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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BODYWISE_BIRTHWISE
76.3% of bodywise_birthwise's followers are female and 23.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 763 and the average number of comments is 7.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BODYWISE_BIRTHWISE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF BODYWISE_BIRTHWISE
- Children & Family 75.38 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 58.91 %
- Art & Design 53.79 %
- Fitness & Yoga 51.29 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 47.26 %
- Entertainment 43.20 %
- Music 40.66 %
- Beauty & Fashion 39.87 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 37.64 %
- Business & Careers 37.36 %
- Travel & Tourism 36.01 %
- Home & Garden 35.33 %
✨”You would never do to another mammal what you do to a human female.. no other mammal would labour like that, they would get up and run away”. ✨ . . 📷@vanessamendezphotography
✨THE GIFT OF LIFE ‘To celebrate is to embrace an act of wonder and joy🎉 To show the whole world you have a girl or a boy. A date that will be written forever in time.’ . Sandra Hearth’s poem is so true for this special picture. . . Repost @hannahpalamarahonestlyfeminine
OHHHH MYYYYY GOOODNESSSS. I can’t even with this sweet face, I am obsessed!! ❤️🥰❤️ . Midwife : @sanantonionursemidwife . Repost @vanessamendezphotography
✨“Childbirth takes place at the intersection of time; in all cultures it links past, present and future. In traditional cultures birth unites the world of 'now' with the world of the ancestors, and is part of the great tree of life extending in time and eternity” - Sheila Kitzinger ✨ Photo by @badassbirthphotography .Repost • @ccmeyer
// The birth of the placenta // Always a moment of relief. Most of the time the end of the contractions and the moment to congratulate the new parents with the birth of their baby. The tree of life, the only organ with the same dna as your baby. This is also part of the birth story... . . Repost @jessica_vi_photography . . #placenta #umbilicalcord #cord #navelstring #treeoflife #thirdstage #birthoftheplacenta #birth #childbirth #afterbirth #birthphotography #birthphotographer #birth #involution #whenua #midwife #complete #bodywisebirthwise
✨‘Whenua’ At the beginning of your world, I was part of you. Made of the same luminous fabric, flesh of your flesh, of our father and mother’s being. As we grew, we were separated but united. I fed you, breathed for you, became a pathway for the flushing currents of our mother’s blood. As you slept, I was your cradle and your guard, when you awoke I was your companion. Together for that last day I leashed you the very limits of our linking line before releasing you to the touch of others- lovers, yes- but surely none will hold you as nearly, as sweetly or as softly as I did. As our connection was severed you wept for me once, then were gone. Carry me deep in your heart as you bury me in the soil of our home, for I am the earth of your making.✨ Poem credit- Kate Alice . Repost @nz_birthstories
Ｂａｂｙ Ｋｉｓｓｅｓ✨ So it turns out that wanting to kiss your scrumptious little crumpet a squillion times a day is not just because well, they’re divine, but because you’re biologically driven to do so. A mother’s brain GROWS following the birth of her baby (although side note, it might feel like it has gone to mush haha). The volume of grey matter increases/becomes more concentrated in response to a flooding of post-birth hormones; oxytocin, prolactin, dopamine and oestrogen. “The areas (of grey matter) affected support maternal motivation (hypothalamus), reward and emotion processing (substantia nigra and amygdala), sensory integration (parietal lobe), and reasoning and judgment (prefrontal cortex)” - APA, 2010. So these structural changes fire up the Mothers motivation and reward centres of her brain, priming her for caregiving and bonding. They also help to regulate her mood and make her hypersensitive to baby’s needs, creating a positive feedback loop. Fathers who are immersed in the caregiving role also have similar brain changes however this appears to be driven more-so through social interaction rather than hormonally. More on sweet baby kisses.....Did you know that when you 💋 your baby you are sampling the micro-organisms (bacteria, viruses and fungi) on baby’s skin which may or may not be a normal part of their microbiota and environment. Your body then uses this information to customise your breastmilk - yep, made to order ladies - adjusting the protective properties found in milk such as white blood cells, antibodies, stem cells and enzymes. These breastmilk composition changes also include increases in vitamins and nutrients that baby receives! So if your baby had a cold for example and you expressed some of your breastmilk, you would notice a colour change from milky white to a more golden yellow - reflecting these amazing changes! And to think we sometimes as women/birthing people doubt our bodies 🤯 We are - YOU are - actually MARVELLOUS!! . Repost @seasons_of_mama . 📸 @sarbury_photo_design
