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What are The Benefits of A Water Birth?

Have you ever heard of a water birth? It is a natural way to give birth that involves giving birth in a water environment. During the water birth, the mother is allowed to completely relax. The relaxing environment carries the idea of letting the mother and child have the birth they need and want. The water is said to allow a deeper, more comfortable birth for the mother and child. The warm water helps the laboring mother relax and cushions the pressure of the contractions.

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There are many reasons to consider a water birth. A natural birth has many benefits for both mother and child. The benefits of a water birth include : • Increased blood flow to the uterus • Decreased risk of tearing • Decreased risk of infection • Decreased risk of hemorrhaging • Decreased risk of pain • Decreased risk of premature contractions • Decreased risk of early onset of labor  • Decreased need for forceps • Decreased need for episiotomy • Decreased need for forceps •

How to Prepare for a Water Birth

You’ve been thinking about giving birth this way for a while. You have heard that having a water birth can be peaceful and beautiful, and that you and your baby will love it. You figure that if you are experiencing the hypnosis portion, then you will be able to cope with the discomfort of labor and birth. You have a few questions about hypnosis, but are still not sure if it’s going to be helpful for you to have a water birth.

Here are some tips to help you prepare for your water birth. Make sure that the center you chose to give birth is equipped and allows water births. If you are planning a home birth, make sure to have your birthing pool installed in advance and ready when you need it.

Make sure your birth partner understands how to support you by providing towels, inflatable pillows, warming-up the tub water,etc

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How to Combine a Water Birth With a Hypnosis for Natural Birth Program like Hypno-Baby?

It is so important to understand the physiology of hypnosis that it is called a ‘natural’ process, because it does involve many forms of suggestion. This is because it is based on the brain’s natural processes and is as natural as eating and breathing. However, you need to train in advance to be able to go in hypnosis as you need it. Going in hypnosis can be very easy when you are in water during labor as you will have practiced going to your perfect place and relax.

If you want to know more about how to combine a water birth with a hypnosis for natural birth, then this article is for you. There is a lot of information that goes into planning a natural birth, and you may be thinking of hypnosis as only a component of the overall birth preparation. But, the truth is that hypnosis can be used to prepare you for a water birth, or any other kind of birthing position, much more effectively than just reading a book or taking a class.

You will have time to practice as often you will seek relaxation in a warm tub of water to ease your pregnancy discomfort. Furthermore, taking a bath is a sure way of differentiating between real and false labor and will usually stop false labor so you can go to sleep after your relaxing bath.

Laboring In Water

Women have been given the power to have the birth they want and deserve. The Hypno-Baby program is a complete program for natural birth with hypnosis. All you need is a willingness to follow the guidance in the program, and we’ll show you exactly how to start the birth of your dreams.

Most birthing centers have tubs available for women who want to give birth naturally. If you chose to not take the epidural, laboring in warm water might make you very comfortable by making you more lightweight and easing the pressure of the contractions. Do not worry though, you will feel it when your baby starts its descent even if you are totally relaxed in water. Trust your body!

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