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如何增加奶量讓寶寶補夠



大家好今天要跟大家分享教妳如何增加擠奶器擠出來的奶量常常有媽媽跟我抱怨說她用擠奶器 擠出來的奶量會越來越少或是從來都不夠多所以 今天呢我們就要跟媽媽分享一下如何增加妳的擠奶器的奶量我們首先來看其實親餵的量 一定會超過擠奶器的奶量原因是因為寶寶在親餵的時候他是用他的他的舌頭跟他的上顎他是一邊的壓然後吸 壓然後吸所以他是兩個動作壓 吸 壓 吸 OK 那擠奶器呢它只能做到一個動作就是它只有 吸 吸 吸擠奶器它的喇叭嘴旁邊是硬的所以它沒有辦法做到擠壓的動作它只能吸吸吸那我們手擠 剛好是另外一個我們手擠是只能壓壓壓所以 只有寶寶的嘴巴是最厲害的因此 擠奶器通常擠出來的奶會比較少然後呢但是這不代表妳就不能擠奶喔還是可以擠奶喔所以今天就是要跟大家分享8招我們要教妳如何跟妳的擠奶器培養感情 掌握訣竅然後提高擠奶的效率跟奶量 OK 好首先 第一招 就是妳一定要選擇到一個正確的然後有效的擠奶器擠奶器的品牌很多 那有很多因素媽媽會考慮選擇不同的牌子那個我就不多說今天不多說 今天只要給妳一個底線 就是最重要最重要最重要最重要不管妳什麼牌子 最重要拜託妳 選擇雙邊電動擠奶器 擠奶器有很多嘛有些是手動的有些是電動的但是單邊的 然後有一些是雙邊的其它fancy(豪華)的功能我都不談 就講最基本的 就是一定要是電動然後雙邊的擠奶器而且妳擠奶的時候 一定要同時進行原因就是因為奶陣在來的時候 就是寶寶刺激刺激就會出現奶陣奶陣在來的時候 是左邊右邊一起所以如果 妳刺激刺激一分鐘左右奶陣出來了妳先擠右邊妳左邊的奶陣不就浪費了嗎然後等到妳這邊妳擠完之後之後妳轉過來再擠右邊(應為左邊)的時候然後妳剛剛妳這邊刺激出奶陣同時另外一邊出來的時候 妳也沒接到那這樣不是花了兩倍的時間然後沒有什麼效率所以 最重要的第一件事情第一招 就是一定要選到一個雙邊電動的擠奶器好 那選到雙邊電動吸奶器之後呢就進我們的第二招 就是要學會找到適合妳的擠奶的強度很多媽媽說 有啊我擠奶器都是給它開到最大 最強最厲害的那一個 可是 還是沒效首先妳很痛 第二擠奶器並不是越強越好妳要找到適合妳的強度 第四招搭拉~ 中場休息擠奶全場的長度大概是15分鐘到20分鐘左右中場休息分兩種第一個就是每兩三分鐘妳就稍微釋放負壓一次然後再來 掃風可以防止嬰兒嘔奶,亦可防脹氣。在嬰兒學懂坐穩之前,每次飲奶後都要為嬰兒掃風,直至聽到 BB 打嗝聲,才確認 BB 把飲奶時吸入的空氣吐出來。掃風的方法大致可分三種。第二個就是妳在比如說5-8分鐘 差不多妳覺得妳奶陣一陣完畢後 沒有看到奶陣的時候那就再休息一次我先講什麼叫釋放負壓有些媽媽它會發現她擠奶 擠一擠擠一擠她的乳頭越扯越長越扯越長越扯越長 越扯越長然後她就覺得很痛 OK 或是它一開始不覺得痛可是幾次下來莫名的說不上來我的乳頭就是痛那原因就是因為 妳沒有在2-3分鐘釋放負壓妳的乳頭一直被那個一直吸 一直吸 一直吸 一直吸它就好像拔罐一樣 妳的乳頭每一次就像拔罐那就會很痛很痛如果妳真的很想要增加妳擠奶的奶量的話請妳記得要 多親餵 多親餵記得我一開始講過嗎寶寶的嘴巴在吸奶的時候他是壓吸 壓吸 對不對吸奶器只能 吸吸吸吸吸手擠奶只能 壓壓壓壓壓所以無論如何無論如何 擠奶器再怎麼厲害的擠奶器醫療等級的擠奶器都比不上寶寶的親餵 來得有效的催奶跟發奶 有很多媽媽都會說我一開始奶量本來是夠的 比如說回去公司上班回去公司上班的第一週她還能夠擠出 她要的足夠多的奶可是妳就發現 第二週 第三週 每況愈下奶越來越少越來越少越來越少原因是因為 妳的泌乳素和催產素會一直不斷的下降因此如果妳在上班妳回家的時候 儘量多親餵儘量多親餵 一天也不能說反正就是儘量多親餵 掌握時間多親餵能親餵就親餵 這樣子的話呢是可以幫助妳維持妳一定的泌乳素跟催產素 激素的量然後讓妳的奶量是可以 at least(至少)維持的那當然還有別的方法這個只是講基本的 基本正常情況之下擠奶器怎麼樣提高效率還有別的方法我下次再用不同的影片跟大家分享那今天就先講到這裡了

