Did your last night dream about a painful labor scared you?? Or did your friend and relatives narrated their horror labor experiences?? Oh! My beautiful mommies to be please, don't stock your heads with all such things. Let's make a new-gen labor experiences for you all and cast a new launch of paving a soothing labor time.
STRIKE YOUR PRESSURE POINTS
Pressure point relaxation, yes mommies! It works wonders. The pressure points holds the toxins releasing ability, and if it is handled and massaged well can strike the right chords of managing the birthing pains. Try rubbing in a circular motion until you feel a contraction, when the contraction is over, begin pressing again.
It might sound of no point but, if tried can prove to be a matter of help. The continuous pain on one side can be tossed to cast it in others sides by continuously flipping the position of relaxing. We are in general advised to keep changing the position of our sitting as one posture builds the functioning of whole body in one particular direction. "Different positions in labor, hands and knees, standing squat, resting on work out ball or with leg up in standing squat can all help with labor," states Williams.
Hot water has always made its mark, in relieving the pains, be it your menstrual pains or muscle cramps. The one stop ease is the soothing warm therapy. It is seen that warmth relaxes the muscles and allow the tensed muscles to pump the blood in the right way. Many birthing centers and hospitals now recognize the importance and value of water births and have installed birthing tubs in their labor rooms to aide women giving birth.
Yes, you heard it right, but it is not for the after contractions as having intercourse induces labor and makes females to release the hormone called Oxytocin in addition, the male's semen contains prostaglandins that cause the muscles to contract and also helps to soften the cervix.
Walk, ladies walk as it is a natural way to ease down any built-up pressure. Make sure you have comfortable fitting shoes, especially if your feet are experiencing any swelling, and drink plenty of water. You're not looking for a cardio experience; just keep a gentle, natural pace that your baby can find a rhythm with.