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During breastfeeding, it is very important for the mother to consume sufficient fluids. But what is the amount to cover the extra need of the mother and the baby?Fluid during breastfeedingWe are well aware that it is worthwhile for the mother to continue her conscious and healthy lifestyle during breastfeeding. It is very important for the mother to breastfeed, drink enough fluid, exercise and rest during the breastfeeding period. All this is interesting not only for the health of the baby but also for the mother. During breastfeeding, the production of mother's milk increases the fluidity of the mother. Therefore, it is worth paying more attention to fluid intake, which of course does not mean that the breastfeeding mother should drink as much as the skin. One adult woman should consume at least 2 liters of fluid daily. According to the recommendation of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) a breastfeeding mother will need 7 decibels more for thisbecause the body produces more milk every day. This is, of course, not a cut-throat rule, requirements can vary, and many conditions can influence how much fluid a mother needs: metabolic differences, environmental factors, and so on. In the two liters of fluid a day, a breastfeeding mother is worth as much as the amount of thirst she dictates. Here too, the mother can rely on the signs of her body.Also, scientific evidence does not support either breastfeeding, It is not uncommon, especially during the first period, that breastfeeding is prolonged or that each other breaks even if a baby is breastfeeding, so it is practical to have a mother close by if she would thirst. There is another reason for this: the milk-producing reflex that produces secretion of the oxytocin hormone causes thirst, so it will probably thirst for the mother during breastfeeding. Therefore, it may be useful to have a glass of water before breastfeeding. Daily fluid intake also includes the liquid content of solid foods, so this may influence how much the breastfeeding mother drinks per day. About 20-30 percent of our daily fluid intake comes from solid diets, and this is what we eat into our bodies through eating. The remaining 70-80 percent is recovered by drinking some fluids, best of course, if a significant amount of it is cover with water.The liquid supply can be provided with filtered or fibrous fruit juice, fresh green juices, shakes, teas, but in the latter case take into account the possible life-threatening effect. Breastfeeding mothers should definitely avoid succinic, overly sugary foods and energy drinks. 2-3 cups a day of freshly ground espresso caffeine can be expected during breastfeeding, in terms of size, but can be consumed. The amount of tea included in your daily fluid intake. During breastfeeding, alcohol can be consumed naturally. Occasionally, a glass of wine or beer is included, but it is good to know that the level of alcohol in breast milk and blood is the same. Scientifically, he hasn't proven it the overall effect of these drinks. Milk production is enhanced by breastfeeding and breastfeeding, meaning that the more the baby suckles, the more thoroughly the breastfeed, the more and the higher the fat content of the milk. It is also believed that if the mother significantly increases her fluid intake, she will drink more milk than 3 liters a day, and the baby will have more milk. There is no such correlation, in fact, forced fluid intake can reduce the amount of milk. It is also worth paying more attention to fluid reflux, as sweating also results in faster fluid loss. The same procedure should be followed when exercising, when water loss is increased and your body may be thirsty at a slower rate. A slight form of discharge does not affect the quality of breast milk, but it can make the mother more stressful, fatigued and impatient. However, higher levels of expulsion can already affect the quality of breast milk.During breastfeeding, a varied diet, proper amount and quality of fluid intake are essential for maternal health. And if the mother is healthy and healthy, the baby can develop in a balanced way. Lecturer: dr. Orsolya Kungler-Gorabcz, Specialist in Clinical Clinical Medicine, Lactation Specialist (IBCLC).
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