Down syndrome is a genetic disorder where extra genetic material from chromosome 21 is transferred to a newly formed embryo. People suffering from Down’s syndrome has a distinct appearance. These patients suffer from growth retardation so they don’t have a normal bodily structure and height. They sustain decreased mental function and their IQ levels tend to be quite low. There can be language development problems too.
The traditional treatment for patients with Down’s syndrome includes physical, occupational and speech therapy which may marginally help improve language, motor, and social skills.
There have been some studies done on the effects of deep corrective breathing, and one such popular exercise is Nitaai Breathing which has shown positive outcomes on people with Down’s syndrome.
A lot of neurological and neurochemical defects that hamper their growth have shown significant improvements in those patients who practice Nitaai Breathing. With regular practice, their growth hormones revert close to the natural levels. Their thinking and reasoning functions show a great upward trend, learning capabilities and memory increases. IQ levels rise and their immuno and cardiovascular health significantly improves.
Children with Down’s syndrome tend to take deep corrective breathing exercise Nitaai Breathing, very easily. In fact, they can be one of the best and relaxed practitioners of it. Although they need a little more than the basic instruction to get them going and most of the time they love it! Nitaai Breathing, being such an easy form of corrective breathing exercise, soon becomes an interesting game for them and they enjoy repeating it. The more it is repeated, the more it benefits. People suffering from this genetic disorder have incredible scope of improvement towards normalcy with this revolutionary process of Nitaai Breathing.