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Principles of Increasing Breast Milk Volume
 
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Dr Robyn Thompson talks about the principles of increasing milk volume where stimulation of the hormones, oxytocin and prolactin is the key, as opposed to 'extraction' of milk. Dr Robyn shares information about the importance of the first breastfeed and first 72 hours in establishing milk production for the new mother and newborn. Want To Learn More About The Thompson Method? 🤱Join Dr Robyn’s FREE Facebook Group. Click here: http://bit.ly/TTMGroup 🤱Get the ‘Ultimate Guide for Breastfeeding Success’ ebook for only $7. Click here: http://bit.ly/Dr_Robyn Visit https://www.thethompsonmethod.com The Thompson Method for breastfeeding by Dr Robyn Thompson aims at preventing sore nipples, based on her research and over 40 years experience in midwifery. In 2014, Dr Robyn was awarded a PHD where the main topic of question was "Why do so many women present with breastfeeding complications, particularly varying degrees of painful nipple trauma in the early postnatal period?" Dr Robyn offers a wide range of free information about breastfeeding without pain, as well as The Breastfeeding Course, for those wishing to empower themselves with quality and reliable breastfeeding education. *Medical Disclaimer: Certain information in this video may deal with health, midwifery and medical related issues. Please note that the information contained in this video is not intended to be medical advice, nor does anything contained in this video create any health, midwifery or medical practitioner-woman relationship, or supplant any in-person health, midwifery or medical consultation or examination. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition and before seeking any treatment. Professional advice should always be sought for specific conditions and specific circumstances. Never disregard professional health or medical advice or delay in seeking medical treatment due to information obtained from this video. Any information from this video is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. This video is for information purposes only. The information in this video is not intended to replace health, midwifery or medical care, nor is it intended to be (or should be taken for) medical diagnosis or treatment.
Dr. Phil Explains The Fundamental Principles Of A Relationship: ‘Each Person Has 2 Jobs’
 
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Cory and Elizabeth have been together for three years, and have a 7-month-old son together. http://drphil.com Buy The 20/20 Diet: http://bit.ly/drphil2020diet Buy Life Code: http://bitly.com/LifeCodeDP Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter
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Breastfeeding: The Importance of Feeding from Both Breasts each feed
 
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Should I breastfeed using one breast or both breasts each feed? Dr Robyn Thompson, a midwife and breastfeeding consultant with over 40 years experience talks about the importance of feeding from both breasts each feed and the likely implications of only feeding from one breast each feed. Reflux and colic, as well as low milk volume may be avoided by observing some basic principles that Dr Robyn shares in this video*. The Thompson Method for breastfeeding by Dr Robyn Thompson is aimed at preventing sore nipples, based on her research and over 40 years experience in midwifery. In 2014, Dr Robyn was awarded a PHD where the main topic of question was "Why do so many women present with breastfeeding complications, particularly varying degrees of painful nipple trauma in the early postnatal period?" Want To Learn More About The Thompson Method? 🤱Get the ‘Ultimate Guide to Breastfeeding Success’ ebook for only $7. Click here: http://bit.ly/Dr_Robyn visit https://www.thethompsonmethod.com/ *Medical Disclaimer: Certain information in this video may deal with health, midwifery and medical related issues. Please note that the information contained in this video is not intended to be medical advice, nor does anything contained in this video create any health, midwifery or medical practitioner-woman relationship, or supplant any in-person health, midwifery or medical consultation or examination. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition and before seeking any treatment. Professional advice should always be sought for specific conditions and specific circumstances. Never disregard professional health or medical advice or delay in seeking medical treatment due to information obtained from this video. Any information from this video is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. This video is for information purposes only. The information in this video is not intended to replace health, midwifery or medical care, nor is it intended to be (or should be taken for) medical diagnosis or treatment. Official website: http://www.thethompsonmethod.com
Breastfeeding: How to latch baby
 
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Learn how to position and support your baby for a good latch with this video from SickBaby. These positions include cross-cradle, football, and cradle holds. Note: For individualized breastfeeding support, please contact a lactation consultant or health-care provider. __________________________________________________________ To shop the cutest and trendiest baby wear: www.joyfulmammas.com ___________________________________________________ Follow us on: Instagram: @joyfulmammas Facebook: Joyful Mammas Boutique ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- How to latch baby, breastfeeding principles, the latch and other keys to breast feeding success, how to feed newborn baby, how often to feed newborn baby at night, nursing your baby, tips for new moms, feeding womans
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Principles for Clothing 2 (Gender, Doubtful Disputations, Pants, Skirts, Breastfeeding) | Victor Tey
 
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Church Website: http://tcip.org.au/ This is a sermon preached by Victor Tey at The Church in Punchbowl on Sunday, 1st May 2016. 1:58 - A look into Deuteronomy 22:5 5:44 - PowerPoint Comparison 22:01 - Principles for doubtful disputations 33:02 - Questions to guide your decision 37:47 - Application for church gathering 41:39 - Application for breastfeeding 50:14 - Application for pants on women 54:47 - Application for sports Subscribe to our Email Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bh5vxX Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Church-in-Punchbowl/1493638817550759 Google Plus Page: https://plus.google.com/b/116423100203183337288/116423100203183337288/posts iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/id979192440
ProEstRo.com - Jack Newman - Breastfeeding: Knowledge within YourPregnancy
 
