The Labour Companion can be used during labour to help keep you calm, focused, relaxed and breathing effectively.
To get the maximum benefit from these audio tracks, you should learn the techniques from the Natal Hypnotherapy birth preparation audio tracks and the book during the last trimester of your pregnancy. This mp3 can then be used to reinforce the techniques during the birth.
This includes Relaxing Birth Music – the same background music of the Natal Hypnotherapy Hypnobirthing range and three distinct hypnosis tracks which can be listened to at different stages of labour and these have been designed to reflect the emotional stages you are likely to go through.
There are three hypnosis tracks which can be listened to at different stages of labour and these have been designed to reflect the emotional stages you are likely to go through. The “reduce adrenaline” track is particularly useful if you are disturbed during the later stages of labour.
Track 1 – Introduction 02:24
Track 2 – Excitement phase 22:31
Track 3 – Serious phase 17:02
Track 4 – Reduce adrenaline 06:05
Hypnobirthing – Your Labour Companion can be used during labour to help keep you calm, focused, relaxed and breathing effectively.
The calming voice of Maggie Howell with the background relaxing birth music will reassure you and remind you of all the relaxation, visualisation and breathing techniques you have learnt during your pregnancy.
When to listen to Hypnobirthing – Your Labour Companion
Mums can benefit by listening throughout the labour or selecting the appropriate tracks to assist them at particular times during labour.
Benefits of listening to Hypnobirthing – Your Labour Companion
• Triggers the deep state of relaxation in birth you practiced during your pregnancy while listening to the Natal Hypnotherapy birth preparation tacks.
• Enables you to inwardly focus more easily and visualise the positive images you practiced during your birth preparation
• Maintains a sense of calm in your birthing environment
• Helps you let go and allows your body to get on with birthing your baby.