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Tips to help your premature baby to gain weight

Babies tend to gain maximum weight during the third trimester. Thus, if your baby is born prematurely, there’s a high risk that the baby would be underweight. Your baby’s birth weight is determined by how prematurely the baby is born. A premature baby’s weight is also affected by other factors such as expecting twins or …

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STANYA – Breast Milk From An Ayurvedic Point Of View

Motherhood is a lifelong commitment. It comes with its ups and downs, excitement and anxiety, pride and agony, and of course a lot of memorable firsts. A mother cannot forget the first time she held her baby against her bosom- a tiny tot wrapped in delicate covers, eagerly waiting for her doting. The first drop …

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Breastfeeding Myths: Busted by Ayurveda

Myths and taboos related to breastfeeding are pretty popular because we don’t talk about it enough. Breastfeeding is a sacred process that seals the bonding between a mother and her newborn. As the joy of motherhood trickles down her bosom, the mother unites with her infant by an inseparable invisible cord, a physical, psychological, and …

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Making it Work: Breastfeeding & Pumping at Work

Breastfeeding is a beautiful phase of the amazing journey of motherhood and every mom wants to enjoy and cherish these special moments throughout her life. Breastfeeding comes with its own share of ups and downs. After breastfeeding your baby for the first six months, the thought of going back to work and not being able …

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Nourishing my baby to “Beat Baby Blues”

Most new moms experience postpartum “baby blues” after childbirth, which commonly include mood swings, crying spells, anxiety and difficulty sleeping. Baby blues typically begin within the first two to three days after delivery, and may last for up to two weeks. Exclusive breastfeeding improves robust secretions of “happiness hormones” in a mother’s body that help fight baby …

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