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Health & FitMeghan Markle Is Reportedly Hypnobirthing

23:30  05 february  2019
23:30  05 february  2019 Source:   glamour.com

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In her brief tenure as a Royal, Meghan Markle has solidified her reputation as a health-focused monarchy modernizer. She's instituted 4:30 a.m. royal yoga sessions, convinced Prince Harry to give up alcohol and caffeine, and instituted a mostly plant-based diet in the couple's royal household. Just call her the official royal wellness guru. So naturally, her reported plans for the birth of Baby Sussex—coming to a newsfeed near you this spring—are just as enlightened.

“Meg wants a natural birth if she can have one," a source reportedly close to the couple told Vanity Fair. "Her mother is very into anything that is holistic and natural, and having been brought up with yoga and mindfulness, it’s all very much part of Meghan’s birth plan."

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Meghan Markle is just trying to focus on staying calm and positive leading up to her due date, something that 's probably easier said than done when you're the Duchess of To help, the mom-to-be is reportedly planning for a natural delivery and receiving acupuncture and practicing HypnoBirthing .

Meghan Markle is just trying to focus on staying calm and positive leading up to her due date, something that 's probably easier said than done when you're the Duchess of To help, the mom-to-be is reportedly planning for a natural delivery and receiving acupuncture and practicing Hypnobirthing .

The au natural move is becoming more and more popular among pregnant women, who are opting for natural births involving midwives and doulas over drugs and doctors. Midwives are now present at over 13 percent of all births in the U.S. and the number of home births (and births in birthing centers) has jumped by 70 percent since 2004, according to data from the National Center for Health Statistics.

Harry and Meghan's birth plan is right on trend. It reportedly involves a home birth and hypnobirthing—a meditative approach to giving birth that involves breathing and visualization techniques. It sounds a little woo-woo but medically speaking, the technique can help with pain management, says Adeeti Gupta, M.D., a board-certified OB-GYN in New York.

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Sources allege Meghan Markle is learning hypnobirthing techniques in preparation for her natural birth. As Meghan Markle nears her due date, tabloids and sources have been stirring about what her Royal birthing plan will entail. In an interview with Vanity Fair, sources close to Markle and Prince

The news that Meghan Markle is using a doula during her pregnancy made plenty of waves among royal watchers last week, but now, there's even more out-there baby news for the world to digest. Meghan is reportedly using hypno - birthing techniques. What's hypno - birthing , you may ask?

According to Vanity Fair, Megs has also been having regular acupuncture sessions to help her stay Zen during her third trimester. "It’s brilliant for the blood circulation and boosting blood flow to the uterus," a source close to celebrity acupuncturist Ross Barr (who Meghan and Harry visited on the reg leading up to the royal wedding) told Vanity Fair. "She plans to use acupuncture right up to her due date."

Though it sounds all kinds of trendy, the Sussex's plans are more traditional for the Royal Family than you might think. Home births are one of the oldest traditions in the monarchy—Kate Middleton, and Princess Diana before her, were the ones to break with tradition by delivering the most recent royal generation in a hospital. Those rebels. Before that, royal home births were the norm. Even mindfulness-based hypnobirthing isn't new to the monarchy. The Duchess of Cambridge reportedly used the technique during all three of her deliveries.

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MEGHAN Markle is set to give birth within weeks now - and it's been speculated that she might be delivering What is hypnobirthing ? Hypnobirthing techniques are used to ease the process of giving birth and aim to ensure the mother remains calm and controlled from the moment she goes into labour.

It's officially April, which means that both pollen and Meghan Markle baby rumors are swirling through the air. According to the Daily Mail 's royal correspondent, Rebecca English, Markle is reportedly considering having a home birth at Frogmore Cottage, where she lives with Prince Harry. The.

The major way Meghan is breaking with tradition? By having a doula, whose role is to be her right hand woman during the birthing process , present for the birth of Baby Sussex. According to The Sun, the royal couple is working with a London-based doula, who would be the first doula in centuries to be present at a royal birth. The research that's been done on doulas is convincing—births that include doulas have been shown to decrease the length of labor and use of pain killers, according to the American Pregnancy Association—but only time will tell if the "Markle Sparkle" applies to birth trends, too.


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