According to a recent study from the National Institute of Health, the average woman in the U.S. is not getting the care she needs in a pregnancy massage.
In fact, according to a study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the majority of moms experience an increase in pain and discomfort in their pregnancies.
According to the study, only 40 percent of moms who are currently participating in massage therapy actually report that their massage has improved their pain and function.
As such, a recent article published in The Atlantic by author and writer Lisa Bloom explains why mom massage is a great alternative to getting pregnant, even if it’s not the safest option for the mom.
“It’s very, very important for women who are pregnant to feel comfortable,” Bloom writes in her article.
“If they’re not comfortable, they’re going to be miserable and maybe not want to continue.”
“There’s no question that there’s a lot of research that suggests that pregnancy is one of the most painful times in a woman’s life,” Bloom adds.
“I think there are some things that are going to keep women out of pregnancy, including massage therapy.
It’s really important that moms feel comfortable and they know that they’re doing something that they want to do, that they feel safe doing.”
The benefits of massage therapy include helping to relieve muscle spasms, reduce the risk of pregnancy complications, improve circulation, and help the body fight infections.
The benefits also include relieving tension, constipation, and fatigue.
In addition, massage therapy can help with anxiety, depression, and menstrual cramps.
In a survey conducted by the National Abortion Federation, more than 70 percent of the women who were involved in massage said that they would use it if the option was available.
According the organization, the use of massage can be especially beneficial for women of color, those who suffer from certain mental health issues, and people with disabilities.
While the benefits of a massage for a pregnancy are certainly positive, many of the other benefits of using it to improve a woman are less obvious.
A study published by the American Association of Nurse Midwives in May of 2018 found that while it’s still best for pregnant women to use a massage therapist, the vast majority of those who do say they would not recommend it for a woman who is breast-feeding.
In the survey, women who did not breast-feed reported that their best options were to either have a breast-milk massage (60 percent), have a doctor’s recommendation (43 percent), or use a vaginal or oral contraceptive (34 percent).
However, the study also found that breast-fed women who used a massage therapy were much more likely to have experienced positive results from the therapy than those who did use a breast pump.
“While it may be tempting to think that a massage can help to relax and soothe the baby and help a woman get a good night’s sleep, massage is often an unnecessary and often dangerous procedure that may lead to adverse effects on a woman,” the authors wrote.
“A woman who has had her period may be able to feel a soothing, uplifting sensation that can help them sleep better at night.”
In addition to its potential health benefits, massage can also improve a person’s mood and improve overall quality of life.
“There are so many benefits to massage, and a lot more than just relaxation,” Bloom says.
“But when it comes to how it’s done, I think there’s not really any evidence that it is really the best way to do it.”
“The benefits of an experience like mom massage are really well documented.
I’m not sure if it should be a concern for everybody, but I think it should,” Bloom concludes.
“We need to think about the health and well-being of people in pregnancy.
This is a very, well-respected field, and we have a lot to learn.”
“Mom massage is so great because it can help women in the long run.
It can help the uterus and the cervix heal better, it can improve the overall health of the body, and it can reduce pain.
And I think that’s the main thing.”