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CAMS

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Transcript of CAMS

in Maternal/Newborn Healthcare
A HypnoBirthing® Experience

Highlighting Complementary
and Alternative Therapies

Katie Johnson RN, BSN, HBCE, HBPLC, Mommy
katiej04@gmail.com
www.intolovingarms.com
What are complimentary and alternative therapies?
Presented by:
Western/Conventional
Medicine
Complimentary and
Alternative Therapies
Definitions
Consider: Motivating Factors
Life Experiences
Location
Age
Culture and
Ethnicity
Gender
Religion/
Spirituality
Philosophical
Paradigm
Consider: Benefits and Drawbacks
Common Therapies
Nutrition
Exercise
Hydrotherapy
Aromatherapy
Music and Sound
Massage
Hypnosis
Meditation and
Prayer
Visualization and Imagery
Biofeedback
Herbal
Medicine
Homeopathy
CranioSacral
Therapy
Naturopathy
Chiropractic Therapy
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Professional Labor Support
Acupressure
Acupuncture
Moxibustion
Continuum of Care
Labor and Delivery- Comfort Measures
Professional Labor Support
Self Hypnosis
Hydrotherapy
Aromatherapy
Massage
CranioSacral Therapy
Positioning
Imagine…
Hypnosis and
Our Mind
Resources Utilized for the Compilation of the Presentation.
Sharon L. Ruyak, C.N.M, F.N.P, MS
Jennifer West LM, CPM, HBCE, TBMP, CST, CH, PP&E
Dr. Faith Christensen, R.N., N.D.
David Carlson, D.C.
Childbirth Connection
www.childbirthconnection.org
The HypnoBirthing® Institute
www.hypnobirthing.com
Taken with permission from HypnoBirthing® Outcomes United States 2005-2010. KDolce January 2nd, 2011 All rights reseved. Copyright by HypnoBirthing® Institute, January 2011. http://www.hypnobirthing.com/US_Outcomes_Summary_2010.pdf
HypnoBirthing families also show:
A more bell-shaped curve for babies’ gestational ages at time of delivery
Fewer low birth weight babies
Larger babies at birth
Report mostly that they would use HypnoBirthing® again and/or recommend HypnoBirthing® to others
Fear-Tension-Pain=
Failure to Progress
What is Hypnosis?
Taken with permission from HypnoBirthing® Outcomes United States 2005-2010. KDolce January 2nd, 2011 All rights reseved. Copyright by HypnoBirthing® Institute, January 2011. http://www.hypnobirthing.com/US_Outcomes_Summary_2010.pdf
Hypnosis is:
Parasympathetic Nervous System
Endorphins
“Healing Room”
The Effect of the
Autonomic Nervous System
Hypnosis is
NOT:
Normal Physiological Birth:
Uterine muscles work together
Hormone balance allows for optimal birth
The Effect of the
Autonomic Nervous System
Fight, Flight or FREEZE response:
Body goes to life preservation mode, prioritizing the mother
Hormones, blood flow, and uterine muscles inhibit the birth process
Sympathetic Nervous System
Catecholamines
"Emergency Room”
FEAR
TENSION
PAIN
Does it Work?
HypnoBirthing®
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