FERTILITY & HYPNOBIRTHING
HypnoBirthing is a type of natural childbirth in which the mother is in a conscious but hypnotic state during labor to achieve an easier birth, utilizing self-hypnosis tools for hypno-anesthesia and can choose whether to go with or without drugs or other medical intervention. Since the mother is deeply relaxed, she doesn't react with fear and increased tension to her body's natural muscular responses. In turn, her body does not release adrenaline that can cause stress to both herself and the baby and prolong the labor.
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What is it?
HypnoBirthing is a type of natural childbirth in which the mother is in a conscious but hypnotic state during labor to achieve an easier birth without drugs or other medical intervention.
Who created it?
New Hampshire hypnotherapist Marie Mongan developed the trademarked curriculum in 1989 after using self-hypnosis during her own childbirth.
Why does it work?
Because the mother is deeply relaxed, she doesn't react with fear and increased tension to her body's natural muscular responses, advocates say. In turn, her body does not release adrenaline that can cause stress to both herself and the baby and prolong the labor, they say.
What does it look like?
Through spoken scripts, recordings and light touch, the "birthing companion" (often the father) puts the mother into a state of deep relaxation, which is maintained until the baby is born. It is important for the mother and companion to have thoroughly practiced this process before labor, advocates say.
Where does it happen?
A HypnoBirth can take place at home or in the hospital. Because the mother is open to suggestion while in the hypnotic state, it is important that those attending are positive and supportive of the birthing plan and that the room itself is peaceful, advocates say. Although the majority of births are without complication, it is important to have competent medical help - a midwife or doctor - readily available should they arise, advocates say.
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