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Easing Labor Pain
The Complete Guide to a More Comfortable and Rewarding Birth
El Libro - Easing Labor Pain is a positive and encouraging guide to everything an expectant mother can do-from pregnancy through postpartum, but especially during labor-to make sure that pain does not overshadow the joy of giving birth. Adrienne Lieberman presents a host of techniques that work, including breathing and relaxation exercises, massage, biofeedback, acupressure, hypnosis, and many more. With practical advice about choosing the best childbirth... Leer Más

Easing Labor Pain is a positive and encouraging guide to everything an expectant mother can do-from pregnancy through postpartum, but especially during labor-to make sure that pain does not overshadow the joy of giving birth. Adrienne Lieberman presents a host of techniques that work, including breathing and relaxation exercises, massage, biofeedback, acupressure, hypnosis, and many more. With practical advice about choosing the best childbirth class, birth attendant, and birth environment, and about the pros and cons of drugs and medical procedures, Easing Labor Pain is the essential guide to a more comfortable and rewarding birth.

There is no better way to learn about choices than to read Adrienne Liebermans most informative book. -Elisabeth Bing, author of Six Practical Lessons for an Easier Childbirth

This book is important to read during pregnancy. It is beautifully written and extensively researched. -Niles Newton, Ph.D., Northwestern University Medical School

The book is well-written, holds out no false hopes for painless childbirth, but also tells us that we live in marvelous times when prospective mothers and fathers can work with health professionals to make the birth of a child the joy it ought to be. -Ronald Melzack, Ph.D., McGill University, co-author of The Challenge of Pain

Ms. Lieberman provides a thorough understanding of all the options, information available nowhere else in such a complete and unbiased form. -Beth Shearer, co-director, Cesareans/Support Education and Concern

Easing Labor Pain is strongly recommended for anyone having a baby and for professionals involved in maternity care. It presents a balanced view of both standard and alternative pain control. -Linda Hughey Holt, M.D., obstetrician, author of the AMA Guide To Womancare.


Foreword by Penny Simkin

Introduction to the Revised Edition

1.    Labor Pain

2.    The Myth of the Painless Birth

3.    Childbirth Education

4.    Letting Labor Happen

5.    Gentle Inspiration

6.    You Are What You Eat

7.    Getting a Buzz On

8.    Rubbing Where It Hurts

9.    Some lake It Hot and Some Like It Cold

10. Don’t Take It Lying Down

11. Everything But the Kitchen Sink

12. Listening to your Body

13. Mind Over Matter

14. Charms to Soothe

15. You Need a Friend

16. Setting the Mood

17. Hospital Routines

18. Medical Aids

19. Is Birth Painful for the Baby, Too?

20. Easing Pain in the Immediate Postpartum

21. Making Your Own Best Choices

 


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