Hypnosis For Labour Pain The New Trend !

Self-Hypnosis For Labour

The Expectation of pain is the predominant fear-factor that women experience, which actually causes excessive pain in childbirth.

Many women these days are seeking out alternative options in helping them cope with the pain of labour. Breathing techniques along with self-hypnosis for labour and supportive midwives to deal with contractions.

There has been a significant rise in the number of pregnant mothers looking for childbirth preparation courses from 12 weeks on up to 38 weeks, in advance of their due date and as you read some hypnobirthing experiences here you will see how taking the time to prepare has certainly paid off!

Through pre-natal classes, couples are taught self-hypnosis for labour, as well as other techniques such as visualisation, deep relaxation and breathing techniques. Women who used self-hypnosis for labour and breathing techniques have reported feeling less pain or, in some cases, no pain at all.

Included on the hypnobirthing courses are hypnotic conditioning audios that are listened to throughout the pregnancy along with affirmations that are empowering and a great book by Katharine Graves on Hypnobirthing
 
Hypnobirthing Classes are designed to leave you feeling positive, confident and optimistic, and look forward to your baby's birth with confidence and trust.

It's All About Releasing Tension & Stress From Body Along With Being Mentally Prepared For The Birth.  

 The Hypnobirthing Classes Include Learning:-

  • The basics of self-hypnosis for labour
  • The birth process and its physiology
  • Visualisations and deep relaxation
  • Simple massage techniques
  • Breathing techniques
  • Building confidence through self-hypnosis
  • Preparation for childbirth
  • Birth choices information
  • Perineal massage to help prepare the body for a safe birth
  • Fear-release methods to allow you to be relaxed and confident for the birth
  • Self-hypnosis for labour inducing, deep relaxation for a gentle safe birth
  • Visualisation exercises to keep you grounded, serene and positive
  • How your mind and body work together efficiently and comfortably

Experience A Natural, Calm, Comfortable Childbirth
Using Self-Hypnosis For Labour!

Research shows that massage, touch and breathing techniques - reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure, increases blood circulation and lymph flow, relaxes muscles, improves range of motion, and increases endorphins, which are the body’s natural pain killers that helps guide you in birthing your baby.  

Dr Grantly Dick-Read (1890-1959) was a British Obstetrician who was regarded by many as the father of ‘natural child birthing movement’. He became the first president of the UK’s Natural Childbirth Foundation (NCT).

He hypothesised that “the fear felt by a woman during childbirth caused blood to be filtered away from the uterus, so it could be used by the muscles that would flee the dangerous situation. The fear & tension causes labour pains in approx. 95% of birthing women”.

Learning self-hypnosis for labour can help to reduce the first stage of labour by up to 50%. The average birth time for mothers using self-hypnosis and hypnobirthing techniques is between 5 and 7 hours versus the national average of 12-15 hours!



 

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