If you have not tried HypnoBirthing, chances are you know someone who has tried. The Duchess of Cambridge has recently revealed that she used the technique – which, contrary to what you might think, does not involve swinging pendulums or look into the eyes of someone – to help during pregnancy and birth, saying that she discovered the "power of the mind over the body."
The mixture of deep breathing and visualization exercises also helped its agreement with hyperemesis – a severe form of morning sickness. "I saw the power of it, meditation, deep breathing, and things like that … and I realized it was something I could take control," she said. You can also look for the best hypnobirthing online classes for better understanding.
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Hypnobirthing is essentially a pre-birth education trying to give pregnant women a confident view of birth – and the belief that it should not be painful says the National Childbirth Trust (NCT).
The goal is a shorter work, more comfortable, less need for intervention. And practice teaches women that pain is a fear response that you can avoid learning the right techniques. It is generally taught face to face in classes – more than five to eight weekly sessions or sessions over two days. It can also be taught online.
There is also full consciousness, guided meditation, "Touch massage light" which can be done by a partner and information on the induction and intervention. Women are encouraged to make simple frame decisions, weigh the benefits and risks.