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Jack Newman is a Speaker of the First International Online Festival on Natural Birth 'Miracle in the Heart: Expecting.Giving Birth.Cognizing.' (December 7-21,2014). The webinar is about: right positionig and latching the babies on within breastfeeding (about 15 podcasts of different types of babies' sucking): really good drinking, nibbling and “borderline” drinking, various poses for breastfeeding recommended, the baby's tongue-tie, inspiration for women. Translator: Alena Achkasova (UK) You might be also interested in Jack's article 'Any Diet for a Nursing Mother? - You Can Have Your Cake and Breastfeed Too!' Jack Newman (Toronto, Canada) is a Speaker of the First International Online Festival on Natural Birth 'Miracle in the Heart: Expecting.Giving Birth.Cognizing.' (December 13, 2014). The webinar is about: right positionig and latching the babies on within breastfeeding (about 15 podcasts of different types of babies' sucking): really good drinking, nibbling and “borderline” drinking, various poses for breastfeeding recommended, the baby's tongue-tie, inspiration for women. Translator: Alena Achkasova (UK) You might be also interested in Jack's article 'AnyDiet for a Nursing Mother? - You Can Have Your Cake and Breastfeed Too!' http://en.proestro.info/diet-for-a-nursing-mother The video is created by "Miracle in the Heart". Our SOCIAL PROJECT popularizes non-medical approach and principles of natural parenting worldwide! As a participant of our international and hearty project, you can easily get the access to the webinars from 120+ experts FOR FREE http://fest2015.proestro.com/. Please visit http://proestro.com/english. Jack Newman, Toronto, Canada MD, FRCPC, famous Canadian Canadian physician specializing in breastfeeding support and advocacy. He opened the first hospital breastfeeding clinic in Canada in 1984, speaks regularly at conferences (La Leche League, IBCLC), and has been a consultant for Unicef's Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative. He is also the co-author of Dr. Jack Newman's Guide to Breastfeeding (published as The Ultimate Breastfeeding Book of Answers in the United States). Personal website: http://ibconline.ca/
Main Principles For An Empowered Birth
 
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To dive deeper and receive more support, get your copy of Feng Shui Mommy: Creating Balance and Harmony for Blissful Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Motherhood at https://www.amazon.com/Feng-Shui-Mommy-Childbirth-Motherhood/dp/1608684717
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The first hour of breastfeeding your newborn
 
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#Newborn #NewMom #breastfeeding Your first hour with your new baby is unlike anything you’ve known before. Watch how
Is breastfeeding at night important?
 
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The newborn baby has a stomach that's around the size of its closed fist, so therefore needs nourishing around the clock to maintain caloric requirements and hydration. It's also important for the mother to be moving milk through both breasts regularly to stimulate the hormones necessary for milk production. The Thompson Method for breastfeeding by Dr Robyn Thompson is aimed at preventing sore nipples, based on her research and over 40 years experience in midwifery. In 2014, Dr Robyn was awarded a PHD where the main topic of question was "Why do so many women present with breastfeeding complications, particularly varying degrees of painful nipple trauma in the early postnatal period?" Want To Learn More About The Thompson Method? 🤱Join Dr Robyn’s FREE Facebook Group. Click here: http://bit.ly/TTMGroup 🤱Get the ‘Ultimate Guide to Breastfeeding Success’ ebook for only $7. Click here: http://bit.ly/Dr_Robyn https://www.thethompsonmethod.com/ *Medical Disclaimer: Certain information in this video may deal with health, midwifery and medical related issues. Please note that the information contained in this video is not intended to be medical advice, nor does anything contained in this video create any health, midwifery or medical practitioner-woman relationship, or supplant any in-person health, midwifery or medical consultation or examination. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding any medical condition and before seeking any treatment. Professional advice should always be sought for specific conditions and specific circumstances. Never disregard professional health or medical advice or delay in seeking medical treatment due to information obtained from this video. Any information from this video is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. This video is for information purposes only. The information in this video is not intended to replace health, midwifery or medical care, nor is it intended to be (or should be taken for) medical diagnosis or treatment. Official website: http://www.thethompsonmethod.com
Common Breastfeeding Questions
 
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To dive deeper and receive more support, get your copy of Feng Shui Mommy: Creating Balance and Harmony for Blissful Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Motherhood at https://www.amazon.com/Feng-Shui-Mommy-Childbirth-Motherhood/dp/1608684717
Views: 1572 Bailey Gaddis
Milky | Short Film
 
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When an anxious widow finds her cafe host to a heated argument about breastfeeding can she find the courage to do the right thing? __________ Directed and Edited by - Barnum Nixon-Smith Produced by - Josh Lambie Written by - Eilidh Cownie Associate Producer - George Lambie Executive Producers: Matthew Lawrence Jenny Fraser Bailie Smith CAST: Kirsten Maguire Gordon Slater Jenny Kondol CREW: Director of Photography: William Samson 1ST AD: Josh Lambie Production Sound: Kevin Nisbet Catering: Charlotte Lloyd PA: Eilidh Cownie Music by - Benjamin Tissot Special thanks to Leith Walk Cafe (https://www.facebook.com/leithwalkcafe/)
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Man Claims Girlfriend Continues To Breastfeed Their 7-Month-Old For Attention
 
