This information from Gowri Motha , an obstetrician who believes in no intervention when a woman births, is priceless.
Leave a woman alone and give her her space and she will birth with no problems
It guarantees a natural labour and delivery. She believes that the physical fitness and diet of a mother before & during pregnancy is what determines the course of labour and postpartum recovery.
Her website is a wealth of information her book. ‘ Gentle birth’ -by Gowri Motha is all you need for pregnancy.
Source : http://www.gentlebirthmethod.com
Cut out bread, pasta and cereals made from wheat.
Eat plenty of pears, apples, peaches, avocados and apricots.
Walk briskly for 30 minutes a day.
First thing in the morning or last thing at night, do 20 minutes of yoga ( ONLY after week 14).
Have lots of cuddles with your partner – your baby will feel whatever you feel.
Dream up a lovely ‘safe place’ to go to in self-hypnosis.
Make your own self-hypnosis tape.
Have a new thought about your baby every day – your first walk together, first bath and so on.
Every day from week 38, spend a short time visualising your cervix opening and thinning.
*Visit http://www.gentlebirthmethod.com for more information*