Giving birth to a child is a “gate to hell” for women, and people who have experienced it have a deep understanding of it. Inexperienced women will inevitably be nervous and anxious when giving birth, and this tense state will be directly reflected in physiology, that is, the puerpera will be nervous to feel “cold all over”, and will instinctively want to improve the indoor temperature, but the doctor does not allow such behavior.
Lily was admitted to the hospital when she was about to give birth. Her first child was very nervous. On the day of delivery, lily, who was pushed into the delivery room, felt very cold, like she went into the ice cellar and asked the doctor to turn on the air conditioner. The doctor refused decisively and told her that “it’s for your good to be cold. Just relax and you won’t be cold.”. Lily doesn’t understand why she can’t turn on the air conditioner for heating after she has paid all the money? A close nurse patiently told her the “truth”.
when people are in a tense and anxious environment for a long time, their body temperature will naturally drop and they will feel chilly. Pregnant women who have no production experience are just in such an environment. The more nervous they are, the colder they will be. At this time, they need to divert their attention and other methods to relieve the tension.
prenatal and doctor consultation, psychological preparation, conditions permit also can let family accompany labor, nervous mood is relieved, will not feel the delivery room is very cold, also more conducive to production.
the delivery room is different from other wards. The indoor temperature needs to be strictly controlled, because many aspects need to be considered when giving birth. The temperature of delivery room is generally controlled at 23-26 ℃, too high may breed bacteria, which makes delivery more difficult. Low temperature is more conducive to the doctor’s operation, not because the temperature is too high to bring physical discomfort, if the temperature is too high, it may also make the doctor sweat a lot, which is not conducive to the operation.
in addition, the delivery room must be kept in a sterile state. Whether it is sweat or other pollution caused by high temperature, it is very unfavorable to the operation, and some even endanger the life of the puerpera.
when giving birth to a baby, the puerpera will consume a lot of physical strength to speed up the metabolism in the body. If the physical strength consumption is too fast, most of the body heat will be taken away and can not be replenished in time. This will make the puerpera hypothermia, feel that the delivery room is very cold, and instinctively want to find a warm environment.
during childbirth, the puerpera will lose a lot of blood. If the blood loss is too much, the heat in the body will be greatly consumed, and then the body temperature will drop and the hands and feet will be cold. This is the same reason that the body gets cold when she is sick, which is one of the reasons why the puerpera feel “cold”. Individual puerpera in the process of delivery will appear cold sweat.
it’s inevitable that pregnant women will be nervous when giving birth, especially those who have their first child. Therefore, they need to read more popular science knowledge in this field before delivery, make psychological preparation, try to keep a happy mood, learn to control their emotions, and avoid too much psychological burden, so as to avoid being too nervous and “making jokes”. At the same time, we should actively cooperate with the doctor’s “command”, give the doctor enough trust, which is conducive to the rapid birth of the baby. 2