The lead researchers from the University of Bath and Imperial University London suggest that helping prepare the birth partner for a caesarean, both at antenatal classes and before the operation, could help decrease the pain experienced by the mom and enhance the birth knowledge. One in four babies born in the UK is now shipped by caesarean section , with many hospitals delivering almost 30 percent in this real way. Fear of discomfort during childbirth is often cited as one of the contributory elements for the increasing rate of CS delivery.Dr Tony Shield, from QUT's College of Exercise and Diet Sciences, was also a co-investigator in the study. The research has been published in The Journal of Physiology. Related StoriesAfrican-Americans who didn’t take part in exercise nearly doubly likely to abuse alcoholWomen with elevated breast cancer risk can reap the benefits of regular physical activityExercise can shield brain function, reduce occurrence of PTSDThe 1st part of the research asked 21 physically energetic men to undertake strength training two days weekly for 12 weeks.