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NO FEAR birth

no fear birth

Have you been "programmed" into believing that childbirth equals pain?

What happens when you think of something unpleasant or recall a painful experience? You probably tend to tense up, recoil, to screw your face up at the very idea. Why is this?

The body responds to the memory or thought by becoming tight and tense, the muscles squeezing tighter and becoming hard. For so many years, women have been "programmed" into believing that childbirth equals pain. This thought essentially reinforces the body's natural reaction to tense up.

What if The fear of the pain is what drives the pain?

During childbirth, you want the muscles of the uterus to become relaxed and open easily to birth. Yet, if the mother is fearful, then her baby may be trying to move through tense, stiff muscles, and it is this which can cause pain, a more prolonged birth, or the need for medical interventions. However, when your muscles are loose and relaxed, there is no resistance or struggle. Your baby can make its way effortlessly through the birth canal. All the muscles involved stretch easily, just as nature intended and work perfectly to birth your baby.

NO-FEAR Birth: how does Hyonbirthing help?

HypnoBirthing helps you to create a 'no fear birth' experience as you focus clearly on your breathing, which is vital to managing pain during childbirth. Through hypnosis, you will be able to create a deep state of relaxation, a sensation of peace and calm that leads to your muscles being able to let go and relax, helping you create the 'no fear birth' experience.

HypnoBirthing focuses on eliminating the fear which often surrounds the idea of childbirth. This fear is believed to be the leading cause of pain, discomfort and complications.

Would you like the 'NO FEAR birth' experience?

jayne_micallef_hypnobirthing_courseJoin the weekly pregnancy yoga with hypnobirthing techniques class or Calm Birth workshop for couples and start your NO FEAR journey.

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