Maternity acupressure or labor acupressure techniques are effective and safe methods for pregnant women to induce labor naturally and to relieve labor pains during childbirth. Many health care professionals and pregnant mothers use this labour acupressure technique successfully. A practitioner applies a light physical pressure using her thumbs, fingers, elbow or hand on different acupoints or acupressure points or spots on the surface of the pregnant mother's body. Therefore, it is safe for mother and her baby.
Teach yourself how to perform labour acupressure or maternity acupressure by downloading this ebook. With easy to follow step-by-step instructions and photographs on the techniques, you will master the maternity acupressure points and techniques used for acupressure labor. You do not need specific skills or any prior experience to become proficient to stimulate your acupressure points effectively.
The guide provides you with detailed instructions to locate maternity acupressure points or labor acupoints for natural labour induction or for labor pain relief at home or delivery room. You will learn the correct amount of pressure to accurately apply to each acupoint. This guide helps in many other areas of childbirth. You will learn the benefits of labour acupressure during pregnancy and for childbirth including:
- How to induce labor naturally
- How to relieve labor pains
- Strengthen your contractions
- Better dilation
- Relieve stress, nervousness and anxiety
- Decrease tensions and relax immediately
- Minimize nausea and vomiting
- Help turn a posterior baby
- Remove cervical lip that may be formed
Maternity acupressure methods are safe and effective for your delivery when you are over due. It is a holistic and all natural technique with no side effects, unlike risks of use of medications during pregnancy. It increases your chances of inducing a normal and natural childbirth with a minimum of medical interventions.
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