We need to start at the very beginning – that is, how a baby’s body changes when lying on its back. The body of a newborn and the body of an infant are significantly different.When a newborn is lying on its back its arms are spread out to the side and bent at the elbow …More
Infant development on the back. My baby is catching its feet.
Unfortunately, we can not always breastfeed our baby, sometimes it is a conscious decision of the mother, sometimes for various health reasons it is not possible. Therefore, now I will show you in which positions you can bottle-feed your baby so that it takes place in accordance with its development. Classic position Place the baby …More
I know from experience that many of you have problems with this. How do I bounce my baby without hurting him and do I always have to bounce him. When it comes to the actual bouncing the answer is DIFFICULT. There is no one right answer to this, it all depends on the baby. If …More
Pink October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Breast cancer is the most common malignant tumor in women. In Poland it accounts for about 23% of all cases and is responsible for about 14% of malignant deaths in women. Every day over 50 Polish women learn about this disease, and 15 die. Every year about 5000 women die in our country – a …More
Why lying on your stomach is so important for babies
Lying on the stomach is a very important skill in child development and a very difficult one. Not all children love this activity at the very beginning, unfortunately it takes time for them to accept this form of spending time. Lying on the stomach is very important in the development of the baby because from …More
Expanding the diet of a naturally fed baby
WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding until 6 months of age. Some infants require the introduction of complementary foods before 6 months of age, but their earlier introduction of foods may be decided by their doctor, based on their individual, specific needs. From 7 to 24 months, there is a period of gradual transition from exclusive breastfeeding …More
What sleeping position for a pregnant woman?
Sleeping during pregnancy is rest and regeneration for the mother’s body . It also has a positive effect on the development of the fetus. Taking into account pregnancy ailments such as back pain, painful calf cramps or breathing difficulties in the last trimester, finding a comfortable sleeping position can be difficult. How can we support …More
Physiotherapy after childbirth
Pregnancy and childbirth have ended – you are in the postpartum period. Your body is beginning to recover. Postpartum problems such as stress urinary incontinence, lactation problems, rectus abdominis or poor healing of a caesarean scar may occur during this time. Postpartum physiotherapy can help in such cases. It deals with pelvic floor therapy, soft …More
Nutrition for the nursing mother
The breastfeeding period is a physiological state concerning healthy women. Their diet during this time does not differ from a healthy, proper diet of a woman of the same age, with similar height, weight and physical activity. It is only necessary to take into account the increased need for protein, vitamins and microelements, as well …More
How to choose a pregnancy pillow?
A pregnancy pillow is a specially designed pillow that allows you to sleep on your side. It is recommended for women in the third trimester of pregnancy. It provides support for the whole body, which is associated with the absence of pain in the back, legs, shoulders, neck. Gives support to the abdomen. Allows you …More