A regular hospital birthing process requires induced labor, but with hypnobirthing, you only have to do natural labor. Women in labor are unable to use their natural oxytocin, your love or feel-good hormones. Synthetic oxytocin used by a medical staff brings stress early into the baby's life. With hypnobirthing, though, mothers can focus mentally and emotionally on positive and good feelings reducing stress on them and their babies.
Our thoughts hugely affect our emotional and physical responses. Unpleasant memories make us feel queasy and ill, while happy memories make us feel giddy and cheery. Like these thoughts, a relaxed state of mind can bring physical change and control to the birthing process. Good birth outcomes stem from good and positive thoughts.
Music has always been a factor in affecting someone's mood. The Hypnobirthing Hub has a wide archive of audio recordings that will teach you everything you need to know about hypnobirthing, and how you can give birth in a calm and relaxed state either in a birthing facility or even in your own home. Listen and imagine a rolling paradise - after all, isn't this what giving life is meant to be like?
The moment a mother is in labor, the hospital staff takes over every action and inch of the birthing process. Under medication and overseen by nurses and a doctor, a mother will have to wait for her baby to be presented to her: clean and clothed. Hypnobirthing allows the mother to be calm and soothed, giving labor under relaxing conditions, and completely drenched in the euphora of giving birth.
In the modern age, pregnancy and childbirth are riddled with anxiety, stress, medical interventions, and even surgical operations. But these are not the only options open to pregnant women. Hypnobirthing brings expecting mothers back to a more natural and calm labor process enveloped in positivity, tranquility, and ease.