At Better Births Antenatal Classes, practising midwives, Katie and Leila, offer you the opportunity to explore the latest evidence surrounding childbirth, and the transition to parenthood, in an unbiased, supportive, and (most importantly) relaxed environment. Having worked across seven London Trusts between them – in both the brilliant NHS, and private sectors – they have MANY stories to share, which will undoubtably encourage you to critique the evidence, and perhaps question your initial birth preferences. Armed with knowledge and confidence, you are empowered to make positive birth choices – whatever they may be. We are committed to providing you with engaging education, and practical advice, in a supportive community of like-minded people in North London.
Insomnia is a condition in which people face sleep disorders. People with this syndrome might face difficulty falling asleep, feel tired, sleepy throughout their day. If not handled as required, it may also lead to depression in the long run. It is always advised to a pregnant lady to get enough sleep during their pregnancy term. This is due to the fact that you might end up getting less sleep once the baby arrives. However, some pregnant women might feel insomnia during their pregnancy term too. This is more often faced either during their first or last trimester. The good thing here is that insomnia does not affect your baby, so relax and address this issue calmly. Reasons for Pregnancy Insomnia Stress and anxiety about your new baby, you becoming a mom.Leg Cramps or Leg Restlessness.Frequent urge to go to the toilet.Nausea. Getting uncomfortable feeling in your own bed.Breast Tenderness.Acidity and Heartburn.Backache.Hormonal Imbalance. How to Deal With Insomnia? Eat Right: Ensure you are not having too much caffeine during your day. Avoid having a lot of tea, coffee, chocolates, cold drinks, etc. as they contain caffeine and can be a cause of insomnia.Avoid Spicy Food: Too much spicy food can […]
There are five types of practice for Yoga / Yog / Yoga Asanas: Asans in the standing position.Asans in the sitting position.Asans done while lying on the stomach.Asans done while lying on the back.Asans practised for meditation and concentration. Yoga Asanas in Standing Position There are many asans done in the standing position and prominently among them few asans as noted below are commonly practised by the persons according to their age, health and body power. Surya Namaskar, Tadasan, Garudasan, Ardhchandrasan, Ashwathasan, Dhruwasan, Vrikshasan, Padhastasan. Yoga Asans in Sitting Position There are so many asanas practised in the sitting posture. Some of the Asans prominently practised commonly by the persons according to their age and physical power are noted below. Kamarchakrasan, Janushirasan, Pashchimottanasan, Gorashahsan, Gomukhasan, Baddhpadmasan, Konasan, Yogmudrasan, Ardmatsyendrasan, Vajrasan, Ushtrasan, Mandookasan, Bhoonamanasan, Shashankasan, Akarnadhanushtankarasan, Brahamcharyasan, Suptavajrasan, Padangushthasan, Singhasan, Parvatasan, Vakrasan, Ardhchandrasan and many more. Yoga Asans While Lying On Stomach Bhujangasan, Shalbhasan, Makarasan, Dhanurasan, Naukasan, Sarpasan, Shithilasan, Mayurasan and many other asans. Yoga Asans While Lying On Back Uthanpadasan, Katiuttanasan, Matsyasan, Halasan, Sarvangasan, Pawanmukhtasan, Markatasan, Hastpadottanasan, Chakrasan, Padvrittasan, Setubandhasan, Chakrasan, Dwichakrikasan, Shavasan and many more. Yoga Asanas for Meditation Padmasan, Sukhasan, Swastikasan, Sidhasan. Compiled by: Mr. S. N. Gupta
What is Normal Delivery ? A normal delivery or vaginal delivery is the delivery of the baby through vagina. There are some other assisted deliveries. This includes vacuum delivery, forceps delivery or caesarean delivery (C-section). A normal delivery or Normal spontaneous vaginal delivery (NSVD) is the vaginal delivery without the use of forceps or vacuum. If normal vaginal delivery is not possible, physicians may use the help of tools . Vacuum delivery and Forceps delivery are vaginal delivery using tools. In vacuum delivery, physician use a plastic cups for suction on the baby’s head. In forceps delivery forceps are used around the baby’s head and helps to guide the baby through the birth canal. If these are not possible, a surgical procedure, cesarean delivery is recommended. Does it pain during normal delivery? Normal delivery is painful, however, it is bearable. All women will not necessarily experience the same amount of pain. Many different factors like size and position of the baby, health condition of the mom etc. can contribute to the pain. If you are unable to bear the pain, you can even ask your doctor to give you epidural injection which makes your lower body numb and helps lower […]