Baby carring benefits
1.Favors the bond.
Strengthens the bond with continuous contact, since the closeness of the newborn causes the secretion of a series of hormones, such as oxytocin and prolactin. It helps against postpartum depression, since direct contact increases the level of other hormones, such as endorphins.
2. Provides security.
Provides Security, babies close to their bodies feel safer and more confident.
3. Benefits breastfeeding:
Benefits breastfeeding, carrying the baby close causes the mother to secrete oxytocin, which favors the rise of milk and a good establishment of breastfeeding.
1.They cry less
Babies who are carried are calmer and cry less.
2. They sleep better
They sleep better, it has been shown that babies who have used the kangaroo method gain weight faster and sleep better.
3.Better psychomotor development
Better psychomotor development, the constant rocking generates in children better balance and better postural control, because their body adapts to our movement
4. Colic decrease
Colic decrease, carrying the baby in an upright position greatly benefits his digestive system, which is still immature and facilitates the expulsion of gases.
It offers freedom in the day to day and in the movement of the parents, allowing them to carry out day-to-day tasks and their free time or travel and travel.
Helps the neurological maturation of children, the development of the vestibular system and of muscle tone, to regulate temperature, respiration and heart rate.
1.Psychological: Intrauterine environment
Imitates the intrauterine environment, favors the well-known extrauterine gestation period, a key transition period in the first weeks of life.
Giving babies safety and well-being .
2.Physiological: Locomotor development
The ergonomic posture favors the good locomotor development of the back and hip. It even helps to correct slight dysplasias, or developmental disorders, of the hip.
3. Emotional: Healthy attachment
Facilitates a healthy attachment pattern. It helps to establish the affective bond and a close parent-child relationship.
Less puerperal sadness, due to the oxytocin produced by being in contact with your child.