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Cory, 37, admits he has a strict set of rules for his household and his 25-year-old girlfriend, Elizabeth. And when it comes to their infant son, Cory has said he wants Elizabeth to stop breastfeeding the child when he turns 8 months old. http://drphil.com Buy The 20/20 Diet: http://bit.ly/drphil2020diet Buy Life Code: http://bitly.com/LifeCodeDP Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter
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Drugs in Lactation
 
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General principles of prescribing in lactation and exploring resources that can be used to find information about drug safety in lactation.-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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BE03 - Positioning and Latch of the Breastfeeding Infant
 
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In this course you will learn about breastfeeding-related maternal and infant anatomy. You will also learn about the infant's innate reflexes that facilitate breastfeeding. The physics of sucking and milk transfer will also be studied. Being aware of the principles of positioning and latch will allow you to apply this knowledge to any situation and be proficient at assessing a breastfeed for effectiveness.
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"Breastfeeding" - What's Pressing with Richard Burst-Lazarus - S4
 
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What's Pressing is the talk show where Brooklyn meets the internet to compare common interests. "Breastfeeding" - What's Pressing with Richard Burst-Lazarus (& Friends) - S4
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My 23 month old still nurses at night. How can I wean him off?
 
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You wanted to know how you can wean your almost-2-year-old from breastfeeding, and he's only nursing at night. And generally speaking, when a mother weans, she should cut out 1 feeding every 2 to 5 days, slowly decrease the amount of time that she lets her baby nurse, and slowly increase the amount of time in between feedings. And so basically, weaning is a process that usually takes 1 to 2 weeks, but the way you implement these principles is going to depend on how often your baby is nursing at this point and the time of day. You mentioned that he's only nursing during the night. And so let's say that he's nursing twice during the night. To start, try cutting out one of those feedings, and then slowly decrease the amount of time that you let him nurse during that one feeding each night. And after several days to a week or so, try cutting out all feedings during the night. And this will slowly send your body the message that it needs to turn the milk-making factory off. You may find that you wake up really full in the morning after not nursing your baby during the night. And if that's the case, then just manually express a little bit of milk or pump off enough to the point of feeling comfortable. But don't empty the breast, because that will stimulate your body to make even more, and that's what you're trying to avoid. Now, when weaning a baby or a toddler from nursing, you need to replace those nursing sessions with nourishment if it's during the day. For example, if a baby is weaning during their first year of life (like before the first birthday), nursing sessions need to be replaced with formula to make sure that the baby is getting what they need. Between the first and second birthday, a baby needs to drink whole milk, and so nursing sessions would be replaced with whole milk. But because your son is only nursing during the night, you don't need to replace those nursing sessions with anything unless his pediatrician has said that he needs night time feedings. And at 23 months of age, most toddlers don't. They should be getting the nutrition and hydration they need during the day. And night time nursing sessions are probably just a source of comfort for him. So in order to teach him how to self-soothe and to go to sleep without the help of a nursing session or from you, you can sleep-train him. And this is going to involve "crying it out". And this is basically where you put him to bed fed, and changed, and loved, and if he wakes up and wants to nurse, then you teach him how to self-soothe by "crying it out". And you can do this for as long as you're comfortable with it. Of course, you should check on him if you feel like he's crying because he has an immediate need, or because he's in pain or something, but if it's just because he wants you, then let him cry for a little while before you respond to him. And after doing this and being persistent and consistent for 4 to 7 nights, then he'll get the message that crying doesn't get him what he wants most, which is you, and he'll learn how to self-soothe. If this sounds a little bit harsh, then you can try a more graduated approach where you go in his room and reassure him that you're there, but resist any and all urges to turn on the lights, talk to him, pick him up, and just turn around and walk back out of the room. Some parents find that this works well, but others find that it just makes it harder, because the baby screams even louder because the parent came in the room. So if you do want to try this method, first, give your child about 5 to 10 minutes before going in his room, and then reassure him that you're there, walk right out of the room. And he'll probably continue to cry, and if this is the case, wait 15 to 20 minutes the next time, and then go in and do the same thing. And then if he's still crying, wait about 30 to 40 minutes before going in, and incrementally increase the amount of time you wait before you go in and check on him. And again, be persistent and consistent about it for 4 to 7 nights and he'll eventually get the message that he's not going to get what he wants most, which is you, when he cries. Good luck with it, and if you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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How to Stop Breastfeeding Without Pain
 
