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what is hypnobirthing®?

hypnobirthing® advantages

  • Eliminates the Fear‐Tension‐Pain Syndrome before, during & after birthing.
  • Reduces the need for chemical anesthesia, episiotomy, & other interventions.
  • Lessens fatigue during labor. 
  • Reduces risk of pelvic floor damage.​
  • The birthing companion is an integral part of the birthing, not an onlooker.​
  • Babies are better adjusted & happier, resulting in better eating & sleeping routines.
  • Birthing is returned to the safe, beautiful, powerful experience that Nature intended

HypnoBirthing® is as much as philosophy as it is a technique. It is a rewarding, relaxing, stress‐free method of birthing that is based on the belief that all babies should come into the world in an atmosphere of calm and joy. Through a well‐thought‐out program of deep relaxation, breathing, visualization, affirmations, and education HypnoBirthing® returns to a woman the art of birthing in a way that allows her to summon her natural birthing instincts and to birth her baby in safety and with ease. 

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Mothers were asked to rate a series of statements about how they perceived HypnoBirthing benefitted them. These are the percentages who agreed or strongly agreed. 

Between November 2010and May 2014, the HypnoBirthing Institute received 1,504 Parents’ Birth Reports from United States.
For comparison, HypnoBirthing® data are compared to Listening to Mothers III; Pregnancy and Birth Report of the Third National U.S. Survey of Women’s Childbearing Experiences. New York: Childbirth Connection, May 2013, Listening to Mothers III: Research and Data on Childbirth in the US Limited comparison data are also available from “Births: Final Data for 2012”, by Joyce A. Martin, M.P.H.; Brady E. Hamilton, Ph.D.; T.J. Mathews, M.S.; M.H.S.; Sally C. Curtin, M.A. and Michelle J.K. Osterman M.H.S.; Division of Vital Statistics. National Vital Statistics Reports, Volume 62, Number 9 December 30, 2013