How long does the baby's breastfeeding end?
How long does the baby breastfeed? Infant breastfeeding is the best way of feeding. Generally, if there is not much breast milk or the mother is a working woman, it is best to feed the baby until the baby starts to add complementary foods at six months.
Infant’s diet is closely related to physical health. The digestive system of newborn babies is not yet perfect, so most of them use breast milk to obtain nutrition. Breast milk has a high nutrient content and has many benefits for babies. So how long does it take for a baby to breastfeed?
Breastfeeding can be stopped when the baby is 6 months to 1 year old. If the baby can not only take breast milk after 6 months, but also add complementary foods, and the condition of eating complementary foods is good, then the time of weaning can be postponed, and it is better to be able to insist on natural weaning. However, if the baby is in poor physical condition or is sick, then breastfeed the baby to over 1 year old, which is conducive to the recovery of the baby's body.
Each feeding time is about 15 to 20 minutes. If the baby is crying, it may be due to hungry, so you can feed it in advance; if the baby is asleep, you can postpone the time of feeding. The main reason is that the baby is full and comfortable. With the increase of the baby's age, the number of feedings can be gradually reduced, and the feeding can be stopped once at night.
Mothers should pay attention to maintaining a regular feeding time, and should feed a small amount of boiled water between feedings. The breastfeeding posture also needs attention. Bao mothers can sit in a semi-recumbent position or sit on a chair. Do not feed in a supine position to prevent the baby from vomiting.