Breastfeeding slides

Breastfeeding. Presentation aim. Definition. Anatomy of breast. Physiology of breast. Breastfeeding problems. Benefits of breastfeeding for the mother. Benefits breastfeeding for baby. Many regions have made gains in exclusive breastfeeding. Positioning of breastfeeding. Conclusions. Sources.

To present what breastfeeding is, the problems that arise during breastfeeding and what benefits it brings for mother and child.

Presentation objectives: Anatomy and physiology of breast; Breastfeeding problems; Benefits of breastfeeding for the mother and for baby; Positioning of breastfeeding.

Breastfeeding is the feeding of an infant or young child with breast milk directly from female human breasts (i.e., via lactation) not from a baby bottle or other container.

How the body responds to baby's suckling: Infant suckling stimulates the nerve endings in the nipple and areola, which signal the pituitary gland in the brain to release two hormones, prolactin and oxytocin.

How Breast Responds to Baby's Suckling: Prolactin causes alveoli to take nutrients (proteins, sugars) from the blood supply and turn them into breast milk. Oxytocin causes the cells around the alveoli to contract and eject milk down the milk ducts.

Let-down is experienced in numerous ways including: The infant begins to actively suck and swallow. Milk may drip from the opposite breast. The mother may feel a tingling or a full sensation (after the first week of nursing) in breasts or uterine cramping. May feel thirsty.

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  • Breastfeeding slides
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Breastfeeding slides. (August 26, 2020). Reviewed on 08:57, October 17 2021