Today at her sixth visit she is much calmer with her initial brain cycle of zero seconds now over 300 seconds. The effects of her cord wrap are mitigating, and everything feels significantly better. She is more relaxed with her high-stressed job. I feel that she is becoming a new version of herself.
It is my assessment that because of all the soft tissue birth trauma over those 40 weeks, she entered the world incredibly tight with her nervous system totally jacked up. You may know someone like this woman.
In my world with the Gillespie Approach on day one, she would have left the hospital calm and relaxed, able to breathe, nurse well, digest well, poop well, and nap well. It is time for everyone to look at the work at birth to prevent needless suffering.