Moms. Some varieties of breast-feeding

NewbornLactation while falling asleep. Especially long in a 1-st six months later birth. The composition of milk includes elements that help your child to fall asleep and to configuration a healthy attitude to sleep. This is a most nutritious feeding, since a rear milk, higher in fat and high-calorie, starts to enter a newborn's aging body in 10-20 min of the a start sucking, and falling asleep crumb off the natural in average minutes 30-40 minutes.Night applying. Required to expand my mum enough natural milk. Full stimulation of a hormone prolactin in the production of a desired amount of child natural milk includes at least TWO-3 night sucking.Applying on waking. Following sleeping similar a child again, "born" into this world. Safely cross a border between sleeping and waking helps unique composition of fresh natural milk.Breastfeeding for a elimination of discomfort (pain, fear, illness, unusual tasting of "adult" diet food, fear of a darkness, postpartum stress, stress related to various life situations, etc.).Lactation to confront bodily and emotional contact with the mum (mum rarely picks up, long time no home, few pick up a time to communicate with a baby).BREAST-FEEDINGFresh-feeding: feeding rulesLactationBreast-feeding is all about the size of feedingPoses for breast-feeding   Care of a child. Resembling posts:Baby. Early newborn developmentNewbornAnalysis of breast milkChildNewborn leaving. Vitamins for infantsBaby.



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