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Subscribing to my channel is greatly appreciated!! her foods despite not having teeth. You can tell they are ready for food by increased fussiness, ability to sit up without much help, watching you eat with interest, and chewing motions. Some people think that you have to start weaning when the baby starts teething, but this is not true. It is okay to keep breast feeding your baby even when he starts teething. Just keep in mind that some babies will bite when they are nursing after they develop teeth, but gently telling your baby this is not okay should be enough to make him stop.Introduce food. To get to the point where food is the main source of nutrition, you should begin slowly. Baby’s digestive system is still developing, and he or she will need either breastmilk or formula until about 12 months. Start at around four months with baby cereal and progress to table food. When introducing an exclusively breastfed baby to food for the first time, express some breastmilk and mix it into a single-grain baby cereal. This will make it more appetizing and easier for the baby to chew. Food should be introduced at around six months. Between four and eight months, you can introduce pureed fruits, veggies, and meats.At nine to 12 months, you can offer non-pureed finger foods such as rice, teething biscuits, and ground meat.Start to cut out feedings. If your baby nurses every three hours, at around nine months you can start nursing every four to five hours. Or you can simply skip over baby’s least favorite feeding or the most difficult feeding and see if your baby notices. If not, keep skipping it.erence" aria-label="Link to Reference 6" A few days or weeks later, skip another nursing and see if your baby notices. If your baby continues to adapt to the skipped feedings, you can continue this trend up until the last feeding.You may want to keep the early morning and bedtime feedings until the very end. For one thing, you have more milk in the morning after a long night without nursing, so keeping this feeding will prevent engorgement. And the evening feeding is probably part of a comforting bedtime routine, as well as a way to help baby feel full and sleep better. The evening feeding is usually the last one to go. Cut out middle of the night feedings by having your partner or someone else comfort the baby. Substitute formula for breastmilk. If you are trying to wean before your baby is 12 months old, you need to replace breastmilk with formula. Substituting breastmilk with formula one feeding at a time for several weeks each will eventually wean both you and the baby. Experiment by switching out the breast for the bottle. If you usually offer the breast each time the baby wants to feed, try offering the bottle first and see what happens. Alternatively, if you nurse the baby to sleep, when they are just starting to fall asleep, slip the breast out of their mouth and slip in the bottles nipple. This may help your baby get used to the taste and the bottle nipple without even realizing it. If your baby won’t take a bottle, try different things, like having someone else like dad try, offering the bottle when the baby is tired, or use a sippy cup instead. If your baby is over 12 months, you can substitute breastmilk with whole cow’s milk. Experiment by switching out the breast for the bottle. If you usually offer the breast each time the baby wants to feed, try offering the bottle first and see what happens.Alternatively, if you nurse the baby to sleep, when they are just starting to fall asleep, slip the breast out of their mouth and slip in the bottles nipple. This may help your baby get used to the taste and the bottle nipple without even realizing it.If your baby won’t take a bottle, try different things, like having someone else like dad try, offering the bottle when the baby is tired, or use a sippy cup instead.If your baby is over 12 months, you can substitute breastmilk with whole cow’s milk.Reduce pumping sessions slowly. If you are mostly or exclusively pumping, you still need to wean off of pumping and take your time doing so. The same principles of weaning from the breast apply: reduce the number of pumping sessions per day. The first step is to reduce to two pumpings a day, preferably 12 hours apart. Wait a few days between dropping pumpings. Once you are down to two pumping sessions per day, reduce the length of each pumping session. Then reduce it to one pumping per day, staying here for a few days. Reduce the duration of this last pumping session. Once you are only getting two or three ounces from a pumping session, you can stop pumping altogether. All the same steps apply to weaning from pumping if you feel engorged, blocked ducts, or general pain. Wait a few days between dropping pumpings.Once you are down to two pumping sessions per day, reduce the length of each pumping session.Then reduce it to one pumping per day, staying here for a few days.Reduce the duration of this last
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That's Why Babies Can't Drink Water
 
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When can babies drink water? Humans need water to survive, but did you know that babies under 6 months don’t ever need to drink a drop of it? Babies' inner workings are quite different to an adult’s, which means they can’t eat and drink the same things grown-ups do. Even a couple of ounces of water can pose major health problems! According to the World Health Organization, babies should be exclusively breastfed for the first 6 months of their life. If they can’t be breastfed, formula will suffice. Even in the hottest months of the year, babies can remain hydrated from their daily breast milk or formula intake. So how much harm can water do to a baby’s insides? A lot! Other videos you might like: 10 Amazing Things You Did Before You Were Born https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVOFzbemGmk 9 Surprising Facts About Royal Nannies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29qAMSFYYPM 9 Child Safety Principles Every Parent Needs to Know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJCvyHWAkjE TIMESTAMPS: How do babies survive without water? 1:47 What can water do to a baby’s insides? 2:45 Water intoxication 3:38 A baby’s kidneys 5:07 How to incorporate water into a baby’s diet 6:42 How much water toddlers need 8:29 #babyhealth #babycare #toddlers Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ SUMMARY: - Surprisingly enough, the answer is no. Unlike adults, babies are comprised of approximately 75% water. Babies simply don’t need water in the same way young children and adults do. Babies remain healthily hydrated thanks to a regular intake of breast milk or formula. - Water can fill up a baby’s tummy, which can make it difficult for them to absorb the right amount of nutrition they need from their breast milk or formula. Too much water in babies’ small bellies can fill them up and will spoil their appetite for the milk or formula they desperately need for healthy growth. - If you use too much water in your formula mixture or in general, you risk giving your baby “water intoxication,” which can prove to be very dangerous. - Watering down formula unnecessarily can screw up a baby’s electrolyte balance. This imbalance can cause major complications like seizures. - Giving water to babies doesn’t only interfere with their ability to absorb nutrients. It also does major harm to their organs. - A baby under 6 months old doesn’t have a fully developed filtration system in their body. This inability to filter water can literally intoxicate the baby, affecting their overall growth and development. - Just like you do with solid food, you need to incorporate water gradually into their diets along with breast milk and formula. - Since you can only give them a tiny bit of water at a time in the very beginning, try giving them just a taste of water on a spoon. This will give them a chance to experience the stuff! - According to the United States Department of Agriculture, toddlers typically need around 1.3 liters of water a day, which includes water found in milk, juice, and other foods. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Photos: https://www.depositphotos.com East News ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Antifungal use during pregnancy and breastfeeding (lecture by Dr Felix Bongomin)
 
