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Everyday Revolutions

Everyday Revolutions is a podcast created for YOU. Whether you're kicking butt in life and health and looking to stay inspired, or whether you're struggling and need hope, support and ACTIONABLE advice to reclaim your health, happiness and purpose, we've got some awesome content for you. If you are looking for inspiration, motivation, and ACTIONABLE tips during your daily commute, workout, or "me" time, Dr. Alain Desaulniers delivers. Each episode brings you Dr. Alain breaking down and discussing relevant topics to help you create a personal revolution, and/or a revealing interview with experts in areas of health, nutrition, fitness, personal development or success. WE dive into it all: failures, AH-HA moments, successes, lifestyle strategies, life hacks and much more. Each episode will equip you with priceless resources and action steps empower you to create REVOLUTIONS in your life!
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Jun 25, 2016

Episode 028 - The Birth Partner: A Guide To Labour & How To Be An Awesome Support

Co-hosts Dr. Alain Desaulniers and Dr. Chris Chatzoglou delve into an oddly rare topic: birth from the perspective of the birth partner.

Birth can be a scary thing. What's it like from the perspective of the partner? What do you do? How can you help? Find out.

Both doctors have had their children at home, and it was an awesome experience. They share their experience and unique perspective as not only fathers but chiropractors and health & wellness experts.

Here are a few stats on the safety of home birth (from We Birth at Home, the website of our past guest and awesome doula and birth advocate Jessica Austin.):

More and more families are choosing to birth at home as our modern culture begins to realize that hospitals and technology are often best reserved for only certain situations in childbirth.

Families plan to birth at home for a variety of reasons, but some of the most common reasons include the growing understanding that planned home births:

  • are more comfortable for the birthing woman and her partner and provide women with more satisfying birth experiences
  • provide a more natural birth environment that supports the normal physiology of birth
  • expose women and her baby to fewer medical interventions
  • have been found to be at least as safe, if not more so, than hospital birth in terms of maternal and fetal health outcomes

Want to do more research before choosing home birth? 

Research Papers on Home Birth

Articles on Home Birth

Video -Talks on Home Birth

 

Resources and Links

Revolution Health in Vancouver, BC

We Birth at Home

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