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5 Tips for a Stress-Free Birth
Although childbirth is a wonderful experience, it can also be a little bit daunting. Well, it doesn’t matter whether it is your first time or fifth time, each labor experience tends to be completely different, and the experience will largely depend on how you plan for every situation…
Important facts about Vitamin K
Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that forms an essential part of our blood’s ability to clot.A newborn baby has very little Vitamin K, as the vitamin does not cross the placenta, and a baby’s gut bacteria (gained during the birth) has yet to produce any for them. It is essential for strong bones, preventing heart disease, and a crucial part of other bodily processes….
Having a Baby? 10 Questions to Ask
First, you should learn as much as you can about all your choices. There are many different ways of caring for a mother and her baby during labor and birth. Birthing care that is better and healthier for mothers and babies is called “Mother-Friendly.” Some birth places or settings are more Mother-
Friendly than others…
How the Duchess of Cambridge was able to look so fresh after royal baby
CATHERINE, the Duchess of Cambridge, is a hypnobirther who uses techniques including self-hypnosis and visualisation during labour, leaving her ready to appear before the world’s media looking fresh faced and camera ready just seven hours after giving birth.
Canada’s C-section rate at record high
Canada’s pregnancy specialists are calling on doctors to curb the fast-growing use of caesarean sections to deliver babies, saying the worrisome trend is exposing mothers and infants to more risk, not less…
Kate unleashes a wave of HypnoBirthing® women in Australia
Following news that Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton used HypnoBirthing for her natural birth and hypnosis early in her pregnancy for morning sickness, a new wave of women are becoming interested in this natural approach to childbirth.
The use of hypnosis for birth has been employed prior to the 19th century, with early attempts at hypno-suggestive labour pain relief made back in the 1880s while but its popularity didn’t begin to become more known until the 1940’s by obstetrician Dr. Grantly Dick-Read…