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Lecture on use of antifungal therapy during pregnancy and breastfeeding by Dr Felix Bongomin for LIFE Worldwide (National Aspergillosis Centre, Manchester, UK). General principles and physiological changes during pregnancy that affect pharmacokinetics. Periods of gestation. FDA classification of drug risks to foetus, and risk assessment. Safety profiles of polyenes, azoles, echinocandins, other antifungals. For slides and alternative formats please visit http://life-worldwide.org/life-education-slide-sets-video-presentations-and-reading-materials
Boyfriend Insists ‘I Am The King, This Is My Castle’
 
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A boyfriend says when it comes to his relationship rules, it’s his way or the highway. http://drphil.com Buy The 20/20 Diet: http://bit.ly/drphil2020diet Buy Life Code: http://bitly.com/LifeCodeDP Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter
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A Healthier You" - The Benefits of Breastfeeding
 
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Catawba County Public Health and WHKY partner monthly to feature information about services, programs, and health education provided by the county via "A Healthier You". This segment features Public Health's public information officer, Kelly Schermerhorn, and Sarah Keeter, an international board certified lactation consultant with the WIC program, discussing the benefits of breastfeeding for both mom and baby.
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EXCLUSIVE! Dr. Bill Sears - the extended breastfeeding debate
 
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http://www.insidershealth.com http://www.askdrsears.com/ Exclusive Attachment Parenting Extended Breastfeeding Time Magazine's Breastfeeding article, which created a lot of controversy, mentioned Dr. Bill Sears as the "Attachment Parenting Guru." What is attachment parenting, and is there such a thing as "extreme breastfeeding?" Dr. Sears advocates that mothers listen to their hearts and their instincts and do what feels right for themselves and their children. Learn about the 7 Baby B's, connecting tools for raising babies. Related Articles: Milking It for All It's Worth? The Debate over Extended Breastfeeding http://ihtv.me/KpF4Lc Dangerous Hidden Toxins Found In Baby Formulas http://ihtv.me/MHH3Nz Another Winning Point for Moms: Women Who Breastfeed Reduce Their Diabetes Risk http://ihtv.me/eQnrqJ Also see IHTV's interview with Dr. Fran Walfish who disagrees with attachment parenting http://youtu.be/wF79m0GJ6j8 breastfeeding mothers "Bill Sears" "Dr. Sears" "attachment parenting" "extended breastfeeding" "extreme breastfeeding" baby babies infant children toddlers formula nursing "breast milk" bottle insidershealth ihtv
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Increasing Breast Milk Production - Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies
 
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Don't forget to check out our brand new website - http://bit.ly/hmvdesc Breast milk is a very important nutritional source for babies and low milk supply can put the baby at risk of malnutrition. Watch how you can increase breast milk production using natural ingredients available in your kitchen! Check other ### NATURAL HOME REMEDIES ### videos: A. MENSTRUAL CRAMPS : http://goo.gl/EZzIht B. FEMALE STERILITY : http://goo.gl/3TvHdB C. SORE NIPPLES : http://goo.gl/Bqdypt Subscribe Here : http://goo.gl/ZyxisL Also, check our food therapy channel: http://goo.gl/O4VAbH ----------------------------- Increasing Breast Milk Production: • Breast milk is a very important nutritional source for babies as it: o Strengthens the immune system o Increases memory and IQ • Low milk supply can put the baby at risk of malnutrition Causes: • The milk production can be limited due to: o Any illness o Consuming birth-control pills • Certain hormonal disorders • Infrequent breastfeeding by the mother due to cracked or painful nipples Natural home remedy using fenugreek seeds and cow/goat/camel milk: 1. Take some washed fenugreek seeds 2. Crush them to powder 3. Mix 1 tbsp of this powder in milk from a cow, goat or camel 4. Drink 3 glasses of this milk every day • It stimulates the milk producing glands. Diabetic and asthmatic women should avoid this remedy. Natural home remedy using drumstick juice: 1. Drink ½ glass of drumstick juice every day • This will stimulate the mammary glands. It will also open up veins around the breast, which will increase the supply of milk. Tips: • Keep the body hydrated by drinking water and juices through the day • Have a nutritious diet and increase your daily calorie intake • Using a warm compress on your breast before the feeding session increases the blood supply in the region ----------------------------- SUBSCRIBE TO HOMEVEDA: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=homeveda JOIN US ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/homeveda FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/homeveda These remedies are based on the principles of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of healing, and are completely natural, non-invasive, and can be prepared at home. Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist. Refer to the terms of use on our website http://www.homeveda.com
The use of psychotropic medications in a breastfeeding woman Livewire
 
