The World Health Organisation recommends exclusive breastfeeding during the first 6 months of life and continued breastfeeding for as long as possible. As babies grow at different paces, health professionals should advise the mother on the appropriate time when her baby should start receiving complementary foods.
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It’s common to feel stressed at certain points of your pregnancy. After all, you probably have a lot on your mind. Your first big step, is to accept that there are changes you will face in your journey of motherhood. Then, speak to experienced mothers and new mothers alike. You’ll find that you aren’t alone. With a support group, you can discuss any issues you have or get tips for pregnancy. More importantly, make yourself feel good. Splurge on yourself every once in a while. Small breaks will definitely help you reduce your stress levels. Explore the different ways you can manage your stress.
Your child should have a balance of macronutrients and micronutrients from a variety of foods. Macronutrients are nutrients required in big quantities for our bodies, like carbohydrates, protein and fats. These nutrients are essential to provide energy and support the growth and development of your child. Micronutrients are the vitamins and minerals that we all require in trace quantities to further support the overall growth and development as well as your child’s future physical health. Iron is one such micronutrient, which supports your child’s growing potential. Learn more about macronutrients here or micronutrients here.
Some major signs of iron deficiency don’t appear until iron deficiency anaemia occurs. However, if your child’s iron levels become lower, your child may have symptoms including tiredness, shortness of breath, dizziness, headache, coldness in hands and feet or pale skin. If you suspect your child is developing iron deficiency anaemia, you should consult your healthcare professional. For some tips on how to detect iron deficiency anaemia, click here.
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