Although it is for most parents, there are many benefits of night-time breastfeeding.
Night BreastfeedingVery rarely, but it happens from the start that a baby will have a good night's sleep. However, it is not uncommon for a baby to be overweight and breastfeeding at night. His mother had a steady supply of nutrients in his womb, and now he has to enter just as much as he has in his tiny stomach. Breast milk is very easy to digest, the tummy will soon be empty, and must be eaten again.
Provides dairy productionNight-time breastfeeding plays an extremely important role in ensuring that your baby receives regular diets and fluids at the same time. If you are not breastfeeding at night and therefore your breasts are rarely discharged, the levels of hormones responsible for milk production will be lower, so milk will be reduced. If the milk goes cold in the long urine at night, the body senses it and reduces the producer. You know that this process also has a daily rhythm: milk is the most abundant at dawn, low in duluth and in the evening less but higher in calories. If you miss breastfeeding at night, you may wake up with tight breasts in the morning, which can also lead to breast canal obstruction and even breast inflammation.
Breastfeeding at night, women who are breastfeeding their baby less than six months of age, rarely become pregnant during the breastfeeding period, unless their menstrual cycle has been resumed. Exclusive breastfeeding under these conditions prevents ovulation in 98 percent of the cases (the release of the mature egg from the follicle).
Daily Rhythm - Do You Like It?
The baby senses calmness, darkness, and even, quiet noises. This condition allows you to wake up only when you are really hungry. I suppose some of our readers are now head-biting their heads, as there are babies who are just the other way around: they go to bed at night, sleep deeply in the noise and daytime. In the quiet of the night, perhaps, the lack of the usual sounds disturbs the little. In just a few weeks, he will adjust to the sleep-awake rhythm of the family. Like our baby, we can help him adjust: don't turn on the light (use at least some light) or clean it if you don't have to. Quietly start breastfeeding, preferably in our own way, without any uplifting, lying down or in an upright position. In the meantime, we can calmly babble. Let us make a glass of water when we go to bed so we don't have to get out of bed even if we thirst.
Experience shows that from the second month onwards, to a large half-year, there is a relatively calm and predictable periodwhich, however, can easily be disturbed by certain unexpected events. Illness, vaccinating, shifting, or reversing the menstrual cycle - all of which are factors that can upset the rhythm that has occurred for up to two weeks.
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How do you fight bt?
Of course, it happens that we invest in a good night's sleep, so it is worthwhile to use all our best efforts to find the most appropriate method. Many families enjoy co-existence. It requires a comfortable, big way, and that all parents accept the situation.
If you don't want to sleep with your baby at first, or if you feel inconvenient after a few months, Set the baby's bed with his own. This way, we can eliminate the stinging between the beds in the cool night. Some people take this lifestyle for months and years and do not feel the extra sacrifice of prolonged night-time breastfeeding. If you feel like it, don't worry, as this is a natural way of taking care of your child, it won't hurt you or your child. The need for a night's sleep can be thought of after a while. When? It's hard to predict! Maybe about one year old, maybe only after the second birthday…
Nor is it a reason for you to urge you to stop breastfeeding at night after a while. We also have to accept if our power is dead. However, "quitting" has a child's age and conditions, depending on the circumstances.
It may also be a simple step if you move your child a night farther away (if you have been sleeping in a family bed, now on a mattress or sloppy bed, if you have just slept in the baby bed). This is sometimes worthwhile, as the baby is exposed to less environmental stimuli at night. If the awakening has an internal cause, that is, the child desires to be close to her mother, she will also wake up in the quiet nursery. It would be a very bad decision if you let it go. After a while, the child will naturally give up trying to get in, get in, but what kind of a boy? Relaxed breastfeeding, a sense of security and a loss of confidence. Even if you are not breast-feeding, do not leave your child alone in this scary situation.
Perhaps the best way to get along is if the father rises to the baby for a few days. Even the little ones accept the comfort and loving comfort without breastfeeding. If this is your task, keep your baby loving by caressing and rocking. You are sure to have some difficult nights, so you should only start if you have a serious decision to make.
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