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In this video, Dr Treasure McGuire, pharmacologist, and I discuss the use of psychotropic medications in breastfeeding.
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Resolve Breast Feeding Problem| Healthy Diet - Homeveda Nutrition
 
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Lactation Mastitis Mastitis is a condition that usually affects breast-feeding women. If after breastfeeding, the breast does not empty out completely, the remaining milk can cause blockage in the milk ducts & lead to infection. At times, bacteria may also enter the milk ducts through a break or crack in the nipples. Symptoms to look for: • Painful & inflamed breast ----------------------------- Causes: • Blockage in milk ducts ----------------------------- Food groups to consume in lactation mastitis: 1. Liquids: Improves blood circulation and prevents clogging of milk ducts Foods to consume: Water, juices, buttermilk, coconut water and barley water 2. Vitamins & antioxidants: Fights infection Foods to consume: Carrots, spinach, beetroots, corn, broccoli, bell peppers, oranges, kiwi, watermelon, mango and strawberries 3. Fats: Reduces inflammation Foods to consume: Olive oil, rice bran oil, sesame oil, sunflower oil, flax seeds, fish like salmon, tuna & mackerel. ----------------------------- Recipes based on the above food groups: Recipe: Kiwi & watermelon salad 1. Add 1 cup diced kiwi in a bowl 2. Now, add 1 cup diced watermelon 3. Add 1 cup green gram sprouts 4. Now add 1 tbsp chopped basil (tulsi) leaves 5. Also add 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves Lets now keep this aside and make a dressing for this salad 6. Take 1 tbsp of lemon juice in a small bowl 7. Add zest of ½ lemon to it, about ½ tsp 8. And 1 tsp of finely chopped ginger. Also add 1 tsp sesame oil 9. Add salt and then pepper to taste 10. Mix this well. Your dressing is ready 11. Add this dressing to the salad 12. Toss well & serve This delicious salad looks colorful and can be had any time of the day SUBSCRIBE TO HOMEVEDA: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... SUBSCRIBE TO HOMEVEDA NUTRITION: https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeVeda... SUBSCRIBE TO HOMEVEDA SHORTS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6vx... JOIN US ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/homeveda FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/homeveda FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @homeveda These remedies are based on the principles of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of healing, and are completely natural, non-invasive, and can be prepared at home. Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist. Refer to the terms of use on our website http://www.homeveda.com
Breastfeeding as contraception LAM
 
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How to use the LAM method safely
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Common Breast Complications during Lactation
 
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In this video, you will learn the symptoms and common treatment options for engorgement, plugged milk ducts, and mastitis, as well as how to prevent them.
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1 Year Of Attachment Parenting: Our Experience
 
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Want to start on a raw vegan diet to look and feel amazing? Get your FREE 5-Day Raw Food Diet Kickstart Menu Plan here: http://www.rawsomehealthy.com Our raw vegan baby Elanie has turned 1 year old! During this year, we’ve been applying the attachment parenting principles, such as breastfeeding on demand, co-sleeping and baby carrying. In the modern world attachment parenting is seen is something negative. “Your child will become too dependent on you!” “He or she will be spoilt and be too demanding!” These are just some of the things that you will hear people say. So in this video we talk about our attachment parenting and cover the following areas: • Breastfeeding: how long should you do it for? • Co-sleeping: does it spoil your child and ruin your relationship? • Baby carrying: does it get too hard to carry your child around? • Alternative parenting in the conventional world: a crazy idea or the way forward for humanity? What are your thoughts and experiences about aware parenting? Do you think it can spoil your child? Post your comments below! **** Have your explored our products? They help people worldwide to gain the health, shape and fitness levels of their dreams! * Thrive On Raw - Easy And Practical Guide To Starting And Succeeding On A Raw Vegan Lifestyle: http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/thriveonraw * Thrive On Raw Recipes - 40 Delicious And Low-Fat Raw Vegan Meals To Help You Achieve Your Ideal Weight And Glowing Health: http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/rawrecipes/ * Our journey on raw, lessons learnt and mistakes to avoid: "The Raw Message" http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/raw-message * "Deliciously Raw Dinners: 36 tasty and easy to make low-fat raw vegan savoury recipes to assist your detox, as well as weight and health management: http://rawsomehealthy.com/deliciously-raw-dinners-3/ * Struggling to be raw, fit and healthy during the winter months? Discover "The Raw Food Winter Recipe Collection": http://rawsomehealthy.com/raw-winter-recipes/ * Love fruit and traveling? "Your Guide To The Top 10 Fruitful Destinations" http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/raw-travels/ * A parent or a parent-to-be? "Healthy Raw Nutrition For Children And Teenagers" http://www.rawsomehealthy.com/raw-children/ * Into consciousness, raw food diet, global shift of awareness and self-transformation? "The Spirit of Transition" http://rawsomehealthy.com/the-spirit-of-transition/ Wishing you abundant health, Paul and Yulia Tarbath
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Ignite Ithaca - "Breastfeeding Means Business"
 
