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Are you worried about the birthing experience?
Would you like to ensure a comfortable and virtually pain-free delivery?
Would you like to learn how to be calm and relaxed before and during the delivery?

You Can Program yourself to super-boost your positive mind-set and feel great about the birthing experience!

Hypnosis helps birthing because it:


Eliminates or greatly reduces the need for chemical painkillers.
• Eliminates fatigue during labour, enabling fresh with energy for birthing.
• Allows a more rapid postnatal recovery.
• Returns birthing to the beautiful, peaceful experience that nature intended.

Dr. Janet Hall's "Make Baby Birthing Beautiful" hypnosis recording can help with pain control when labour time comes.

Pain control with hypnosis is a safe and effective form of managing discomfort experienced during contractions and labour resulting in the mother becoming more relaxed and at ease. In doing so she is able to have a direct impact upon the baby in the labour time, so that the baby can also remain calm and relaxed.

When played nightly during pregnancy, the Dr. Janet Hall audio-"Make Baby-birthing Beautiful", helps to promote a deeply restful sleep, states of calm within the mother and also positive thoughts about the pregnancy itself, the birth and mothering the baby.

So, if you're serious about wanting the birthing experience to be a wonderful way to welcome your new baby with love, then get a copy of Dr. Janet Hall's "Make Baby Birthing Beautiful With Hypnosis" Audio right now!

This is one of a series of hypnosis audios presented by Dr. Janet Hall called:"How To Get Sensational Results With Dr. Janet Hall's Hypnosis".

Dr. Janet Hall is a Clinical Psychologist, Hypnotherapist, Author, Speaker and Media Consultant. Dr. Jan authored eight books on family and relationships and recorded over 50 audio-recordings, many of them including hypnotic material. She founded Richmond Hill Psychology in Melbourne, Australia.
Published: Dr. Janet Hall Audio on
ISBN: 9781467688475
Unabridged
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