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  1. The benefits of a prenatal massage can prove to be immense, especially if you're expecting a child soon. The routines of these massages are almost identical to those of your normal massage, but the focus is on relaxation and pain relief for both mother and infant during pregnancy. These massages can also help prepare both mom and baby for childbirth, by reducing the effects of stress and tension.
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  3. Many women wonder how a massage can be a excellent way to ease pain during pregnancy. The reality is, the massage helps both mother and baby immensely. The main goals of a prenatal massage, just like your standard massage, are basically the same: to help you relax, relieve stress, and resolve any areas of pain or stiffness so that you leave your session satisfied and calm at the end. Of course, massage sessions don't end there; although great care is taken with this type of massage, it is also a great way to bond with your child, strengthening your bond between you and baby.
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  5. It's no secret that many couples who have tried a massage during pregnancy discovered some relief from sore joints and muscles. During pregnancy, your hormones vary radically, each of which have an effect on how you are feeling and the stiffness of your muscles. During this period of transition, it is easy for your muscles to tighten up, even when you're not physically hammering them. A prenatal massage therapist may use massage methods to break down and unwind these tense areas, relieving you and your baby of the indicators of both inflammation and labor. Using this method, your therapist can help lower the amount of discomfort you experience during this crucial time in your pregnancy.
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  7. Although it is often used in conjunction with labor induction therapy, a prenatal massage is itself a great way to help with labor pain. It offers not only relief from discomfort, but can also reduce and eliminate the risk of postpartum hemorrhage, cervicitis as well as early labor itself. Most importantly, however, it offers you and your baby the opportunity to bond through this natural therapy. By communicating with your baby and the therapist during this time, you are giving him or her the best chance to enjoy their time in the uterus, rather than worrying about your distress.
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  9. There are numerous advantages to be discovered by having a prenatal massage. Not only does it decrease your stress levels, but it also helps reduce the possibility of postpartum depression and anxiety. Both of these things are generally found in women who have had a difficult delivery, including stress, nausea and nervousness. Although many doctors recommend postpartum recovery as the best method of managing stress after childbirth, a prenatal massage can supply you and your baby the best chance at removing or reducing anxiety altogether.
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  11.  Find more information Prenatal massages may also help your labor along. Since many women feel very discomforted by contractions in the vaginal region that resemble vaginal contractions following intercourse, a massage therapist can help them relax during this period too. A prenatal massage therapist may stimulate certain areas from the pelvic area, which prepares you and your baby for birth. It has been demonstrated that relaxation helps reduce the rate of muscle contractions during labor, which is exactly what you will need to get you and your baby ready for life.
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  13. Prenatal massage can be given during pregnancy, but you might also have one after you give birth. Many women decide to keep the massage session after birth to allow the muscles in the pelvic area to unwind. This gives their body time to heal, and to offer comfort for their new baby. Even if you do decide to have your massage throughout your pregnancy, it's important to be aware that there are particular massage techniques that should just be given during certain times of the month. Don't do your massage during your last trimester, because it will not only be too tiring for you, but it might also end up causing you unnecessary pain.
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  15. As you can see, there are lots of different reasons why you would want a massage therapist to help you with your pregnancy. Whether you are concerned about labor pains or you only want to pamper yourself before giving birth, massages at a reputable facility during your pregnancy can be the answer you are looking for. Prenatal massage is especially relaxing and soothing, while a postpartum massage can help relieve some of the discomfort you may experience after giving birth. Bear in mind your massage therapist should be licensed and trained in order to provide safe, effective massages. Be sure to ask questions before you schedule your massage so you can be sure you are getting an excellent service.
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