Effect of Hypnobirthing Training on Fear, Pain, Satisfaction Related to Birth, and Birth Outcomes

I’ve been meaning to post this study that was published this past January for a couple of months. In the study they found that the control group who did a Hypnobirthing course had significantly lower need for interventions, a higher rate of vaginal births and birth satisfaction rates. They also found that the Visual Analog Scale (rating pain on a scale of 1-10) and Wijma Birth Expectancy Scale (measuring fear) was lower in all phases of labor in comparison to the control group who didn’t take a Hypnobirthing course.

Really interesting! All elements measured in the study had positive outcomes.


Hypnobirthing Madison, Wisconsin

Check out the study here: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/10547738211073394?fbclid=IwAR0t60ucMIgiU-pUIkFG6QlYAdi3KYQlO9o6zcpqsx3wypdHSjor9FClk7A


Feel free to read more about other research on Hypnobirthing on my website here: https://www.paxandlux.net/hypnobirthing

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