Benefits of Breastfeeding

For your healthy growth and development of your baby, breastfeeding, which is the most natural nutrients. Breast-feeding should be started as soon as babies are born. Postpartum breastfeeding is the first physical contact between the mother and the baby. The baby can only learn to suck by sucking. The first days after birth are days when the baby will learn to suck and the mother will learn to breastfeed, and both will need time for this training. It may take weeks for a regular diet to develop, which is normal.

It will be appropriate to breastfeed as the baby becomes hungry. Newborn babies usually every 2 to 3 hours a day 8 times a day will be enough to feed. Babies usually don’t sleep more than 4 hours hungry. As they cannot distinguish between night and day, they want to wake up at night and feed their bellies. Therefore, you will need to feed the baby 2-3 times a night. This period will increase gradually in the following months.

Benefits of Breastfeeding  for baby

Breast milk is produced according to the supply-demand law. The more milk the baby produces, the more milk is produced. More breast milk will be produced by frequent breastfeeding. If the baby is given water or ready-to-eat food, milk secretion is reduced. However, it would be appropriate to give a small amount of mama to the baby with very little milk. In the first 3-4 weeks the milk will gradually increase and the baby will learn to breastfeed and learn the breastfeeding.

Benefits of Breastfeeding for mom

Successful breastfeeding can be achieved with patience and correct position. The baby is ready to breastfeed after birth. Breastfeeding as soon as possible; should be started within 1 hour after delivery. If the baby does not want to suck in this period, then it should not be re-breastfeeded after half an hour. Newborn babies should be breastfed 8-10 times a day and during the first month this should continue breastfeeding often.

 

In the first days, the bottle should not be given with the breast. Absorption of mother’s breast is an event that requires active power. Absorption from the bottle is passive and a completely different suction. It is difficult for infants who are introduced to the baby bottle in the early period to absorb the mother again. If you need to give stuff to the baby in the first days of feeding, water, medicine etc. you need to make it with the spoon.

What should be done to increase milk?

The only thing you will do to multiply your milk is to eat well and take plenty of fluids. You can buy plenty of protein and abundant carbohydrate foods and drink as much water and juice as you can. It affects the amount of milk to relax and sleep. Since you will need energy for milk production, it will not be right for you to enter the weakening diets.

Baby cries a lot. I wonder if he can not get enough milk from me?

The amount of milk taken by the baby while sucking cannot be determined exactly. Every time you cry your baby or breastfeed at 2-3 hours intervals, if your weight gain is within normal limits, you are getting enough milk. It should be kept in mind that it is normal for babies to lose some of their birth weight in the first days and take 1-2 weeks to return to their birth weight.

How long should I breastfeed my baby?

Breast milk is not always the same structure during breastfeeding. At the beginning of breastfeeding, the more water is flowing, the more water comes from the milk. Therefore, the baby should be kept in each breast for at least 10-15 minutes. Otherwise, the baby will be hungry again in a short time. If the total breastfeeding time exceeds 30 minutes, the gas will be increased because of excessive air intake.

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12 Responses

  1. Megan watson says:

    Wow what amazing information and such a great article for parents or anyone in general.

  2. Sheela Joby says:

    A very informative article for mothers to be and also mothers of new borns, this article has covered each aspects of breast feeding along with the benefits .

  3. Jeanett Van Wyk says:

    Agreed 200%. I could not breast feed when I had my 2 kids – not at all as I had no milk, but had since become a granny and can relate to every word as my daughter is law was breast feeding – spot on

  4. Mark Santos says:

    This is very useful and informative…great blog!
    Hope to see more of this soon.

    Love from the philippines

  5. Mark Santos says:

    This is useful to mother’s out there..
    Very informative,I wish to see more blogs like this.
    Love from the philipines

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  7. Rhondda Ramen says:

    Love the information in this article. Great for new mothers to learn the benifits of breast feeding.

  8. Mary says:

    Great article. Im a breastfeeding mother myself and find this information very helpful.

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  12. Bonnie says:

    Fantastic information. Everything you need to know in one place

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