From the first moment after the birth, infant is given the breastfeeding.
The baby must be nursed upon a certain plan.
Breastfeeding your baby according to the plan is necessary to the well-doing of the child.
Breastfeeding also preserves the health of the mother.
Healthy nourishing and digestible milk can be obtained from a breastfeeding mother.
If you damage your health and digestion by improper diet, neglected exercise, and impure air, you can provide as wholesome and uncontaminated fluid for your child.
The plan to increase breast milk in a breastfeeding mother:
In this plan, first half of the beverage is taken in the four and twenty hours. Having become a nurse is usual and necessary.
Follow this plan for a few days. You will become drowsy and disposed to sleep in the daytime; headache, thirst, hot skin, and in fact, fever supervened; the milk diminished in quantity, and, for the first time, the stomach and bowels of the infant became disordered.
Due to this, stop taking beverage and use remedies to prevent all the symptoms, both for you and your child. After that the health of you and your child will be restored.
Having been familiarized, prior to becoming a mother, to take a glass of wine, and occasionally a tumbler of table beer, you have to follow precisely the former dietetic plan. Additionally add half a point of barley-milk morning and night.
Both of you will continue in excellent health during the remaining period of breastfeeding. There is no need to introduce artificial food for your child till the ninth month.
Follow the above plan for the first six months, until the breast milk is fully established.
Benefits of Breastfeeding:
- Breastfeeding provides the right amount of fat, sugar, water, and protein that is needed for a baby’s growth and development.
- Most babies find it easier to digest breast milk than they do for formula.
- The antibodies in the breast milk helps to protect your baby from bacteria and viruses and to help them fight off infection and disease.
- Breastfeeding encourages a parenting bond with your baby.
Effects on your child with excessive breastfeeding:
Donâ€™t overload the stomach of your child with excessive breastfeeding. This is injurious and even dangerous practice. The food remains undigested; the child’s bowels are always out of order. Your child soon becomes restless and feverish, and is, perhaps, eventually lost.
When, by simply attending to the above rules of nursing, the infant might have become healthy and energetic. The plan without variation must be followed until six months.