All the women who became first-time moms or who are planning to have a bud in a short period of time have ever wondered the myths and realities of breast milk.
No more! let us clear together all the doubts that revolve around this stage so important for both women and babies.
The breastfeeding stage
There may be millions of pretexts for which a mother cannot or does not want to breastfeed her baby; from time to vanity, the fear that he will drop the bubis.
The body and nature is so amazing that with a simple action you can protect your baby from gastrointestinal and respiratory infections, obesity, diabetes, leukemia, allergies, childhood cancer, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diseases Digestive.
Children who feed on breast milk are not only six times more likely to survive and enjoy better health, but they take their combo of nutrients by acquiring vitamins, proteins, and fats they need for healthy development. At the same time it strengthens the love bond, between you and your little creature, which will develop greater security, self-esteem and super high levels of intelligence.
Benefits for the mother
Are you depressed and devastated that you feel that your body is not going to return to the way you had it before? Don't worry, believe it or not, giving your baby a breastfeed too benefits you, Czech!
You'll recover faster from delivery, have less risk of bleeding and postpartum depression, return to your original weight in less time, reduce the chance of diseases such as type II diabetes, osteoporosis, cancer, hypertension and problems Cardiac.
Myths and Realities of Breast Milk
We took a dive to the UNICEF page, and these were the myths and realities that live most in the heads of mothers or mothers-to-be. Czech presentation here.
Women with small breasts cannot breastfeed.
Breast size has no impact on breastfeeding at all
Not all women produce enough milk to satisfy the baby
All women produce good quality milk in sufficient quantity to satisfy the baby
Women who lactate cannot have sex because milk is damaged
False! Sex doesn't harm milk.
The caloster (the milk the mother produces in the first three days after delivery) should be discarded because it is dirty and antigenic
The heat should never be discarded because it contains many nutrients and defense factors that strengthen the baby's immune system. It's like a vaccine.
If the mother is sick, she should not give lactar and if she continues to lansure she cannot take medication.
If the disease is a flu or simple cold you can breastfeed without problem. If it is another more serious condition, you should consult your doctor before medicating.
Remember that these are just some myths and realities of breast milk. You must always be super attentive and remember that your baby is small and needs all possible defenses to grow big and strong.