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Is your blood pressure high? Breast-Tass!

Is your blood pressure high? Breast-Tass!


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According to the latest research, besides many other benefits of exclusive breastfeeding, it also reduces the blood pressure of the mother. What's the secret?


The beneficial effects of breast milk on children are now well known, and some studies have shown that breastfeeding women are less exposed to the risks of high cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease. According to a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, these mothers may also have lower blood pressure.
Breastfeeding reduces the incidence and severity of diarrhea and inflammation in infants, as well as its long-term health effects. The megfelelхen hosszъ while breastfed children kцrйben felnхttkйnt ritkбbbak the szнv- йs йrrendszeri betegsйgek the diabйtesz йs the elhнzбs.Az Egйszsйgьgyi Vilбgszervezet ezйrt ajбnlja it to age 6 hуnapos kizбrуlag tбplбljuk gyermekьnket milk, then continue szoptatбst by the szilбrd йtel bevezetйse age or kйtйves since then.
Research by University of North Carolina professor Dr Alison M. Stuebe has now looked at the relationship between breastfeeding and maternal blood pressure. A total of 56,000 women were enrolled, with 8900 having high blood pressure. Experts have found that those who have not breastfeeded at all are 22 percent more likely to have the problem than those who have breastfed infants for at least six months.
Although this result does not prove to be a direct correlation between two things, animal studies have shown that the hormone oxytocin, which plays a role in breastfeeding (more specifically, in the milk-producing reflex).

Breastfeeding With High Blood Pressure?


It may also play a role in the result of the prolactin hormone, which has a calming, calming effect and promotes relaxation.
For the sake of the mother and the baby, researchers recommend that you encourage and facilitate breastfeeding everywhere. It would be advantageous to have breastfeeding advice available to anyone in your country. Professionals can also be found on the Internet.
Useful articles in this topic:
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  • What you should know about breastfeeding nutrition
  • How long to breastfeed?


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