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JPE 28.4: Anxiety or Nervousness Disturbs the Progress of Birth Based on Human Evolutionary Biology

JPE 28.4: Anxiety or Nervousness Disturbs the Progress of Birth Based on Human Evolutionary Biology

JPE 28.4: Anxiety or Nervousness Disturbs the Progress of Birth Based on Human Evolutionary Biology

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Launch date: 04 Dec 2019
Expiry Date: 04 Dec 2022

Last updated: 07 Feb 2021

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Marisa Pena Alfaro (7 Feb 2021)
But there were some information too detail, that we don't need as Childbirth educators.
Kalimah Karim (26 Jan 2021)
Important hypothesis, but could have been presented more concisely.
Mrs Leticia Loza (10 Dec 2020)
Gracias!!! es una excelente manera de actualizar conocimientos

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In general, anxiety or nervousness in pregnant women increases the risk of dystocia. Pregnant women are easily susceptible to anxiousness or nervousness. To support a safe and healthy birthing process, childbirth educators, other health-care professionals, and pregnant women require an in-depth understanding about the disruptive effects of anxiety or nervousness on birth progress. Anxiety and nervousness are difficult to quantify and may be influenced by culture. Therefore, reports comparing anxiety or nervousness with dystocia must include various biases. It is difficult to find this issue by medical research. Here, we discuss links between anxiety or nervousness and disturbance in the progress of birth based on the adaptive standpoint of human behavioral evolutionary biology.

Objectives

Describe the historical influence of disturbances in the birth process
Describe the historical influence of disturbances in the birth process
Recall the physiologic production of birth hormones and the response to anxiety or nervousness
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KENJI HISHIKAWA is an obstetric and gynecology doctor at Shonan Kamakura General Hospital. His interests focus on the introduction of brain science to obstetrics.
TAKESHI KUSAKA is a head of Shonan Kamakura Birth Clinic. He tries to reduce dystocia by eduction of birth based on the adaptive standpoint of human behavioral evolutionary biology to pregnant women.
TAKANORI FUKUDA is an obstetric and gynecology doctor at Shonan Kamakura General Hospital. His interests focus on gynecological oncology and minimal surgery.
YUTAKA KOHATA is an obstetric and gynecology doctor at Shonan Kamakura General
Hospital. His interests focus on women’s health care.
HIROMI INOUE is an obstetric and gynecology doctor at Shonan Kamakura General Hospital. His interests focus on natural birth.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
  • 1.25 Hours

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Additional Contributors

Educational Planner: Renece Waller-Wise, DNP, RNC-OB, CNS, CLC, CNL, LCCE, FACCE

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Marisa Pena Alfaro (7 Feb 2021)
But there were some information too detail, that we don't need as Childbirth educators.
Kalimah Karim (26 Jan 2021)
Important hypothesis, but could have been presented more concisely.
Mrs Leticia Loza (10 Dec 2020)
Gracias!!! es una excelente manera de actualizar conocimientos

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