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Phoebe has researched modern parenting principles extensively, and is a big believer in "attachment parenting," unschooling, cloth diapering, extended breastfeeding, keeping male children "intact," etc. Her own children have benefited greatly from these approaches and are excelling both in physical and mental development. Presenter Links: http://www.facebook.com/BreastfeedingMeansBusiness http://twitter.com/BreastfeedingMB
Views: 466 IthacaIgnite
Making A Difference: Maternity Care Coalition's North Philadelphia Breastfeeding Friendly Program
 
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This year we launched the North Philadelphia Breastfeeding Friendly Program at our North Central MOMobile. The goal of this program is to increase breastfeeding rates in that community and provide low-income women with the same resources that women of means have. Funded by the W.G. Kellogg Foundation, we believe that a mother's breast milk is the optimal first food to give children the breast start to a lifetime of good health.
Jehovah's Witness Mothers who Breastfeed are breaking the Watchtower's blood Rules
 
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Jehovah's Witness Mothers who Breastfeed are breaking the Watchtower's blood Rules
Paced Bottle Feeding
 
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Clare and Bessie demonstrate some of the principles of paced bottle feeding.
Breastfeeding - how men can help!
 
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My submission for the Communications Assignment for the Social Marketing module of University of Stirling's MBA in Social Marketing & Behaviour Change. All rights reserved - thanks to the internet for all the images used throughout. Apologies for anyone not credited properly. To help understand the purpose of this assignment, here is the task as set out: SMTP04 2012/3 Social Marketing Module: Communication Assignment Prepare and record a presentation which describes and discusses the occurrence of an undesired behaviour, suggests how behaviours may be modified and provides supporting rationale for the recommendations. The presentation should be aimed at defined audience (s) and content adapted accordingly but based on recognised conceptual principles. A maximum 500 word background briefing should be provided to explain your underlying rationale and aims and how this fits with your chosen communication medium and/or methods. The module offers the opportunity to explore and develop a wide range of communication skills and techniques. Any and all presentation modes can be effective if matched appropriately to the nature of the content, so do consider simple as well as technically more complex platforms and formats. Assessment will be equally weighted against the following criteria –  credibility of content;  creativity of presentation;  capacity to engage with target audience. Time and Word Limit: 5 minutes + 500 word background information
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Child Led Weaning for the Child's Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellbeing
 
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http://superhealthychildren.com/products Karen Ranzi speaks with Summer about attachment parenting and child-led weaning. Summer stays with her daughter Kaya and remains present for her through longterm breastfeeding, co-sleeping, and holding as Kaya grows. Description of the benefits and principles of Attachment Parenting are laid down in Karen Ranzi's book "Creating Healthy Children: Through Attachment Parenting and Raw Foods." Website: http://SuperHealthyChildren.com Youtube: www.youtube.com/superhealthychildren Facebook: www.facebook.com/CreatingHealthyChildren Twitter: www.twitter.com/karenranzi
Views: 4763 SuperHealthyChildren
Medication use in pregnancy  - The use of psychotropic medications in a breastfeeding woman Livewire
 
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Medication use in pregnancy - The use of psychotropic medications in a breastfeeding woman. Presented by Dr Treasure McGuire and Dr Wendy Burton. Produced by Livewire Productions.
Views: 18 Brisbane South PHN
The Duggars News -  Joy-Anna Duggar Is Still Breastfeeding
 
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.Fear not, parenting police! Joy-Anna Duggar took to the comments section on her joint Instagram account to set the record straight. The Counting On star revealed she's still breastfeeding her six-month-old son, Gideon — whom she shares with her husband, Austin Forsyth — despite prior speculation that she wasn't. One polite fan wrote, "The life of a stay-at-home mama. I make a to-do list for the week so every day I know what I need to do. Does Gideon take a bottle now or do you still nurse? Was just curious!" For copyright matters relating to our channel please contact us directly at: [email protected] If there is any breach of the principles of Community, law on copyright then we will delete video immediately. Our Social Media: Twitter: https://goo.gl/6csyaj Facebook: https://goo.gl/Ji7CDY Instagram: https://goo.gl/7UZAnG
Views: 766 TheFame
Laura Hernandez, PhD - Feedback inhibitor of Lactation and Regulation of Milk Secretion
 
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At our Art and Science of Breastfeeding Conference Dr. Hernandez reviewed research on milk production in rats, cows, and marsupials and explained how this relates to our understanding of human milk production. This talk provided us with the science underlying our understanding of the interplay of hormonal influences and the active role of the mammary gland itself. It was new information with important implications, presented very effectively. https://themilkmob.org/the-milk-mob-art-and-science-conference/
Views: 462 The Milk Mob
Undocumented Immigrant Says Infant Taken From Her While Breastfeeding at Border | by Elle Fashion
 
