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There is a little more about the correct attachment of the baby to the breast.

  1. The first principle of breastfeeding: proper attachment to the breast.
    When we understand the first principle of “proper breastfeeding,” we will be able to help start breastfeeding successfully, and also be able to prevent the most common difficulties, thanks to which breastfeeding will be successful in the future. Proper positioning of the child leads to proper attachment. Why proper attachment to the chest does not always work out.
  2. Proper attachment of the baby to the chest. What it is?
    When I start talking about right and wrong attachment of a child to my chest, I often hear the following phrase: “What do you mean? Is it possible to suck the breasts incorrectly? ”More often than not, I hear this question from medical staff. This made me particularly upset at the beginning of my work as a breastfeeding consultant when I heard this phrase from the medical staff.
  3. So, if I get my baby to be properly attached to my chest, I will never have nipple inflammation?
    Almost never, but there is one disease - a fungal infection called thrush (candida albicans) - which can occur, especially after antibiotic treatment. Women suffering from thrush experience burning pain in the chest, which remains after feeding. The skin at the same time can have a reddish shade, shine and be shelled. A child may have (but not always) white spots in the mouth or
  4. Proper attachment
    Breast milk secretion is directly dependent on the needs of the child: the more often he eats and the more he eats, the more milk the mammary glands produce. Therefore, pediatricians are advised to give one breast in one feeding. In the next - the other. Then it will accumulate enough milk. Proper attachment protects the nipples from injury, and the effect of quality emptying of the breast
  5. Learn, baby, breathe properly!
    The development of respiration is one of the first and very important stages of correctional impact on children - logopaths, regardless of the type of their speech defect. What is the difference between speech breathing and normal breathing? Breath in life is involuntary. It performs the function of gas exchange in the human body. Inhale and exhale through the nose, they are short and equal in time. The sequence of physiological respiration -
  6. The duration of applying the baby to the breast
    With natural breastfeeding, the duration of attachment of the baby to the breast can vary from a few seconds to an hour, depending on the task that the child faces at one time or another. ^ Short attachments are associated with a feeling of thirst (breast milk is about 90% water), the need for energy, the need to ensure the normal functioning of the nervous system
  7. Mother's help in putting the baby to the breast
    If you want to help a mother, you must see how she feeds the child and decide whether she does it correctly or not (see Figures b and 7). {foto12} Figure 7. The baby sucks in the correct position. Signs that determine the correct position of the child during feeding - The child with the whole body is turned towards the mother and pressed against it. - The face of the child is close to the chest. - The baby's chin touches
  8. How to properly attach the baby to the breast?
    Ensure that the baby is properly attached to the chest: • Your baby’s head and body should be in a straight line, as the baby cannot easily suck or swallow if his head is turned to the side or he holds his hand in front of him. • The baby’s face should be facing your breast, and the nose should be level with your nipple. • Touching the nipple to the baby’s lips
  9. Signs of proper breastfeeding and sucking
    How can you assess the correctness of breast taking by a child? Perhaps you will find out how the baby has taken the breast and whether it is sucking effectively, by sensations. If a breastfeeding counselor is helping you, pay special attention to the sensations in the nipple after both of you are in the correct feeding position. Also note how you feel sucking on
  10. Asymmetric application: user guide.
    Technique of proper attachment to the chest Why, in fact, asymmetric? The baby drains the milk from the breast in a wave-like movement of the tongue. All mobile, “working” parts of the mouth (tongue, lower jaw) are located below. Therefore, it is very important that from the side of the lower jaw in the child’s mouth get as much of the areola as possible. Because of this asymmetry of the child’s mouth, good attachment will also be
  11. Malyshev V. D .. Anesthesiology-resuscitation - Intensive therapy, 2009
    This manual summarizes the experience of teaching anesthesiology and resuscitation and the preparation of anaesthesiologists and resuscitators in clinical internship and internship at Russian State Medical University. The manual is based on the program of postgraduate university education, including sections on intensive care, resuscitation and first medical aid with the most frequently
  12. World Health Organization. Grow healthy baby !, 2003

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  14. A LITTLE STORY
    The division into homework, which is performed free of charge, and the actual “work” (because domestic work is not fully considered as such) is not connected with the realization of the natural properties and inclinations of men and women, but with the division into production and household that has developed in modern form only as the emergence and development of capitalist society. AT
  15. A bit of history
    “I'm a jester, I'm a Harlequin, I'm just laughing. Without a name and, in general, without fate,” Alla Pugacheva sang. In fact, there were a lot of jesters with big names and amazing fate. What do we know about jesters? a hat with ringing bells, a daring language and a duty to tell the truth to his masters. Something like this has developed in the mass consciousness on the basis of Shakespeare's plays and
  16. A bit of history
    The development of intellectual tests stimulated, strangely enough, world wars and the needs of the army. In 1917, the United States government commissioned psychologist Robert Yerkes to lead a committee to develop reliable testing methods for recruits. By this time, R. Yerks was already a well-known expert in the field of measuring intellectual abilities, although he worked until
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