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Labour / Birthing Comb by RustiK, Natural Pain Relief, Splinter Free Pear Wood, Acupressure, Can be used with Anxiety or other Pain/Stress Situations.

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Ashley Park shares a hug with Emily In Paris star Lily Collins as she is 'recovering and resting in Paris'. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. According to the Gate Control Theory, our brains can only process a limited number of sensations at the same time. When the comb is tightly gripped in the palm of your hand, this pressure distracts your brain and supports the body to release endorphins.

From a TENS machine to counter pressure, there are numerous natural or drug-free pain management options that can be used during labour. It claims this is down to the brush activating 'acupressure points' in the creases of the palm, distracting from pain and sparking the release of feel-good hormones. An NHS trust that had to suspend the use of gas and air has suggested women should squeeze a hair comb during labour to ease pain. The Mama Natural Birth Comb is designed to perfectly fit the shape and size of your hand, allowing you to apply maximum pressure in the correct area on your hand. But most of these techniques are not proven to provide effective pain relief, the health service notes.

The RustiK Labour Comb is made from sustainable, waterproof, splinter free peach wood and can be used during childbirth, an operation, at the dentist, whilst getting a tattoo or even a cosmetic treatment and many more occasions that you would need a distraction. Custom designed for birth, it comes with detailed instructions and recommendations from the midwife who created it. I’d read about acupressure combs in labour and wanted to make sure I had all the pain relief options for my birth especially early labour which I thought this would be good for. Whatever approach allows you to relax and cope with the pain of uterine contractions can prove useful when the time comes.

Whether it's in the bath, getting an epidural or your car ride into hospital, the birth comb will be with you whenever you need. In other words… by using a birthing comb, the comb forces your mind to feel something other than just contractions. If you haven’t added a comb to your hospital bag, you may want to add one — and it’s not for your hair! In a post on its Instagram page, it said the alternative 'birth comb' method can help women cope with contractions when giving birth. Using the Gate Control theory and acupressure points, you may use the comb by squeezing it into the palm or base of your fingers to elevate the pain of contractions.The “gate” refers to your nervous system that either allows pain signals into your brain or denies pain messages into your brain. Turning off the personalised advertising setting won’t stop you from seeing Etsy ads, but it may make the ads you see less relevant or more repetitive. Even if you're not planning on an unmedicated birth, you still may want to try them to cope with pain during the early stages of labor. Women giving birth are being told to squeeze a comb to manage labour pain under health service guidance. Love Island All Stars fans slam Liberty Poole for crying over Mitchel Taylor again despite pair's bitter split: 'They broke up like 10 times!

The Birth Comb | Birthplace Natural Pain Relief in Labour – The Original Birth Comb Need a natural pain relief for labour? As a result, because your hand has such a large network of nerves, the brain will prioritize the signals received from your hand over the nerves in the back, abdomen or pelvis. Group Black's collective includes Essence Opens a new window, The Shade Room Opens a new window and Naturally Curly Opens a new window. James Titcombe, chief executive of Patient Safety Watch, said: “Pseudoscience in maternity services diminishes evidence-based, multi-professional care, puts pressure on women and sadly often contributes to tragedy.Many moms say complementary strategies were helpful whether or not they ended up also using medications like an epidural. Most birthing people find this tool most useful in active labour when their contractions are stronger, more frequent and more intense.

By squeezing the comb into your palm it acts as a distraction, diverting your brain so your body can adjust to the pain. Surrey and Sussex NHS Healthcare Trust's maternity department posted information about the comb 'labour hack' to Instagram, pictured above. Acupressure-inspired techniques like gripping a comb may work because they distract you and give you something else to focus on, OB/GYNs say.Your brain can only experience so much pain at once: The larger the nerve network that’s stimulated by pain, the faster that signal is going to be delivered to the brain. The teeth of the comb applies acupressure to points the hand that create a distraction and a new focal point for the brain to concentrate on. However, others claimed squeezing a comb acted as a useful distraction from the pain while in labour. The idea is that hitting these pressure points triggers the release of brain chemicals like endorphins, which help block pain signals.

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