Jesinta Campbell only gave birth to her second child, a son, last week.
And on Tuesday, the Australian model and WAG revealed she had her stomach tied up in an attempt to ‘support healing’ after labor.
The 29-year-old shared a video on her Instagram Stories showing a practitioner tying up her stomach while bragging about the supposed benefits.
Recovery: AFL WAG Jesinta Campbell revealed on Tuesday she had tied herself to her stomach to ‘support healing’ after giving birth – less than a week after welcoming her second child with Lance ‘Buddy Franklin
“Benkung Belly Binding,” wrote Jesinta.
“Promotes recovery and supports healing as your muscles contract.” Helps keep the body alert after the cooling process of childbirth, ”she said.
She added: “ Supports organs and muscles. ”
Healing process: The 29-year-old shared a video on her Instagram Stories showing a practitioner tying up her stomach while bragging about the supposed benefits
What is belly fixation?
-Bekung Belly Binding is a traditional Malaysian practice
-It is said to help the abdominal region after childbirth
-People are generally advised to wear the scarf for up to 12 hours a day for about a month
This is the second time Jesinta has had her stomach tied up after giving birth, previously in March last year after the birth of her daughter Tullulah, now one.
At the time, she said she had explored the practice with the help of her doula and rather than “aesthetics” it was purely to “support her body in the healing process after birth”.
She recommended fans use a $ 75 binding kit from the Etsy store and said it’s best to use organic and natural cotton muslin.
“ When completed, the wrap feels like a warm hug, with my body so supported, ” Jesinta said on her application at the time, adding that she had her stomach tied every day.
Explaining why she was so interested in the practice, Jesinta said that a woman’s body changes so much during pregnancy.
“The growth of our tummy and breasts is visually obvious to everyone, but the internal changes going on to accommodate the growth of a little human are the ones that are not commonly talked about,” said Jesinta.
She’s a fan: This is the second time Jesinta has had her stomach tied up after giving birth, before she did so in March of last year after the birth of her daughter Tullulah, now a
“Our abdominal muscle separates, our uterus grows, skin and muscles stretch, our cervix dilates, and our hips and pelvis move… to name a few.
She added: ‘It takes time for a woman’s body to heal and her organs to return to where they were before baby. ”
Jesinta said new mothers should always consult their doctor before binding.
She said that based on her research, the benefits may include reduced postpartum bleeding and fluid retention, and this is said to help with abdominal separation.
Bekung Belly Binding is a traditional Malaysian practice that is believed to help the abdominal area after childbirth.
New addition: Jesinta gave birth to her son last Wednesday
Proud dad! Husband Buddy, 34, announced the birth on Instagram at the time, sharing a cute black-and-white photo of himself cradling his newborn baby
People are generally told to wear the scarf for up to 12 hours a day for about a month.
Jesinta gave birth to her son last Wednesday.
Husband Buddy, 34, announced the birth on Instagram at the time, sharing a cute black-and-white photo of himself cradling his newborn baby.
“ Our little boy has arrived, ” he captioned the post, adding a blue love heart emoji.
Last month, Jesinta admitted she was “nervous” to have two children at home.
She shared a photo on Instagram of herself pushing a stroller and wrote: ‘Before dinner waddle around the stores. I can’t believe we’ll be releasing the double pram soon.
Would love any advice / tips from other moms with a 1 year old and newborn baby. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous.
It is not easy! Last month Jesinta admitted she was ‘nervous’ to have two children at home