For a baby, it is wom­en’s breast milk that is con­sid­ered opti­mal nutri­tion — this is how nature has fore­seen and there is no wor­thy alter­na­tive. It con­tains a lot of use­ful sub­stances and vit­a­mins that ensure the prop­er devel­op­ment of the baby. At that time, milk will not be tasty or healthy if mom does not take care of rest and prop­er nutri­tion.

Mom needs to eat in accor­dance with med­ical rec­om­men­da­tions. It is advis­able to include in the dai­ly diet about 1 liter of milk, up to 50 grams of but­ter, up to 500 grams of veg­eta­bles, 300 grams of fruit, 100–150 grams of cot­tage cheese, and 200 grams of fish or meat (includ­ing poul­try meat). In addi­tion, cere­als, com­potes and berries must cer­tain­ly be present in the diet. Prod­ucts that are an aller­gen for you are sub­ject to an unequiv­o­cal excep­tion. It is also nec­es­sary to refrain from spices, gar­lic, mus­tard, horse­rad­ish, since these prod­ucts do not have the best effect on the qual­i­ty of milk.

A nurs­ing moth­er should prac­tice frac­tion­al nutri­tion — the num­ber of meals dai­ly should be from 5 to 6. This guar­an­tees you inten­sive milk pro­duc­tion. But you should not overeat or abuse the liq­uid — exces­sive nutri­tion will in no way improve the qual­i­ty of milk. Nurs­ing moth­ers need to get enough sleep and walk more often in the fresh air. In addi­tion, a woman dur­ing breast­feed­ing should occu­py a spe­cial posi­tion in the house and receive sup­port from all the rel­a­tives around her, includ­ing her hus­band.

Dur­ing the feed­ing of the child, for the con­ve­nience of the moth­er, a spe­cial pil­low for feed­ing, which help to unload the spine, relieve the load from the back and shoul­der gir­dle. The feed­ing process will acquire where­in relax­ing effect.

To keep lac­ta­tion, you should fol­low sim­ple tips. First, the baby must be applied to the breast at his first request. Sec­ond­ly, the child must be fed at night. Third­ly, the psy­cho­log­i­cal atti­tude will be deci­sive — it’s not bad if the moth­er, even before the birth, begins to imag­ine how won­der­ful it is to breast­feed her baby. Breast mas­sage, espe­cial­ly water mas­sage, while tak­ing a show­er, will not hurt either. You can also try herbal teas that increase lac­ta­tion, but this should be done with cau­tion. When tak­ing addi­tion­al funds, it is impor­tant to mon­i­tor the reac­tions of the child in order to pre­vent pos­si­ble aller­gic com­pli­ca­tions. There are both folk and med­ica­tions that increase lac­ta­tion, but it is advis­able to con­sult with your doc­tor about their use.

By Yraa

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