In todays episode Amanda, a holistic midwife, explains the ins and outs of Hypnobirthing, who it is for, what is involved and why a holistic approach puts the Mumma in control. We also chat about unique and gentle approaches to sleep and settling for babies to children up to 5, the benefits of individual sleep coaching for the whole family with beautiful out comes for the child.
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THE “gold standard” target that a baby should sleep through the night before the age of one has been smashed by experts.
The researchers examined whether infants who didn’t sleep for six or eight consecutive hours were more likely to have problems with physical skills, such as movement and dexterity, or mental development. They found no correlation.
The researchers also found no link between infants waking at night and mothers’ post-natal mood.
Queensland midwife and baby sleep consultant Amanda Bude said understanding the normal sleep needs and variations for babies after six months was important for reassuring parents.
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Naturally, that begs the question: Can you be addicted to having children?
Amanda Bude, midwife at Groovy Babies, certainly thinks you can feel that way about giving birth.
“With positive birth experiences I’ve had many families say they could give birth over and over again – myself included.”
Among all these changes, you may wonder what happens to your periods after giving birth. Do they differ too?
Firstly, it can take ages for your first period to come back after giving birth.
In fact, if you’re breastfeeding exclusively, it could take six months or more before your period comes back, says midwife Amanda Bude from Groovy Babies. If you’re breastfeeding exclusively and drop down to two or three feeds every 24 hours, she says your periods may start again.
So, can a simple change in name really empower women? And should we start referring to C-sections in this way?
Midwife Amanda Bude from Groovy Babies thinks this is a great idea.
“Obviously positive language has a massive impact on reducing or removing fear and anxiety towards any birth. That in itself empowers any mum-to- be.”
She says many mothers feel that having a C-section is “robbing” them of having had a vaginal birth. “But I believe if a mum has a positive birth experience, supportive care provider, and educated birth preparation, then they are less likely to feel shame and disappointment about how their baby arrived.”
And, she says, a simple change in name can help aid that positive birth experience.
Evidence-based research over the generations has found that old-fashioned practices, such as babies sleeping on their tummies, cots filled with quilts and pillows and even feeding a baby boiled water, can be risky.
Accredited baby sleep consultant Amanda Bude told The Courier-Mail that parents were often worried when their tots slept at their grandparents’ house in case modern recommendations were not adhered to.
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Groovy Babies founder Amanda Bude is one of Australia’s most highly qualified baby & child specialist specialising in baby & child sleep, HypnoBirthing® The Mongan Method, infant massage, attachment parenting and a range of holistic parenting strategies.
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- “Birthing Experience Impacts Settling and Sleep in Babies”- Courier Mail 10th October 2019.October 10, 2019 - 11:20 am
- [ARTICLE] “How To Settle Your Baby To Sleep In Their Cot”- The Parenting Company Collaboration.May 30, 2019 - 4:56 pm
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