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They don't wake up, because Mom is a kid


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At least if you do it in marts, you will not significantly influence the sleeping habits of your nursing baby, according to a new Brazilian research.

From time to time you will also hear warnings that you should not miss out on breastfeeding and breastfeeding because caffeine has a bad effect on your baby, as there are some reasons to suggest that you have a baby.

If you drink with marts, you will not significantly affect the sleeping habits of your breastfed baby

It is also a fact that, like most drugs, caffeine passes into breast milk, albeit in small quantities. Let's see how much and how!
The first important factorthat should be taken into account when calculating the safe intake of coffee or caffeine is the age of the baby. In adults, caffeine levels drop below 4.9 hours in the body, while in the newborn it takes 97.5 hours! This means that if the mother drinks coffee, for example, every day, the amount of caffeine will accumulate for such a long period of time, meaning she can reach dangerously high values. As the months go by, the half-life decreases to 14 hours at the age of 3-5 months, and then to 2.6 hours after the first half of the year.
The other important factor the amount of coffee consumed and the caffeine content. The calculations are based on the fact that an average bar contains 100-150 milligrams of caffeine, depending on the preparation method. Caution, espresso is not the "strongest"! The longer the relationship between hot water and cacao solids, the more caffeine leaches out of the coffee, and so, according to popular belief, contains either HF or Caffeine per serving of caffeine. Note that caffeine concentration in breast milk can be measured 1-2 hours after coffee intake. Depending on individual circumstances, it can be assumed that the amount of caffeine consumed by the mother is 0.06-1.5% of the amount of breast milk delivered to the breastfed infant.
And now let's see what the Brazilian researchers have come to! 885 mothers were tested for caffeine consumption during pregnancy and then during breastfeeding. In each household, we measured the caffeine content of the cooked coffee in the house, recorded the mothers' craving habits, and then compared it to the sleep patterns of the baby at three months of age. Frequent overnight awakening is considered to have occurred when the baby woke up three or more times in the 15 days preceding the completion of the application. It turned out that mothers had 20 percent of their "strong" coffee, consuming more than 300 milligrams of caffeine a day, but this group was only 14 percent more likely to have restless sleep than consuming much caffeine. The researchers concluded that there was no clear correlation between frequent waking and maternal caffeine intake, but there were some remaining concerns:
it is not clear why not all babies respond to their mother's increased caffeine intake with restless sleep. It is conceivable that these babies have become accustomed to higher doses of caffeine during pregnancy, and therefore the breast-milk transfer dose proved to be ineffective. It is also possible that the susceptibility to caffeine is also influenced by genetic factors and that, due to the lower caffeine sensitivity of the mother, the increased intake of coffee is dependent.



Comments:

  1. Abiel

    I did not understand what you have in mind?

  2. Febei

    This is a colossus)



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