Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Melatonin's Role in Labor Progress

In February of last year, I heard about a study that reaffirms what our mammal cousins have known instinctively for thousands of years… birth should happen in a dark, comfortable place. It also helps explain why most women go into labor in the middle of the night. And why so many labors slow down or stall in a hospital setting.

To read the rest of this wonderful article please click here: http://birthfaith.org/home-birth/melatonins-role-in-labor-progress

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