Pregnancy Is A Magical Time of Life, But It Can Also Be Extremely Uncomfortable.
Studies indicate That Massage Therapy Performed During Pregnancy Can reduce Many Discomforts During Pregnancy and Improve Labor Outcomes and Newborn Health. Massage Therapy Addresses Different Needs Through Varying Techniques, One of Which Is Called Swedish Massage.
Swedish Massage Is the Recommended Massage Method During Pregnancy Because It Addresses Many Common Discomforts Associated with The Skeletal and Circulatory Changes Brought on By Hormone Shifts.
PREGNANCY MASSAGE MAY HELP IMPROVE:
- Hormone Regulation
- Reduction of Swelling
- Improved Oxygenation of Soft Tissue and Muscles
- Improvement of Nerve reduce Back Pain
- Improved Circulation & Reduced Edema
- Reduced Stress and Anxiety
There Are Precautions to Prenatal Massage. Expecting Mothers Should Always Discuss Massage with Their Prenatal Care Provider. Prenatal Massage Is Not Recommended in The First Trimester or The First 16 Weeks of Pregnancy.
The Best Way to Address the Risks of Prenatal Massage Is to be Informed and To Work Together with Knowledgeable Health Care Professionals.
Massage Is Also Super Beneficial After Giving Birth to Your Baby (The Postpartum Period). Whether You Had A Difficult Birth Experience or Your Baby’s Birth Went Smoothly, A Woman’s Body Still Must Undergo Quite A Bit of Structural Realignment. Postpartum Massage Helps Restore Your Muscle Tone in The Abdomen and Reposition the Pelvis.
POSTPARTUM MASSAGE BENEFITS INCLUDE:
- Relieves Tension from the Birthing Process
- Clears Excess Fluids from The Body More Quickly
- Hastens Recovery
- Encourages Pelvic and Abdominal Organs to Return to Per-Pregnancy Positions
- Promotes Shift Return to Digestive Function
- Increases Energy Levels and Reduces Fatigue
- Aids in Returning Uterus to Normal Size
- Checks for Diastasis Recti
- Decreases Muscle Tension from The Exertion of Labor
- Provides Emotional Support
- Addresses Scar Healing Protocol After C-Section, If Applicable
- Relieves Shoulder, Neck, and Arm Tension from Breastfeeding
PostPartum Care Is Important.
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