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Childbirth Hypnosis

Learn the Benefits of Hypnobirthing

Hypnosis for childbirth helps provide relief and comfort to pregnant women. There are many ways it can emotionally and mentally benefit expectant mothers.

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How Hypnosis Helps You During Childbirth

If you’re an expectant mother who is feeling anxious and afraid of pregnancy, turn to Childbirth Hypnosis. I teach hypnobirthing, which is a technique that has many benefits for pregnant women.

What Hypnosis Does During Childbirth

  • Reduces or eradicates fear, tension and pain before, during, and after your labour and delivery
  • Gives you control over your labour and birth
  • Reduces or eliminates the need for pain medication
  • Allows you to be conscious and cooperative with your midwife or physician
  • Allows you to speed up or slow down your labour
  • Increases your confidence about birthing naturally
  • Unlike medication, hypnosis does not cause extra stress on the circulatory, respiratory, hepatic, or renal systems
  • Reduces or eliminates fatigue during labour and after delivery
  • Shortens labour time by approximately 2 to 4 (or more) hours for most mothers
  • Eases delivery
  • Requires no elaborate education, only a willingness to use it
  • Allows for faster healing time and recovery
  • Significantly decreases the risk of mothers becoming depressed after birth (postpartum depression)

Disclaimer

Before labour begins, hypnosis can be used to turn a breech (bottom first) or posterior (sunny side up) baby. A physician's approval is needed.


Please note that total pain elimination cannot be guaranteed with hypnosis as each pregnancy and labour is unique.

References

  1. Brown DC, Hammond DC. Evidence-based clinical hypnosis for obstetrics, labor and delivery, and preterm labor. International Journal of Clinical Experimental Hypnosis. 2007 Jul;55(3):355-71.
  2. Cyna AM, McAuliffe GL, Andrew MI. Hypnosis for pain relief in labour and childbirth: a systematic review. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2004 Oct;93(4):505-11.
  3. Harmon TM, Hynan MT, Tyre TE. Improved obstetric outcomes using hypnotic analgesia and skill mastery combined with childbirth education. Journal of Consulting Clinical Psychology. 1990 Oct;58(5):525-30.

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