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In a world that celebrates romance and finding The One, people can be rather rude to single people, writes James Friel.

No-one is supposed to be single.

In the course of my life, I have loved and lost and sometimes won, and always strangers have been kind. But I have, it appears, been set on a life of single blessedness.And I haven’t minded. Or rather, I realise, I haven’t minded enough. But now I kind of do. Take dinner parties. There comes a moment, and that question: “Why don’t you have a partner?”

It is usually asked by one of a couple, with always a swivel of the eye to his or her other half, so really two people are asking this question.And I struggle to answer: “I have never found the right person… I am a sad and sorry manchild… I am incapable of love… I am a deviant, and prefer giraffes.”
Any answer will fail to satisfy. The questioner expects no happy answer. I am only covering up my bone-deep, life-corroding loneliness. The questioners know this, and the insight they believe it affords comforts them. They are safe.

They look down from the high castle of coupledom, protected from such a fate. But if I were to ask: “Why have you settled for him? Why are you stuck with her? Were you so afraid of being alone?” such questions would be thought rude, intrusive.Last week a friend of mine went on a date. A foolish thing to do. The man she met had been married three times and had a child by each wife. An example of emotional continence I’m sure you’ll agree. And he asked my friend, single and childless, why she had failed at life.

It was a shortish date. Failed at life?

Single people can also feel this way about other single people, and about themselves. You see, no one is supposed to be single. If we are, we must account for our deficiencies.
A recent book claims on its cover that single people might be the most reviled sexual minority today. But it’s not just today.Take the word “spinster”. It is withering and unkind. The word, of course, is innocent, but its connotations are unhappy, dismissive and disrespectful.

keeping pilots awake for

Americans are chronically sleep-deprived. We now sleep one-fifth less than we did a century ago: the National Sleep Foundation reports that adults under 55 average just 6.7 hours of shuteye per weeknight. In part, that’s because the 9 to 5 workday has become a relic of the past for many Americans. Somehow we also need to fit in time for ourselves, or for family and friends.

So the appeal of Provigil and of similar drugs that are sure to follow is obvious. Their development will mean that we’ve entered a new world in which we may be able to realize an impossible dream (If only there were more hours in the day). But are we just trading one problem for another?

Though considered safer and less likely to be addictive than the previous generation of stimulants, Provigil can be habit-forming. And because the drug is new, there are few long-term studies on its effects.

While the FDA initially approved Provigil only for people with narcolepsy, a disease of excessive daytime sleepiness, doctors soon were prescribing it for other conditions, such as the fatigue linked to depression and multiple sclerosis. Sales have soared since its introduction. In 2000, physicians wrote 350,000 new and refill prescriptions; by last year the number had risen to 1.7 million. Military researchers have used it, too, keeping pilots awake for 40 straight hours during simulated helicopter flights.

But Provigil is just the tip of the iceberg. Dale Edgar thinks he can top it.

Edgar, a neurobiologist, spent much of his career at Stanford University’s sleep research center. He left in 2000 to co-found the biotech firm Hypnion. At Stanford, Edgar, 48, gained fame when he discovered the functional role of the clock structure in the brain that keeps us awake. Known as the suprachiasmatic nucleus, this structure rings like an alarm throughout the day, growing quietest in the predawn hours. At the same time, another system called “sleep homeostasis” tracks how long we’ve been up and makes us grow sleepy when we’ve been out of bed for too long. The balance of these two systems, Edgar realized, regulates our daily sleep-wake rhythms.