effective home birth preparation self hypnosis cd programme for home birth by maggie howell and natal hypnotherapy  (audio cd - 1 mar 2009)
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  • Audio CD: 30 pages
  • Publisher: Natal Hypnotherapy; 3rd Revised edition edition (1 Mar 2009)
  • ISBN-10: 1905220510
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905220519

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"Thank you for enabling me to have the type of birth I really wanted. Third baby at home and the first with no drugs" - Kath, Melbourne, Australia "I was able to have micronaps between contractions - I do feel the CD had a big part to play in that...I coped really well with the pain...I felt no anxiety through out the labour and indeed trusted my body to do the right thing - which it did. Many thanks" - Angela, London "Home birth in 3.5 hours! Very empowered. Growling, vibrated with noise." Brigit Eley

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The benefits of listening to the "Home Birth Preparation CD" include: reducing any fears about giving birth; increasing your ability to manage and reduce pain naturally; developing a deep trust of your bodies ability to give birth naturally; feeling calm, relaxed and prepared for the birth; increasing your sense of being in control; increasing your chance of having a drug fee labour; reducing the chances of having post natal depression; and, giving birth at home, which can be the most rewarding and fulfilling experience. By listening to the CD during pregnancy, you are effectively rehearsing the way you will act both physically as well as emotionally during the birthing process. Remember, pain in labour is predominantly the result of tension in your body, and tension is the result of fear. Take away the fear and the tension and you will naturally reduce the pain. The CD teaches you deep relaxation and breathing exercises as well as unique pain management strategies which enable you to be calm, in control and to manage the level of pain during the birth. It gives you the opportunity to 'experience' a wonderful, calm home birth in your mind, from the first contraction through to holding your baby in your arms