Nursing Your Baby Without Back and Neck Pain
Back and neck pain
Postpartum pain can be caused by various reasons and the way you breastfeed your child could be the source of it. Women are who are hunched over in an akward position while nursing could experience back, neck and even wrist pain. Here are some tips to consider;
- Sit with your back supported and upright to protect the lower back
- Pull your shoulder blades back to support your neck and upper back
- Hold the baby with flat open hands to avoid tendonitis and wrist pain
- Keep both feet supported on the floor
More tips can be found here “How to Nurse a Baby Without Back and Neck Pain“
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