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Known for its holistic healing techniques, yoga has not yet been explored to its full potential when it comes to pregnant women. An Iranian study in 2021 investigated the effects of yoga on pregnancy, delivery and neonatal outcomes and found that it reduced the induction of labour, the episiotomy rupture and the duration of labour while having a significant effect on normal birth weight and delivery at the appropriate gestational age. 'Most mothers who practise yoga have birthed naturally. One patient with repeated miscarriages and an IVF pregnancy was able to give birth naturally too. It is the release of fears and the sense of confidence imparted in this programme that enables young women to go through their labour calmly,’ says Nityatara Raina, yoga therapist at Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital, Mumbai
Portal: Indian Express