Being a woman, we know how extraordinary it feels to have a first baby. Almost every expectant woman dreams of having an easy pregnancy and a smooth normal delivery. But not everyone can have a normal delivery since no one has control over the things that can happen in the labor room. Over time, many women have started to prefer C-sections over normal deliveries because of various reasons.
Every woman’s body was designed in a way such that she could naturally deliver her baby. Giving birth is a natural experience, and it is best to keep medical interventions at a bay unless there is an emergency. Women must know that natural delivery paves the way for quick healing and faster recovery and it is beneficial for their health as well. A normal delivery enables a woman to connect to the childbirth experience closely and helps to enjoy each moment of motherhood.
Now a day, normal delivery is being promoted, and mothers prefer to go for it. First-time mothers are more anxious about the safety and well-being of their babies, which makes them think more about having a natural childbirth. Normal delivery is possible if a woman takes the right care of her health during pregnancy. The right diet and right exercise during pregnancy help to ensure natural childbirth or normal delivery. Though there are no magic tricks or sure-shot formulas that will help for normal delivery, there are things that can be worked out and paid attention to, to improve the chances of having a normal delivery.
7 Normal Delivery Tips
Attend Prenatal Classes:
Prenatal or Antenatal classes help pregnant or expectant women to aware of the problems that might occur during childbirth and how to handle them. Along with these, some exercises are taught to have an easy, less painful, and fast childbirth. So educate yourself well about the process of delivery and labor to face the delivery with a clear mindset.
Work regularly on the mild exercises that are taught in the prenatal classes. Throughout pregnancy, exercises not only help to build good stamina but also keep you active. Regular exercises can help the body muscles to combat the stress of labor pains and exercises which work mainly on pelvic muscles help you to have a normal delivery. The most important thing is to exercise under the supervision of an expert, as wrongly done exercises can harm mother and baby as well.
Maintain A Healthy Diet:
During pregnancy, a healthy diet is not only important for the mother but also the healthy growth and development of the unborn baby. The right nutrition strengthens you and nourishes your body, which makes you capable of facing the challenges of labor easily and comfortably. Have a lot of green fresh vegetables and fruits. Stay hydrated by having plenty of fluids and water. Avoid processed and other fatty foods to maintain a healthy weight, as much weight gain can interfere with the chances of having a normal delivery.
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Get Adequate Sleep:
A pregnant woman must get 8-10 hours of undisturbed sleep. Getting good sleep is essential for the healthy and proper growth of the baby and also to keep your mind calm. Sound sleep helps in relieving all the tiredness and fatigue that has been caused the whole day to the mother. Avoid caffeine-containing products like tea or coffee two hours before going to sleep which helps to have an undisturbed sleep.
Practice Right Breathing Techniques:
During the process of delivery, a woman needs to hold their breath from time to time. So, it is better to start breathing exercises as early as possible. Proper and sufficient oxygen supply is very important for enhancing a baby’s growth. Practicing meditation and deep breathing exercises regularly can make you learn the right breathing techniques which help you to step closer to having a normal delivery.
Drink Plenty of Water:
Have plenty of water during pregnancy and make sure to drink at least 8 -10 glasses of water daily. This helps to prevent urinary tract infections which pregnant women are prone to. Having adequate water also prevents dehydration and edema (swelling) during pregnancy.
Do not worry about the pains associated with normal delivery. Pregnancy is a wonderful combination of pains and gains. Think about your baby and feel strong. The most important thing is to be happy; when you are happy, the feel-good hormone is released which keeps you high-spirited and eliminates the feeling of anxiety and worries. So feel special and enjoy every moment of your journey from pregnancy to childbirth and motherhood.