Providing Support For The Challenges Women Face During Breastfeeding

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Breastfeeding: Providing Support for the Challenges Women FaceThe World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months, but globally only 38% of babies are exclusively breast fed. To help health care workers, midwives, social  workers and parents, Breast Feeding: Providing support for the challenges women face, provides a handy compendium of direct insights and practical advice.

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In this FreeBook, you’ll discover why breast feeding is so important to mother and baby, the factors that can influence a mother (including pressures from friends/family and understanding and space in the work place),advice on baby-led feeding, the implications on breast feeding for new mothers with depression and the extra support women who’ve experienced a traumatic birth might require.

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