Recently, the "yoga ball" in the waiting room has received a lot of praise from mothers who have approved it. Sitting on it and bouncing it can greatly relieve the pain of uterine contractions and increase comfort. With great interest. What is the "yoga ball" that expectant mothers can't put it down? Let me introduce our old friend to you today~
In the eyes of mothers-to-be, the tool that looks like a yoga ball is actually a doula ball that has become very popular among mothers recently. A doula ball is a delivery ball, which refers to a large rubber ball, usually equipped with a fixed bracket. It's very comfortable to ride on.
Studies have shown that the traditional supine position is not conducive to the opening of the maternal pelvis, and the restriction of the position reduces the plasticity of the pelvis. The puerpera shakes in various positions on the delivery ball and the massage of the midwife has a strong stimulating effect on the pelvic floor muscles of the puerpera, which helps to open the cervix for smooth delivery.
During natural childbirth, rational use of pregnancy balls can effectively increase the rate of natural childbirth and reduce the degree of maternal pain.