Massage recipes for constipation during breastfeeding
Breastfeeding babies often have constipation, mainly because the food is too fine and too little fiber.
Fiber is good for fecal excretion. You should let your baby eat more trace foods of cellulose, such as cabbage, corn, soybeans, apples, etc.
Parents should encourage their children to participate in more sports, increase neonatal peristalsis, and develop the habit of regular bowel movements every day.
If that doesn’t work, try a massage.
First, combine the four little fingers of the baby, measure the width of the index finger to the little finger with a ruler, and write down this number as a unit of measurement.
Then measure the massage points: the first pair: taking the navel as the base point, increase 0 to the left and right over a measurement unit.
The second pair: one measurement unit from the left and right hand from the middle of the wrist joint upwards in the direction of the extra elbow.
The third pair: Align the left and right feet to find the prosthetic replacement bone, and measure each unit upward.
Once a day, 30 minutes before or 1 hour after a meal, massage each pair of massage points clockwise with your index finger or middle finger for 20 seconds. It will take effect after 2 to 3 weeks.