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2019 | 2 | 51-55
Article title

Wpływ praktyki jogi na stan psychiczny kobiet w okresie okołoporodowym, przebieg porodu i odzucia kobiet związane z porodem.

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Title variants
EN
The effect of yoga practice on the mental state of women in the prenatal period, childbirth and postpartum.
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
Wstęp. Wiele kobiet w trakcie ciąży odczuwa dolegliwości fizyczne oraz zmiany w sferze psychicznej, które mogą mieć negatywny wpływ zarówno na matkę, jak i dziecko. Niefarmakologiczne interwencje mogą pozytywnie oddziaływać na stan psychiczny kobiet w okresie okołoporodowym, nie wywołując jednocześnie efektów ubocznych. Joga może stanowić właściwą metodę wspierającą samopoczucie kobiet w ciąży oraz wpływać na sprawny przebieg porodu, dzięki używanym w tej praktyce technikom relaksacyjnym.
EN
Background. During the course of pregnancy, many women experience physical discomfort, as well as changes in mental state, which can have a negative impact on the mother and the baby. Non-pharmaceutical intervention may have a positive effect on women’s mental state during pregnancy, not causing any side effects at the same time. Yoga could be the optimal method to support the well-being of pregnant women and it could smoothen the labour process due to the yogic relaxation techniques.
Year
Issue
2
Pages
51-55
Physical description
Dates
published
2019-03-21
Contributors
author
  • Zakład Położnictwa, Centrum Medyczne Kształcenia Podyplomowego w Warszawie
  • Centrum Medyczne „Żelazna” w Warszawie
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2084-4212
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-cd5caa93-e11c-4c01-a372-970c66213579
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