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Pillow size: 30"x 24"x 8"
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Tips on Preventing & Easing New-Mom Back Pains

Posted by Jacek on 2/1/2014 to NEWBORN
After more or less nine months of pregnancy, new moms have to deal with having to carry their newborn baby for months… and even years after that. This makes them very prone to having back pains, in addition to sleepless nights, and just an overall exhausted body.
 
For those moms that want to prevent the onset of back pain or need help in treating it, here are a couple of tips you could try out:
 
- Make an effort to start exercising incrementally within a couple of weeks after your delivery. Regardless of the intensity of your workout, consistency and making a routine out of it is what’s of key importance.
- In picking up and putting down your child, bend from the knees and put your weight on your legs instead of bending from the waist and placing all the pressure on your back.
- When nursing, make sure to lie against an upright chair, bringing your baby to your breast rather than having to bend over and slump.
- Treat yourself to an intensive back massage and therapy at least once every two weeks. If you don’t have enough time or budget for it, you can just make do with a rolled-up towel or yoga mat, which you can place underneath your back and just roll back and forth over it.
- Women are very prone to bone deterioration as well as other related spinal conditions such as scoliosis. It would help you in the future if you start increasing your intake of food and supplements with high calcium content within your diet.
- Consider investing in helpful baby furniture such as the Easy Burp pillow, which you could use to burp your baby after feeding, instead of having to carry and rock them endlessly. This would also serve as a sort of training ground, so your newborn won’t get used to being carried all the time.
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Spitting up and vomiting


Spitting up and vomiting in babies
have become a huge area of parental concern.
After your baby swallows milk, it glides past the back of the throat into a muscular tube (the esophagus) and, from there, into the stomach.

Infants are especially prone to reflux because:

  • Their stomachs are quite small so they are easily distended by the milk
  • The lower esophagus valve may be immature and may not tighten up when it should
There are a few things that might help:

1. Keep your baby upright after feeding for some time

2. Elevate whole baby's body when laying down (to let gravity help out)

3. Make sure there's no pressure on the stomach


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