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Tips to Regain Strength After Childbirth

Tips to Regain Strength After Childbirth

CLEARinse Blog, Health Family
The days following childbirth are a special time for a new mom. As her body recovers she gets to know her tiny infant, and during these first few weeks, caring for the newest and most vulnerable family member will be her main priority. Once she is ready to return to her job, she will need to have all the help she can get to keep her mind focused and body energized. Here are tips for gaining strength and getting back into the workforce following the birth of a child. Give Yourself Time Though a woman's body is designed to nurture an unborn child and ultimately give birth to that child, childbirth still takes its toll on the body. It's okay to take your time and ease back into your regular…
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5 Ways Sleep-Deprived Parents Can Get More Sleep

5 Ways Sleep-Deprived Parents Can Get More Sleep

CLEARinse Blog, Health Family
Significant life changes and stresses are direct triggers for insomnia or sleeping problems. No wonder the newborn days become challenging for moms when it comes to battling for a few hours of needed rest. Recent research has revealed that new parents will get just four hours and 44 minutes of sleep on an average night during their newborn’s first year on earth. To put this into perspective, during the first year of a child’s life, parents sleep 59 percent less than the recommended eight hours a night, which equates to losing 50 nights of sleep over the year! If you’re a new parent struggling to get enough sleep, here are some tips to help you catch some blissful zzz’s. Why new moms have so much trouble sleeping Both moms and…
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How to Keep Your Child Hydrated and Prevent Dehydration

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There are numerous misconceptions surrounding Dehydration. Most people think Dehydration mainly affects athletes due to their constant depletion of fluids. But, this isn’t true, Dehydration affects everyone and babies are in fact at a higher risk than adults. A baby can’t store a lot of fluid, and babies can get dehydrated very fast. Fortunately, there are many ways of keeping your babies hydrated to avoid Dehydration – check out the following tips. 1. Adequate feeding  Feeding is an excellent way of bonding with your child. Babies get all the necessary fluids from food, and keeping your babies hydrated starts with proper nutrition. Give foods with high water content, and breast or bottle-feed your baby as advised.  Contact the doctor immediately if your dehydrated baby won’t drink. Give ORS (Oral Rehydration Solution) if…
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How and When to Introduce Your Baby to the Water

CLEARinse Blog, Kids Tips
Written by Mia Morales Learning how to swim is an important life skill that everyone should try to have at some point. The earlier a person learns how to swim, the better. Swimming is much like riding a bike, once you learn how it's not likely you'll forget. The questions still remain, how and when to introduce your baby to the water? Below is some of the best information on getting your baby used to the water and teaching him or her how to swim, float, and play in a pool or at the beach. When to Introduce Your Baby to the Water The earliest a baby can learn to "swim" is about six months old. Before this point, it's generally not a good idea to put a baby in…
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7 Great Tips to Wipe Away Your Stress & Bring Inner Peace during Pregnancy

CLEARinse Blog, Kids Tips
Written By Emila Bell  An average person thinks a pregnant woman is cranky and irritable. Many a time, the change in behavior seen in the pregnant woman is due to the stress of carrying another developing human.  Sometimes, anxiety and irritability cannot be escaped. It is not unusual to experience stress in pregnancy. However, it is possible to wipe away the stress and reach a level of inner peace. This article is well fortified to help you achieve that. Here are 7 Amazing Tips to help take away Your Stress and Give You Inner Peace Focus on your baby First off, you need to know that it is okay to relax when you need it. It isn’t just a good idea for you, it’s great for your baby too. A good…
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