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Kim Kardashian Chooses Hypnotherapy to Overcome Anxiety of Giving Birth, after hearing about Kate Middleton's hypnosis for pregnancy

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Kim Kardashian uses Natal Hypnotherapy and hypnosis

It has been reported that the reality television star Kim Kardashian is hunting for solutions to her pregnancy problems and the anxiety of her birthing that she has been concerned about.

Earier this month, on Mother's Day in the USA, Kim revealed that she was nervous and anxious about her impending motherhood. Kim, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend rapper Kanye West, has sought the help of a hypnotherapist to manage her anxiety about giving birth.

"Kim has been seeing a hypnotherapist to help her deal with her anxiety about giving birth," a friend of the Kardashian family told HollywoodLife.

Kim made the decision after learning about its effectiveness in curing the morning sickness of pregnant Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton. "She got the idea from Kate Middleton who had been working with a hypnotherapist that helped her with morning sickness," the source added to the website.

In December 2012, Kate Middleton was admitted to hospital for experiencing a severe form of morning sickness known as Hyperemesis Gravidarum. It was widely reported that hypnotherapy was helping Kate to manage her condition. The hypnotherapy takes away any negative thoughts connected with food from the morning sickness, and replaces them with cravings for healthy, nutritious food.

Hypnotherapy has gained much more popularity among pregnant women recently. More and more women are seeking hypnotherapy during their pregnancy to help with a wide range of health concerns, including morning sickness and anxiety which can both be quite debilitating. When people in the public eye like Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian are showing how well it works then it can only help to spread the word further about how you can relax and enjoy the birth of your child.

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