Breastfeeding delays the onset of hereditary allergic disease, and lowers the risk of developing allergic disease. Breastfeeding helps the babyâ€™s immune system mature, protecting the baby in the meantime from viral, bacteria, and parasitic infections. Breastfeeding protects against developing chronic diseases such as: celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, asthma, and childhood cancers. (Shinskie and Lauwers, 2002) Lactation Consulting 3 Breastfeeding is best for mom too. Increased levels of oxytocin stimulate postpartum uterine contractions, reducing blood loss and encouraging uterine contractions.
A reproductive life plan is recommended for all child bearing aged couples. Reproductive life plans will provide counseling and address specific issues in the individual plan. The nurse should recognize the importance of initiating conversations about reproductive life with their patients. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “preconception care interventions are aimed at identifying and modifying biomedical, behavioral and social risks to a woman’s health or pregnancy outcome through prevention and management” (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2014). The goal is to optimize the health of women before conception to maximize the health of h... ... middle of paper ... ...ontrolled.
Moreover, it reduces the risk of osteoporosis. In addition, it is important for the mother with gestational diabetes to reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Second the benefits for the babies, it decreases the risk of multiple diseases like, asthma, diabetes, allergies, obesity and some childhood cancer. Also breastfeeding is important in building strong relation between the mother and her baby. Breast milk is easily digested.
Achieve universal primary education for all children 3. Promote gender equality and empowering women 4. Reduce child and infant mortality rates 5. Improve maternal(mother’s) health 6. Combat HIV/AIDS , malaria and other diseases 7.
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For mother it is beneficial for the prevention of many diseases like breast cancer, osteoporosis and depression and also it is helpful for pregnancies regulation. On the other hand, breastfeeding also important for children, it helps healthy development of their bones and jaws and also it decrease allergic diseases and celiac's diseases. Also, breast milk enhances immunity and child will be less susceptible to infectious diseases. Breastfeeding exclusively for the first 6 months is recommended by all health agencies and it should be continued until the two years of life along with complementary foods. (1) Many countries struggle to increase breastfeeding initiation, duration and frequency rates.
This paper seeks to show that indeed, breastfeeding is crucial to the health of a baby despite the diabetic status of the mother. Breastfeeding is the act of feeding a young child directly from the breast of a female parent. Nutritionists and other health experts recommend that an infant should be breastfed within the first hour of being born, exclusively breastfeed for the first six months and then be fed with complementary foods until an appropriate age (World Health Organization, 2003). Breast milk is very nutritional, and this provides the child with nutritional advantages that protect the child from diseases. It is for this primary reason that breastfeeding is recommended and should only be an exception under certain circumstances only.
Fundamental changes in the child's immune system as a result of the early termination of breastfeeding could form the basis of a deficiency later in the control group to avoid the immune response of autoimmune disease or hypersensitivity . Breast milk acts as agent for passive immunization of children is often important to prevent disease in neonates and infants . Due to Sri Lanka to promote breastfeeding. And will help you maintain good health in our country.
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This means that the start to improve violence must be made by the individual, but can also be greatly assisted by the health care environment and other community resources. III. Clinical Appraisal of the Literature In conclusion, every woman should be provided with a domestic violence screening at each health care encounter without any additional cost (Ambuel et al., 2013). The USPSTF recommends DV screening for all women of childbearing age (Boinville, 2013). Good communication skills with active listening skills should be utilized to help establish a therapeutic relationship.