Anxiety and trauma resulting from childbirth, especially for C-section moms
In a prior BLOG post I shared how the diaphragm, breathing, and lower body interconnections are all related, and most importantly, impact anxiety.
One of the most common reasons we find for moms to feel anxious, as well as reluctant to restart activity, relates to postpartum recovery, especially when a C-section was involved. There are specific reasons why your body just isn’t putting itself back together after a C-section. Something to do with cutting through seven (yes, 7!) layers to get to the baby??
Take a look at our newest Bridging® Insider YouTube video featuring Kira. She was still impacted from her childbirth and C-section experience. You will also see what changed following some Bridging® support. Read more