"Peace and joy personified! 💞👶🏻👶🏻💞 . Twins born at home, in water, 28 minutes apart. Their three sleeping children will awake in a couple hours to meet their new sister and brother. Perfect!" [Original post by Dr. Stuart Fischbein*, OB/GYN] *That’s the guy in the background, quietly observing, respecting the others in the birth team, and trusting in the natural process underfolding✨👍🏼🙌🏻✨ Repost @bellybellybaby . 📷 @breannalynchphotography . #bellybellybaby #birth #homebirth #twins #obgyn #naturalbirth #waterbirth #birthsupport #birthteam #peace #joy #perfection #birthphotography #newsister #newbrother #midwife #doula #birthchoices #knowyouroptions #twinvaginalbirth #family #twinhomebirth #builttobirth #bodywisebirthwise
This cutie read the “How to be Born Breech” book! Could not have gone smoother, except for maybe giving us a little more time to get there 🤣 She was perfection! #breechbirth #breechbaby #trustbirth #variationofnormal #homebirth Shared from @sacredsonghomebirth Repost @thepositivepregnancyjourney 💜
“When I got pregnant with twins, they told me... I hope you don’t like to sleep. You’re going to need help. You’re done having kids now, right? You think your hands are full now, just you wait! One baby is hard enough, good luck to you with two! I could never do that! But what they didn’t tell me? Prepare to feel victorious for bringing forth two lives into this world. Your body is strong, fierce, and a force to be reckoned with. Your heart will expand double fold. The bond your babies will have will be unlike anything else in this world. You are blessing your family with two babies at once- something not many others get to ever experience. Children are a heritage. The fruit of the womb is a reward. Blessed is the man who’s quiver is full of them. Psalm 127:3-5 “ . Repost @slowlivinghomestead Photo by @jennifermasonphotography . #twins #twinbirth #twinhomebirth #motherhood #homebirth #naturalbirth #naturaltwinbirth
✨And she wore a simple hair tie around her wrist so that she could pull her hair back as she labored...and then her baby came into the world with his cord also around his wrist.✨ An incredible moment I couldn't have planned better even if I tried (which is one of the one thousand things I love about birth). Repost @monetnicolebirths
Hands up anyone who’s been told their baby is ‘too big’ so they ‘have’ to be induced? I want to share a direct quote from the NICE guidelines (that should be followed by all hospitals) to clear this up! . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The guidelines state that ‘In the absence of any other indications, induction of labour should not be carried out simply because a healthcare professional suspects a baby is large for gestational age (macrosomic).’ . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Loosely translated this means for women with no other complexities such as diabetes or raised BMI we shouldn’t be inducing on estimated size alone. . So why do we see it still being offered so routinely? When comparing induction of labour with spontaneous labour there is no significant difference in instrumental or csection birth. Induction did reduce the chances of shoulder dystocia (from 6.8% to 4.1%). However induction also increased the chances of severe tears (from 0.7% to 2.6%) & Induced labour's are likely to be longer and more painful. Babies that are induced too early may also suffer from something called 'iatrogenic premiturity', meaning whilst by dates they are considered to be full term, their organs may not yet be fully mature. Worth noting that Growth scans can be up to 25% off as an estimation of birth weight. (Though scans can sometimes pick up other reasons for ‘measuring big’ such as excess water etc.) Its up to you whether the statistics listed above feel like a valid reason for induction or not, but healthcare professionals are fairly split on how they interpret them. . Most importantly, some babies ARE bigger than others, in the same way that some adults are bigger than others, and your body is absolutely built to birth them! . There is an ongoing trial in some hospitals currently called 'the big baby trial' which randomises women with suspected 'big babies' to either very early induction at 39 weeks or waiting for labour. It's important to know that participation in this trial is OPTIONAL and it is a TRIAL rather than evidence based practice at present. . So, how big were your babies? Bigger or smaller than you expected? . Repost @birth_ed 📸@monetnicolebirths
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