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Relaxation Improves Breastfeeding Milk Production 63% : Free Download for World Breastfeeding Week

(PRWEB) July 7, 2010

Study has shown that relaxation can increase breastfeeding milk production by 63% (1) when mothers are offered a 20 minute relaxation tape to listen to. Stress hormones, anxiousness and fatigue are identified to inhibit milk supply (2) and so relaxation coaching can be of very true benefit to each mother and infant, both physically and psychologically.

Anxiety can be a quite actual element of life when a new infant arrives, and this can make breastfeeding difficult for even the greatest-supported of mums.

To assistance mothers in Globe Breastfeeding Week, Lyndsay Swinton of Hypnosis Downloads.com, who breast fed both her youngsters, has made the Breastfeeding Relaxation download accessible free.

"I employed self hypnosis all through my pregnancy and would listen to the breastfeeding relaxation download just before breastfeeding. It gave my sleep deprived, hormonal physique a bit of time out and topped up the motivation to maintain breastfeeding, which can only have been good for both me and my babies".

Mums who want to give the breastfeeding hypnosis download a try should go to http://www.hypnosisdownloads.com/pregnancy-childbirth/breastfeeding where they can download it free of charge. Also free of charge from this page is a self hypnosis education download for those who need a small much more support to get into the self hypnosis groove.

To speak to Lyndsay Swinton about her experiences with utilizing relaxation to improve breastfeeding, please call +44()1273 776770.


(1) http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/cgi/content material/abstract/83/1/57: "To facilitate the breast-feeding expertise, intervention mothers were offered a 20-minute audio cassette tape based on relaxation and visual imagery tactics. At a single adhere to-up expression of milk at the hospital approximately 1 week following enrollment, they expressed 63% more breast milk than a randomized group of control mothers."
(2) http://www.bioline.org.br/request?mr05007: "Any kind of stress such as cesarean section might postpone milk ejection by hormonal inhibition for a couple of days after delivery"