Saturday, April 21, 2012

Watching The News Before Sleep?

Some of you may know that I teach HypnoBirthing classes from a scientific perspective, so there is no questions left out, and you feel absolutely comfortable with your preparation. As a neuro-scientist, and HypnoBirthing educator, I always emphasize to the moms and dads-to-be in class, how important it is to incorporate relaxation into their daily routine of HypnoBirthing® preparation exercises.

Recent studies at the Hunter College in New York show a virtual reality project introduced to a control group.
The scientists introduced photographs of nature, animals and peaceful scenes for a period of time and then a series of scenes of violence and abuse. The report was very telling. The information last seen before sleep is retained by the brain and circulated in our consciousness for the next 8 hours. So whatever you are watching before sleep - make sure it is not the news, action movies or thrillers.

Instead, science suggests, take a walk around the block. Walk to the nearest corner and back, take a few deep breaths, listen to the silence, birds, or smell the flowers. Notice when the baby in you is moving around, and when the baby is calming down. Listen to the signs from the baby. Dream about the perfect birth. Stay calm and fantasize that all is well. Your baby is listening to your thoughts. Make sure your thoughts are good ones.


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