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► Undocumented Immigrant Says Infant Taken From Her While Breastfeeding at Border | by Elle Fashion. ► Getty ImagesJohn Moore A mother of an infant, detained at the border for entering the U.S. illegally... ► SUBSCRIBE 4 More ....... : https://goo.gl/7BeyGH ► Facebook Fanpage ........: https://goo.gl/oxA42Q ► Twitter ................................: https://goo.gl/aq3hHK ► Google plus ......................: https://goo.gl/yyXg3J ► Photo & Content Source : http://www.elle.com//culture/career-politics/a21349311/undocumented-immigrant-breastfeeding-detained-border/========================================= ► Elle Fashion Channel ELLE participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means ELLE gets paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. ► Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www..com/yt/copyright/). ► With the above criteria, if there is any breach of the principles of Community, law on copyright then please comment on the video
Views: 44 Elle Fashion
Health Benefits of Breastfeeding
 
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The Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik chats about attachment parenting with OnCloudMom
 
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Mayim Bialik chats with OnCloudMom, a Lansinoh-sponsored blog, about attachment parenting, breastfeeding, and gentle discipline. Mayim Bialik acted as a teen in the 90's TV show Blossom, and currently acts as Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on The Big Bang Theory. She recently wrote a book about attachment parenting and breastfeeding titled "Beyond the Sling." OnCloudMom blogger Caitlin chatted with Mayim about her decision to write a parenting book, the principles of attachment parenting, how parents can incorporate attachment parenting into their everyday lives, and more. Mayim is more than just a Hollywood star -- she also earned her Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA studying hormones and bonding. So she knows a thing or two about how breastfeeding and attachment parenting benefit children from a medical perspective.
Views: 7217 OnCloudMom
India Women Affairs Minister at WBC 2012
 
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The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, and the Ministry of Women and Child Development of the Government of India featured prominently during the inaugural and closing sessions of the World Breastfeeding Conference 2012 in New Delhi. Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit told participants that the conference took a souvenir to India, which marked the significant event. The International Code of 1981 is absolutely vital but it is not enough, and governments must also ensure that the employers facilitate breastfeeding, by having childcare facilities in the work place. Maternity leaves allow women not to have to choose between remaining in employment and providing adequate breastfeeding to the child, it was emphasized. This is also true for public work programmes because the important part of social protection measures is often forgotten in the developing countries. It was made known that on the 26th May 2012 at the WHA, Member States committed to tackle global nutrition challenges. The six nutrition targets agreed on include reduction of childhood stunting by 40%, reduction of anemia in women of reproductive age by 50%, reduction of Low Birth Weight by 30%, 0% increase in childhood overweight, increase exclusive breastfeeding rates in the first 6 months up to 50% and reduction and maintaining childhood wasting to less than 5% The actions recommended include: ACTION 1: To create a supportive environment for the implementation of comprehensive food and nutrition policies ACTION 2: To include all required effective health interventions with an impact on nutrition in plans for scaling up ACTION 3: To stimulate the implementation of non health interventions with an impact on nutrition ACTION 4: To provide adequate human and financial resources for the implementation of health interventions with an impact on nutrition ACTION 5: To monitor and evaluate the implementation of policies and programmes The factors for successful breastfeeding promotion include: 1. implementation of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes 2. Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) 3. Advocacy, training and education of health professionals 4. Community-based promotion and support 5. Maternity legislation and workplace support Participants at the World Breastfeeding Conference in New Delhi, India were reminded of the Innocenti Declaration and countries that have not already accomplished the following, should plan to: 1. a national BF coordinator and establish a multisectoral national BF committee. 2. Ensure that every facility providing maternity services fully practice all the "Ten steps to successful BF". 3. Give effect to the principles and aim of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and subsequent relevant World Health Assembly resolutions (Code). 4. Enact imaginative legislation to protect the BF rights of working women. 5. Develop, implement, monitor and evaluate a comprehensive policy on infant and young child feeding. 6. Ensure that the health and other relevant sectors protect, promote and support EBF for six months and continued BF up to two years of age or beyond. 7. Promote timely, adequate, safe and appropriate complementary feeding with continued BF. 8. Provide guidance on feeding infants and young children in exceptionally difficult circumstances. 9. Consider new legislation or other measures to give effect to the principles and aim of the Code.
Views: 751 Camlink Douala
All Things Crunchy - Breastfeeding & Probiotics with Dr. Philip Goscienski
 
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+Mama Tribe Network presents...I'm Mj, I'm a Mama & I'm crunchy! I'm going to talk with retired Pediatrician Dr.+Philip Goscienski, who has experienced 60+ years of medicine and is very passionate about the subject of breastfeeding. Watch/listen to us LIVE 6/5/15 @ 8pm for more info on this subject. Check out ALL of the All Things Crunchy SHOWS here -  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvxxqBZi7blPYd6gEw9t6t9dJp00d_1cd
Views: 163 Mj Fisher
Positioning your baby for a breast feed
 
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Lis Osborne, our infant feeding coordinator talks you through the CHIN principles and how this helps you effectively position your baby for a breastfeed.
Views: 227 Airedale Midwives
Eye on Health: Milk Bank
 
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