Young women who return to work full-time are less likely to decide on breastfeeding than part-time work, according to a recent study."Getting a baby to work or to work part-time can help breastfeeding plans megvalуsнtбsбhoz. Not only can this increase breastfeeding rates, but also significant health benefits, "the experts said. szoptatбsnak There are well-known benefits of looking at the health of your mom and baby. The researchers took nearly 1,200 American mothers under their bites. 29 percent of the participants wishing to breastfeed for three months failed to meet this target.
Overtime is also good for breastfeedingThe mothers who returned full-time within six weeks after birth gave at least three weeks' chance of returning to the three-month target by 2.25 times less. With six to three months of work, the odds of quarterly breastfeeding were 1.82 times lower.
THE part-time work however, it did not influence the three-month breastfeeding target - read on Journal of Human Lactation címы Special issue of the 17th of July.