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What Is Hypnobirthing?

"If you're having trouble getting your baby to sleep at night, try hypnobirthing. It may be the answer you're looking for. The practice of hypnobirthing has been around for more than a hundred years and is gaining popularity with every passing year. " ~ From a Mothers' Guide to Childbirth by Peg Pickering Hypnobirthing Guide

"MOVE over, Lamaze. Hypnobirthing experts say their newest form of natural childbirth takes the pain and panting out of laboring labor." ~Time Magazine

I've researched hypnobirthing, and there are many forms of hypnobirthing on the market today, some of them are more expensive than others. One way I'd recommend you select your hypnobirthing technique is to see if it offers a hypnobabieset, or a self-hypnosis CD that you can listen to in the comfort of your own home. In my experience, hypnobabieset CDs give better results than self-hypnosis recordings do, although both have their advantages.

During hypnobirthing, your midwife or OB will use visualisation techniques to put your mind at ease before your baby is even born. For me, self-hypnosis gave me better results. These CDs can be very helpful, but only if you listen to them in the privacy of your own home. Be aware, however, that many hypnobirthing providers and professionals discourage the use of visualisation during labour. This is because the visualisation techniques can make the pain worse.

Another hypnobirthing course offered is the Positive Birth Report. This is a program developed by Holly Hayden, who describes herself as a "birth psychologist". I was surprised that she includes hypnobirthing as one of her areas of expertise. Her website mentions that positive birth is often accompanied by increased energy levels, fewer hospital admissions, fewer samples (which mean easier labours), and less crying and stress. She also mentions the hypnobirthing option.

While it's true that you'll experience less need for analgesia during your labour, this doesn't mean you won't need it. A painkiller may be all you need to ensure a positive birth experience. My own counsellor gave me a list of drugs (antidepressants), including painkillers, that I would need. She also recommended I take an exercise class instead.

The good news is that you can still enjoy hypnobirthing, without the risks associated with the use of painkillers or any drugs. You can choose an epidural if you prefer not to have the pain completely removed from your body. In addition, you can choose not to have any drugs at all. The great advantage of this method is that you can still enjoy the peacefulness that's associated with hypnobirthing.

Hypnobirthing is a very safe and relaxing method of childbirth. If you are having your first child you should look into it. It's more than likely that you will be very impressed with the results. Just think of how wonderful it would be if you could prevent any pain or discomfort after the birth of your baby. Your labour and delivery would be so much easier.

The most common techniques of hypnobirthing include; positive expectation, positive induction, no-stress back-down, distraction, music therapy, respiratory exercises, and breathing techniques. Positive expectation is simply what you expect to feel when you come into the world. Positive induction is about taking a minute or so, out of your labour, to relax. This will put you in a place to fully enjoy your experience.

My HypnoBirthing Australia review also looked at the ways hypnobirthing reduces the stress load on new parents both in the labour and the post-birth experience. This is due to some of the techniques used during the process. Hypnosis is not only safer for the mother, but it has been shown to reduce the stress levels of new dads as well. For those that are worried about post-partum depression, HypnoBirthing Australia offers counselling services. With regards to less pain, babies that are born before full term have lower incidences of Neonatal Hypnobirthing Syndrome, also known as NAS.

Many women who choose to try HypnoBirthing Australia, do so because they have had issues with anxiety leading up to their labour. Many women report being completely relaxed the entire time. Many women fear that their anxiety will get the best of them and force them into labour. However, many women report that their fears are unfounded, and that hypnobirthing gives them a sense of peace and security.

It's important to know that there is a difference between fear and anxiety when it comes to getting pregnant and giving birth. We all experience fear from time to time in life. However, if fear becomes excessive and interferes with the safety of your infant, you should seek professional help. Hypnobirthing does not cause fear and anxiety and should not be considered as an alternative to professional childbirth. Rather, it can be used to complement or to supplement.

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