For some reason, if the mother is getting milk, the baby will go hungry due to lack of milk. Being starved affects its development badly. On the occasion of World Breastfeeding Week 2022, know what home remedies can be done to increase breastfeeding.
Mumbai : Life after becoming a mother is not as easy as before. While the experience of motherhood is a beautiful feeling, it also brings with it many great responsibilities. Their biggest responsibility is child care (Child care) to take. Usually every mother makes all kinds of efforts for the better development of her child. But, sometimes her child’s growth is not as it should be. A child on breast milk (on mother’s milk) depends, so a woman should take special care of her diet. Nowadays, most women breastfeed their babies. But, they consume things that cause their bad effects (Bad results) was on health. They also affect the mother’s body and cause difficulty in the production of breast milk. If this situation worsens, the child starts starving. In such cases, a woman should consult a doctor, but home remedies can also be helpful. Learn about two solutions that may work for you.
If your baby is less than 6 months old and your milk supply is low, you should follow the advice that grandma gave you long ago. Women should eat oatmeal in this condition, as it is rich in many nutrients and vitamins apart from fiber. Wheat porridge has been considered the best in India since time immemorial and even doctors recommend its consumption. Make porridge in ghee and use dry fruits in it. Mothers who don’t like to eat sweet porridge can also make salty oatmeal porridge.
Black or white sesame seeds are considered good sources of calcium. Lactating women should include them in their diet in some way. In ancient times women were advised to eat jaggery and sesame laddus after giving birth and this practice is still followed in many parts of India. It helps in making good quantity of milk. Be sure to consult your doctor before eating sesame seeds in summer.
According to experts, the antioxidants present in Tulsi leaves can overcome the problem of lack of milk in women. If you are a new mother and your baby is hungry due to lack of milk, you should chew basil leaves daily. You can make a tea of basil leaves and drink it if you want.