A gynecologist unveils her ideal song playlist for childbirth

You are pregnant and you are worried about giving birth? Take a look at the ideal music playlist concocted by the  Fairfax OBGYN-obstetrician Jacques Mortiz so that the birth goes at best! This ”  birthing playlist  ” was launched by the doctor on the music streaming service Spotify.

If you have not thought of the song on which your baby could come into the world, here are some suggestions … In the program of this playlist, slow and soothing titles, then, when it is time To push, rhythmic songs. As explained by Dr. Jacques Mortiz, she “reflects the different stages of childbirth” and ends with Bach’s suite No. 1, performed by Yo-Yo Ma, for the moment when the woman finally meets her new -born. Thirty songs are offered, from “Sunrise” by Norah Jones to “Under Pressuire” by David Bowie, “Do not Panic” by Coldplay, “Beautiful Boy” by John Lennon, “All of Me” by John Legend, “Just Breathe” by Pearl Jam or “Blue” by Beyoncé.

For Dr. Jacques Mortiz, this playlist was born from an observation: 70% of its patients put music during the work and the rescue and did not necessarily want to hear the famous “Push !!! “. In his view, “music has a strong influence on the limbic system of our central nervous system, which manages our memories, emotions, and the way we treat fear and pain, and adds that it makes sense that Women turn to music during childbirth as a source of comfort and strength “