May 18, 2011

How To Breast Feeding a Newborn Baby

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GladChild: Not all mothers breastfed immediately postpartum finished out. Learn tips for you who are now experiencing this problem.

While still a new born baby up to approximately 6 months, exclusively breastfeeding babies were a major intake. It was also agreed that experts say that breast feeding lords should begin after two hours of labor. Babies can take approximately 80 percent of consumption such as food early so that nutrients are met. After that, the baby cans breastfeed after returning 10 minutes later.

When the newborn baby, feeding the agenda may be needed every two or three hours. Each feeding duration is usually held with a time varying, i.e., between 10-40 minutes. Given continued breast feeding until the baby is at least the age of six months. In this case, no special steps needed to prepare for breast feeding.

There is no agenda to massage the breast or nipple stretching exercises required during pregnancy. Once delivery is complete, you just prepare for nursing bras, breast pads and breast pump. In addition, the best idea you can do is to immediately get and accurate information as possible about breast feeding procedure from your doctor. This will give you the confidence where it is the best preparation for a mother.

The Benefits of breastfeeding

Breast feeding is the simplest and healthiest to feed your baby because the milk contains the right mix, including protein content (the perfect balance of amino acids), fats, sugar, water, minerals, vitamins, enzymes, and antibodies to your baby.

This consumption will increase immunity and protect their babies from diarrhea infections, respiratory problems and other disorders. Breastfeeding babies will be much lower to avoid the risk of diabetes, obesity, and allergic conditions and have a better cognitive development. In addition, breast feeding also is a technique for effective birth control. If less than six months postpartum and exclusively breastfeeding babies, and you have not got my period, then you will be protected as much as 98 percent of pregnancies.

Here are some breastfeeding tips:
  • It is important to note that mother and baby should be in a comfortable position. The baby's body and neck should be in a straight line.
  • Hold the baby by covering her body with your hands up to his protected right corner and then bring the baby toward your breast.
  • With a good position, which carried a baby sucking process will be easier.
  • Keep skin contact with baby after birth because the baby can stimulate the instinct to seek the breast.
  • Give breast milk as often as possible because it ensures adequate breast stimulation to maintain a good milk flow.
  • Try to keep the breast in order not always full. So, after giving food and remove by pumping milk. This will from the keep the milk flow and Prevent problems Such as swelling or lumps in the breast.

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