New parents get different and sometimes even contradictory advice. About feeding, about baby sleep habits and about all the other factors in their care. The following are some very simple tips for your baby to have the healthiest nutrition possible. Food & Beverage
1. If you are going to choose to breastfeed, consider taking the time you are going to breastfeed, 10 minutes at each breast per feeding time is appropriate to start, so more of that time you would be damaging your breasts and run the risk of cracking or bleeding in the nipples. If you have already damaged your nipples due to the pH or acidity of your baby's saliva, choose to use HPA lanolin or Kamillosan cream, so that you will be able to heal them and will not cause harm to the baby at the time of having contact with these cicatrizers.
2. Feed your baby in each feeding with the breast in which you finished the previous feeding, meaning that if you started with the right and finished with the left then the next int…
Worldwide, tooth decay is the tenth most common condition in "baby teeth," as it is estimated to affect more than 600 million children, despite being a preventable problem, warned Fátima Aguilar, of the National School of Higher Studies (ENES) León unit of UNAM.
The prevention of this disease, he explained, requires simple actions such as cleaning, proper use of toothpaste, toothbrush and floss, as well as adequate nutrition and observation.
In addition, he recommended eliminating habits such as the use of pacifiers or thumb sucking for prolonged periods, as they can distort the position of the teeth and the growth of the jaws, which could even affect the speech patterns of infants.
The temporary or deciduous ("baby" teeth) dentition is made up of 20 pieces (10 of each arch - lower and upper, 5 in each quadrant) starting between 6 and 12 months, and is completed approximately at the age of 3 years (36 months).