Relax about breastfeeding and help your baby feed well
Breastfeeding your baby is so healthy and is such an excellent start to ensuring he or she builds a good immune system. There are so many plus points for breastfeeding. But, of course, when you are the one doing it; breastfeeding can be difficult and tiring which is why having a powerful sense of the massive health benefits for your baby is going to be so valuable as a motivator. Hypnosis is an excellent tool for building positive intention and motivation.
Mind, body and milk
Your milk production and release is reliant on both physiological and psychological factors. Stress and the daily grind of looking after other children or continuing to work can effect your milk production. So how your mind is will affect how well your body works. Fortunately hypnosis is a great way of encouraging just the right breastfeeding mindset.
There are many research studies indicating that breast fed baby's are protected from a large array of childhood diseases and have better brain development. (1)
It also seems that women who breast feed are at lower risk of breast cancer, ovarian cancer and even hip fractures in later life.
So breastfeeding is a health win/win for you and your baby.
Breastfeeding and relaxation
Deep and regular relaxation means your system is going to be functioning closer to its best to ensure you are best placed to breast feed.
Keeping a positive attitude is important as is feeling calm and relaxed during feeding. It's totally understandable to sometimes have gloomy thoughts about being a mother because it is a lot of work. This is why it's important to consider that you can be an excellent loving mother and sometimes feel resentful or 'tied' to your baby.
It's important to understand just the extent that relaxation and having the right unconsciously held mind set can help in your breast feeding. Hypnosis is the perfect way for you to instill a relaxed and comfortable association with feeding your baby.
Download Breastfeeding Success now or book your in person session and help your self help your baby.
(1) Boyd C.A., Quigley M.A., Brocklehurst P (2007) Donor breast milk versus infant formula for preterm infants: systematic review and meta-analysis. Archives of Disease in Childhood; 92:F169-F175
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