You can help your child learn to breastfeed by following the following things.
Keep your skin covered with skin.
Practicing breastfeeding the baby innately.
Follow your baby’s hints.
Learning how to make salad and chest milk by hand pressure.
The skin is fitted with the skin: Applying skin to your skin is a way to catch your baby, both of which enjoy both children and parents. The child is wearing only a diaphragm and is kept in an erect position. The baby’s chest is against the skin on the breast. Make sure the baby’s nose and face remain visible and its head is free to raise.
A thin blanket can be mounted on the back of the baby. When the skin is kept in the skin with the skin, they can hear the heart’s heartbeat and breathing and feel the scent and skin of her skin. It helps children to become familiar and healthier and use their instincts.
The importance of applying skin to skin
- Helps your child to be safe and secure.
- Keeps your child’s heartbeat, breathing and blood sugar intact.
- Keep your child warm by using your body heat.
- Build ties and speed up to know each other.
- Helps your child to relax and reduce crying.
- Helps you become more confident and relaxed.
- Your milk helps to flow and can improve your milk supply.
- Encourages the mother to enter her breast. This means that your breasts are less likely to get painful and your baby gets more milk.
As soon as your baby is born, you can keep your baby in the skin with skin. This will help both of you to recover from childbirth. As your baby grows up, keep the baby in close contact with the skin for a long time. Immature children also benefit from it. Your partner can provide you with comfort and baby feeding from the skin of the baby from time to time. This method is called Kangaroo Mother Care.
Chest infant breastfeeding (also called Lead-back breastfeeding or biological breastfeeding)
It is normal for the child to insert a baby’s breast into the breast. This is particularly beneficial when your child is not breast-milking or your nipples are painful when the child is learning to breastfeed.
- Sit back and back with the help of anything.
- Keep your baby in the skin with skin so that your stomach with your head is close to your breasts.
- Your child is born with an instinct that helps him find your nipples. This is called “search for food” (routing) instinct. You will see him looking at your breasts by turning his head or moving it upside down. It may seem like a quick flip or peal.
- Keep your back and lower legs with your arm and hands while your baby moves towards your breast. When his shoulder and buttocks are leaned, he can tie his head a little backward. It helps her to enter her mother’s face.
- Your children will find your nipples. He could touch it with his hands first.
- After several attempts, your child will push your breasts with your chin, reach up and down with your face and enter your breasts.
- You can adjust the position of your baby and your baby to ensure both of you are comfortable with your breast once your baby gets in the breast.
With the pressure in hand, give out the milk of milk or chest milk
Using milk in your hands, use milk from your breasts and milk. Salududha is rich, green liquid first milk. Eating your salad is important for your baby because it helps your child’s disease-prevention system and is rich in nutrition. After the first 2-3 days of birth, you will get little sandalwood.
An important skill for mothers to take out milk by hand by hand. This is important because it helps you to do the following:
- Find a few drops of milk by pressing the baby to be interested in putting the breast into the face.
- Avoid the pain of breast buds by gently blubbering your breasts with a few drops of milk.
- If your breasts are too full, before your breasts enter your mouth, soften the place near the nipple bone.
- Make your breasts comfortable when your breasts are full and your baby does not play.
- If you need to go away from the baby or feed him directly in the breast without breast milk, then pour milk by pressure for the baby.
- Increase your milk flow.
You can practice getting your child born by breast milk or after one or two weeks before breast milk.
To get rid of your baby’s salad or breast milk-
- Wash your hands well.
- Find a place where you will feel comfortable and comfortable.
- Move the breast from the chest wall to the breasts and gently massage the breasts. Massage can help the milk to flow. It can also help to move nipples with your fingers gently.
- Put a warm towel for a few minutes on the breast.
- Take one breast with one hand, closer to the bot. Your fingers, along with other fingers, should be about 2.5-4 cm (1-1.5 ft) away from each other and your nipples.
- Gently push your breasts into the chest.
- Shrink your fingers and other fingers simultaneously together on each other without skin rubbing.
- Relax your fingers for a few seconds, then repeat the same process. Do not pressure your breasts down, because it stops the flow of milk and it can hurt you.
- Move your fingers around your breasts so that you can get milk from the full breast pressure. Continue it for about a minute or until the milk flows stop. You can shift hands and move from one breast to another. If you have any breasts of milk in your breasts try to try it out.
- Collect milk in a teaspoon or wide mouth bowl. You can give a baby a small cup or spoon to make a salad or breast milk.
Sometimes a mother may not be able to breastfeed immediately or it may be necessary to separate mother and baby due to medical reasons. In both cases, it is important to start and maintain your milk supply. If your child does not drink milk directly from the breast, you can put your milk supply on by pushing your hands or pumping or mixing them together. It is important that every time the child consumes the amount of milk. Must be at least 8 times in 24 hours. Even after having your breasts within the first hour of your baby’s birth, you can start.
Indication based feeding
Breastfeeding your baby frequently. Children need to feed 8 times at least 24 hours. Observe your child’s senses. When your child is ready to eat, she needs a short break from eating and when she is finished she will tell you.
Your child will show that he is ready and eager to eat. He will show a number of symptoms which are called signs of feeding.
Early indications “I’m hungry”
- Open mouth, lift or lick.
- Wandering from hand to face.
- Rotate the head from one side to another.
- Looking for food search, looking for items from the mouth.
Intermediate indication “I’m really hungry”
- Extend hands and feet.
- Move more.
- Hover from the hands to the face.
- Sucking, bending or sighing sound.
Delayed hint “Help me calm me down”
- Incidentally, shake the body.
- Color red.
When looking at your child’s delayed eating, it’s time to calm down before feeding your baby. The way you can do it-
- If your child starts crying, try to respond quickly. For a long time crying, it is difficult to calm the child.
- Uncover her clothes and keep her with your skin.
- If he dries out for a short time, try to re-feed him.
- Hold the baby in front of your chest or shoulder and walk around it or walk around in a rocking chair.
- Try to get rid of it.
- Talk to him, talk to him.
- Change the diaphragm wet or diaphragm.