Breastfeeding Women Have Lower Risk of Heart Attack

Breastfeeding Women Have Lower Risk of Heart Attack

Breastfeeding Women Have Lower Risk of Heart Attack: The newborn baby needs much amount of nutrients and should be taken care. So, it is essential to feed a newborn baby with the mothers’ own breast milk,

However, it is good for the mother too and lowers the risk of the heart attack. The study found in the American heart association found that mothers who breastfeed their babies have a 10 percent low risk of heart attack. Breastfeeding contains a variety of nutrients and essential for the newborn baby’s well being.

Mother’s metabolism recovers faster after pregnancy by feeding their babies with breast milk. Breastfeeding leads to burn calories faster of a mother, and quickly losing the weight of pregnancy period.

Pregnancy changes a women’s body and metabolism, the body stores much amount of fat to provide energy to a newborn baby. Sometimes, a newborn baby suffers from diseases after some months of living, breastfeeding eliminates all of the diseases and helps in the growth of the baby.

Benefits And Composition

The Milk produced in the breast of the mother is only triggered by the oxytocin hormone from milk canals to milk pods and then enters the baby’s mouth. The milk contains carbohydrates, lipids, and protein essential for the development of a child.

The colostrum or the thick yellow milk which is rich in the gastrointestinal tract and IgA which gives the baby the immunity to fight the diseases like jaundice until he/she builds its own immunity power.

Babies who are breastfed for the first six months doesn’t have any kind of diseases like ear infections, illness, and diarrhea. Breastfeeding is the best way to cut off the unnecessary weight for the newbie mothers, Whereas the dieting or other exercises may not effective quickly.

If Not Produced Enough Milk

There can be many reasons for less production of the milk from the breast of a mother.

  • The improper suction of the milk by the newborn.
  • Illness.
  • Dehydration
  • Certain Medication may also restrict the production.
  • Postpartum hypopituitarism

The more you nurse or pump the more milk is produced. So, do not keep a schedule to feed the baby. Whenever the baby wants to nurse you must feed him/her which in turn is beneficial for your and the fetus’s health. Pump the milk out even if the baby’s not feeding. It will also help in not forming Abscess or breast infection in the breast.

There are also several benefits for the breastfeeding mothers such as lowers the risk of heart attack, lower cholesterol, glucose levels after pregnancy, weight loss and blood pressure etc.

Zhengming Chen, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Oxford. Said that ” The findings should encourage more widespread breastfeeding for the benefit of the mother as well as the child.

In a recent news shows a woman having a motherhood feeling towards a child she hasn’t given birth to. A Bangluru female cop Breastfeed an abandoned child and saved his life who was fighting for his life.


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