SuperDads – Photobiomodulation replaces hypnotherapy and baths for pain management during pregnancy

It has become increasingly difficult to find a hospital that use bath therapy to alleviate pain. Hypnotherapy no longer is feasible due to the blue-light bi-directional microwave environments many are bathed in today. Why, because of the AMPk stimulation resulting in the alteration of the neurochemistry inhibiting the original designs of hypnotherapy. Because of the evolving restrictions by humans no longer giving birth in nature synchronised environments, sub-molecular medicine has been developing technology to help offset to some degree the environmental mismatch. Personally, I would love to have given birth in the ocean rock pools Igor Charkovsky style. Sadly, my wife isn’t as adventurous as I am even though our OB-GYN would often comment, “if you give birth by the see it can work out better for me as my home is around the corner and it is less of travel for me to the hospital.”

An interesting protocol for a proposed study on the effects of LED photobiomodulation (PBM) on pain during labour. 

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The study’s background: “Labor pain is one of the most intense pains experienced by women, which leads to an increase in the number of women opting to undergo a cesarean delivery”. Biophysics disagrees with this statement as I discussed in another article of mine, [ C-sections in the norm our OB-GYN told us ]. The reasons for increased C-sections is for another reason.“Pharmacological and nonpharmacological analgesia methods are used to control labour pain. Epidural analgesia is the most commonly used pharmacological analgesia method. However, it may have side effects on the fetus and the mother”. Correction, it does have an array of non-linear side-effects. “Light-emitting diode (LED) photobiomodulation is an effective and noninvasive alternative to pharmacological methods.”

Study objectives: To evaluate the effects of LED photobiomodulation on analgesia during labour.

Expected outcomes: The use of LED photobiomodulation will have an analgesic effect superior to that of bath therapy.

I chose to make some modifications to the study’s proposed protocol to the birth of our recent daughter.  Experiment note, as I discussed in my previous referenced article [ C-sections in the norm our OB-GYN told us ], pregnancy is a protocol in itself, and if you didn’t make the correct environmental choices during pregnancy you are not going to get the full benefit when applying this protocol during labour.

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