It's generally accepted that the baby nursing or even the sight of your baby can help control bleeding, but did you also know that hypnosis can also help with bleeding? In both cases you are triggering the control of bleeding with the mind. One is automatic and instinctive, the stimulation of your baby interacting with you, and the other, hypnosis, is trained.
What do you think about using hypnosis to control bleeding at a birth? Does it interest you to try? If you are interested I also would suggest reading Dave Elman's book, Hypnotherapy.
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