.