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Labor Induction At Home

Acupressure is a holistic system that builds on what the body is already doing right. In this way, the use of acupressure can be remarkably beneficial during pregnancy and labor. Acupressure helps to ease morning sickness, gives drug-free back pain relief and may be used to induce labor of a full-time pregnancy.

Acupressure can be used for labor induction at home. Using acupressure to induce labor is safe and is repeatedly shown to be efficient as well. Because of the potential for inducing labor with acupressure, it is important that you know a thing or two about what you are doing, and not attempt certain acupressure techniques until after your due date so as not to trigger labor prematurely.

Acupressure, however, can be used safely throughout pregnancy to relieve many discomforts and painful conditions. You can go to a specialist to get acupressure treatment done, or you can learn and apply it to yourself. It is also a great technique for fathers-to-be to learn, because it is a proactive way to get involved in the pregnancy and labor to give special relief for loved ones.

Most women need some form of pain alleviation in case of severe pain during labor. Many people, however, don't want medication during labor for a variety of reasons, and acupressure provides a viable option to pain-relieving drugs. Acupressure can significantly ease the stress and reduce pain of childbirth without causing any side effects of drugs. In many cases, acupressure can at least reduce, if not compensate, the amount of anesthesia used in an epidural procedure, in which medication is administered into the spine. In addition to relieving pain, acupressure has been shown to shorten labor and combat exhaustion by increasing your energy.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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