Breech Birth Relaxation Hypnosis Script

 By DHP Acc. Hyp.
Breech Birth Relaxation
Help your unborn baby to turn its position naturally with the use of hypnosis

A study carried out by Department of Psychiatry, University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington involved hypnotizing 100 women whose foetuses were in the breech position at 37 - 40 weeks of gestation and compared them to data based on women with similar obstetrical and socio-demographic parameters.

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The group of mothers-to-be to be who had undergone hypnotherapy had an 81% success rate compared to 48% of the comparison group when it came to conversion to vertex presentation.

Whether you're a midwife, a hypnotherapist specializing in helping clients to enjoy a natural childbirth or an expectant mother - this hypnosis download can help to communicate with unborn babies at a deeper level of mind.

This script can gently guide the unborn baby into moving into the correct position for an easy birth.

Please note: this session is intended for relaxation purposes only. It is not a medical or therapeutic device and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any medical condition or disease.

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