Hypnobirthing without classes

    HypnoBirthing without classes

    HypnoBirthing without classes Part 1 - Book Reviews

    So you decided to try learning HypnoBirthing on your own. Good for you! We at ParentsNeed HQ want to make it as easy as possible for you to learn on your own.

    The best way to get started is to get a Hypnobirthing book. To save you time, we've narrowed down the best books out there so you don't have to wonder: what’s the best Hypnobirthing book?

    HypnoBirthing

    HypnoBirthing Mongan

    The first part of the book provides a very encouraging read and explains why you can birth your baby without medication or terrible pain. It offers very plausible explanations about how our thoughts influence our bodies and how fear, tension and pain are linked together. It also has great and effective breathing exercises as well as visualizations that can help you achieve that dream birth.

    The rest of the book contains useful tips that you may need throughout your pregnancy  such as: what to do if the baby is past the due date; or the best birthing positions. All in all, it is a very interesting and informative read and using the exercises in the book will definitely help you stay relaxed during your birthing experience.

    Marie Mongan is the founder of Hypnobirthing so if you are looking for a book that will teach you the original Hypnobirthing method, then Marie Mongan’s book is the one you want to buy.

    The book comes with a CD with deep relaxation exercises. It’s a good idea to listen to these deep relaxation exercises several times, so your body gets used to going into a state of relaxation.

    HypnoBirthing

    Format

    Paperback

    Pages

    308

    Author

    Marie Mongan

    Book Dimensions

    6 x 1 x 9 inches

    Mindful Hypnobirthing

    Mindful HypnoBirthing

    The first third of this book covers the topic of hypnosis and visualization.  It also stresses the importance of positive thinking and provide tools and techniques to think positively in your daily life. The rest of the book describe the birthing process as well as the different scenarios during labor.

    This book provides several easy-to-use and reassuring mindfulness techniques to practice throughout pregnancy and birth to ensure you remain relaxed, confident, focused, and in control. Included in the book are links to downloadable hypnosis tracks and relaxation tracks. This book is also available as an ebook.

    Mindful Hypnobirthing

    Format

    Paperback

    Pages

    246

    Author

    Sophie Fletcher

    Book Dimensions

    5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches

    Mindful Birthing

    Mindful Birthing

    This book will teach you where pain form childbirth originates and methods to prevent pain. It offers many different exercises on dealing with discomfort and pain during birth. It is an informative and helpful read about pain management, meditation and breathing. 

    Further, this book contains good advice about childbirth as well as provides different views of raising your child. While this book encourages natural birth, it is written in a way to empower all mothers-to-be, including those who may want or need various medical interventions.

    Mindful Birthing

    Format

    Paperback

    Pages

    384

    Author

    Nancy Bardacke

    Book Dimensions

    6 x 1 x 9 inches

    Ina May's Guide to Childbirth

    Ina May's Guide to Childbirth

    Ina May is a midwife and her book is not necessarily about Hypnobirthing, more about how to trust in your body in order to achieve a natural and unmedicated birth. As the author is against any medical interventions, she offers great advice on how avoid unnecessary procedures, what to expect in a hospital and how to speak up to follow your own wishes and not the hospitals’ staff. 

    The first part of the book is a collection of different birth stories, while the second part is the practical part. She provides a lot of methods to reduce pain as well as methods to release your bodies natural pain killers.

    This book also offers medical information and is a great read for anybody trying to learn more about the process of childbirth.

    Ina May's Guide to Childbirth

    Format

    Paperback

    Pages

    368

    Author

    Ina May

    Book Dimensions

    6 x 0.7 x 9 inches

    Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way

    Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way

    This method embraces the idea that childbirth is a natural process and that, with the right preparation, most women can avoid pain medication and routine interventions during labor and birth. It's named after American obstetrician Robert Bradley, who developed the method in the late 1940s.

    With the Bradley method mothers are encouraged to trust their body and focus on diet and exercise throughout pregnancy, it teaches couples to manage labor through deep breathing and the support of a partner or labor coach.

    The new updated edition brings this classic book on Natural childbirth up to date for birthing in modern times. It comes with lots of scientific information and does an amazing job of covering the physiological process of birth with illustrations along with practical tips and exercises.

    After reading this book, you will have a good idea of what you are going to feel when contractions begin. The book gives great visualizations and descriptive scenarios of how you will feel and what you will need from your partner. Another major benefit of this book is that it contains a lot of information for your partner so they will have the confidence to coach and support the mother through birth.

    Overall, this is a wonderful book, even if certain chapters are a bit outdated but it lays out exactly what to expect.

    Natural Childbirth the Bradley Way

    Format

    Paperback

    Pages

    336

    Author

    Susan McCutcheon

    Book Dimensions

    9.1 x 0.9 x 6.9 inches

    I hope you enjoyed reading a quick summary about the different HypnoBirthing books out there. Part 2 of HypnoBirthing without classes will cover questions such as: HypnoBirthing without partner; Hypnobirthing without doula; HypnoBirthing Exercises to practice; and much more! 

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