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Buy Post Partum Ayurvedic Medicines - Feeding the baby after delivery is very important, it has lot of benefits.

A healthier baby: "The incidences of pneumonia, colds and viruses are reduced among breastfed babies. Gastrointestinal infections like diarrhea, which can be devastating, especially in developing countries, are also less common in babies getting feed from mother.

Long-term protection, too: Breastfeed your baby and you reduce his risk of developing chronic conditions, such as type I diabetes, celiac disease and Crohn's disease.

Stronger bones: Women who breastfeed have a lower risk of postmenopausal osteoporosis. "When a woman is pregnant and lactating, her body absorbs calcium much more efficiently. "So while some bones, particularly those in the spine and hips, may be a bit less dense at weaning, six months later, they are denser than before pregnancy."

Fewer problems with weight: It's more likely that neither of you will become obese if you breastfeed your baby.

A calorie incinerator: You may have heard that nursing burns up to 500 calories a day, and that is almost right. "Breast milk contains 20 calories per ounce”.

It's good for the earth: Dairy cows, which are raised in part to make infant formula, are a significant contributor to global warming. Their belching, manure and flatulence spew enormous amounts of methane, a harmful greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere.

Better healing post delivery: The oxytocin released when your baby nurses helps your uterus contract, reducing post delivery blood loss. Plus, breastfeeding will help your uterus return to its normal size more quickly, at about six weeks postpartum, compared with 10 weeks if you don't breastfeed.

Less risk of cancer: Breastfeeding can decrease your baby's risk of some childhood cancers. And you'll have a lower risk of premenopausal breast cancer and ovarian cancer, an often deadly disease that's on the rise.

A custom-made supply: Formula isn't able to change its constitution, but your breast milk morphs to meet your baby's changing needs. Colostrum, the "premilk" that comes in after you deliver is chock-full of antibodies to protect your newborn baby. It's also higher in protein and lower in sugar than 'full' milk, so even a small amount can hold off your baby's hunger .When your full milk comes in (usually three to four days after delivery), it is higher in both sugar and volume than colostrums again, just what your baby requires. He/she needs a lot of calories and frequent feedings to fuel his rapid growth. Your mature milk is designed to be digested quickly so he'll eat often.

A menstruation vacation: Breastfeeding your baby around the clock, no bottles or formula will delay ovulation, which means delayed menstruation. Breastfeeding causes the release of prolactin, which keeps estrogen and progesterone at bay so ovulation isn't triggered.

"When your prolactin levels drop, those two hormones can kick back in, which means ovulation and, hence, menstruation occurs." Even if you do breastfeed exclusively, your prolactin levels will eventually drop over the course of several months. Many moms who solely nurse will see their periods return between six and eight months after delivery.

Better friendships:"Breastfeeding helps cultivate relationships with other moms". Whether it's talking about parenting styles, nighttime feedings or engorgement, nursing allows women to forge positive postpartum relationships.