How to create a supportive breastfeeding environment

Six suggestions for creating a supportive nursing environment

  1. Find a peaceful atmosphere for nursing. Before beginning the feeding, unplug the phone, turn on relaxing music and do deep breathing. (Take four or five deep abdominal breaths.)
  2. If breastfeeding in public makes you uncomfortable, insist on your privacy and/or drape a light cover over your baby and your shoulder.
  3. Interact with friends and breastfeeding professionals who are supportive of breastfeeding. Do not let well-meaning friends and relatives who have different attitudes discourage you.
  4. Restrict visitors until you are comfortable.
  5. Be around other nursing mothers. Attend a postpartum exercise class and/or support group.
  6. Be sure your baby is positioned properly and allow enough suckling time.

Related Reading

Comments

  1. I needed to create you a bit of remark to be able to give many thanks the moment again with your fantastic secrets you’ve shared on this website. It was simply wonderfully generous of people like you to provide unreservedly precisely what a lot of people could have supplied for an e-book to generate some cash for themselves, chiefly seeing that you might have done it if you decided. The tactics in addition acted to be a fantastic way to comprehend other people online have similar keenness just as mine to know the truth way more with reference to this issue. Certainly there are numerous more fun situations up front for many who looked at your blog post.

  2. Carmen says:

    I’m really inspired together with your writing talents as
    smartly as with the format for your blog. Is this a paid topic or
    did you modify it yourself? Either way stay up the nice quality writing, it

Speak Your Mind

*