Why is it so important to not disturb the normal physiological process of labor and birth no matter where you plan to deliver your baby?
It's healthiest for you and your baby. It avoids risks for both mom and baby in the short and long term. It protects the delicate balance of hormones within the body essential for healthy childbirth bonding and beyond.
"Birth hormones help guide you and your baby in many ways, including:
* Getting your body ready to give birth
* Starting your labor
* Preparing your baby for labor and life outside your body
* Telling your breasts to make milk and getting your baby ready to suckle"
"Pathway to a Healthy Birth", Childbirth Connection