Hi Soon-to-be Mums!

Every expectant mum knows that the emotions and cravings that a pregnant woman experiences is something everyone finds difficult to understand. At this stage of her life, she is willing to go through all the pain, just to ensure that her baby is safely delivered, but she needs some smooth delivery tips to keep her going.


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Here are the top six smooth delivery tips;

1. Attend pregnancy classes:

You are taught every thing you need to know about a child’s birth at pregnancy classes so, enroll yourself for pregnancy classes. What to eat and what not to eat, the right amount, sitting postures, the kind of exercise you should do and much more. Follow their guidelines all through and you will have a smooth delivery.

2. Learn to focus:

Build your focus and concentration powers as you get close to your due date. Besides, when the time comes to push and the contractions are intense, focus is one thing that helps you cope with the pain.

3. Be flexible:

It is common that all mothers-to-be like to be informed about their child’s growth, and the progress of their pregnancy. For this reason, remember that no pregnancy can go according to plan. Thus, if there are hiccups, don’t stress. Find new ways to cope with the pain and get back on track.

4. Keep fit:

You are being advised by everyone to rest all the time and spend most of the time relaxing in bed. Rest is necessary but it is equally important to exercise regularly; it helps the expecting mother to stay fit, cope up with labour and also recover sooner after childbirth.

5. Learn breathing techniques:

Breathing properly is vital during labour and especially when you are in the push phase. Holding of breath makes it difficult. Therefore, learn different techniques like short breaths, deep breathing and  controlled breathing. Breathing right ensures a smooth delivery.

6. Try the water therapy:

Try taking a bath in a warm water tub or sitting under a hot water shower. This helps you to relax and calm down. It relaxes and reduces the pain caused by contractions. You will feel good too.

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