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Advantages of Baby Diapers
Wearing diapers is very breathable, and save money. Why do most of mothers want to use the baby diapers? Cultivating the baby's intelligence from infancy and growing healthily has become the top desire for more and more mother. Keeping small buttock skin dry is the first step to ensure the baby’s healthy skin. Therefore, there is an increasing number of mothers to abandon the traditional diapers instead of baby diapers for use. It is an advisable choice for baby's delicate skin. The traditional diapers if used improperly, it is the most prone to diaper rash. Baby diaper rash is a common skin diseases, the main cause of it is the skin contact with urine directly. Baby’s frictions because of not comfort and not timely replacement of diapers often lead to the occurrence of diaper rash. The main method to prevent diaper rash occurred is to avoid the urine and feces contact with skin directly, the traditional diapers cannot make it. Disposable diapers that containing polymer particle uptake can absorb urine quickly and prevent leakage, separating the baby skin and urine, preventing the increase of the pH value of the skin, weakening the occurrence of diaper rash caused by stimulation of the enzyme. Disposable diapers containing polymer particle uptake with timely and efficient attraction can make small buttock skin drier, and effectively reduce the secondary infection due to pollution, and reduce the opportunities of baby’s friction because of the discomfort, so as to make the baby away from diaper rash, keep skin dry and healthy. Dry baby diapers can make the mother and baby stay overnight sleep, it is both conducive to the development of baby's brain, and make mother has enough energy to do early education and develop intelligence for baby. Increase with the baby’s age, activity, the range of activities, choosing the comfortable fitted diapers can let the baby play comfortably and explore the world freely.
5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ALWAYS USE SANITARY PADS AND NOT THE CLOTH
Menstruation seems like a nightmare which comes back every month, for 30-35 years and women try to attenuate their pain and discomfort by seeking new and better ways to deal with it.To do so, they have their own choices for menstrual management. The materials used to catch blood flow includes cloth pads, tampons, menstrual cups, and sanitary pads etc.However, in Pakistan, most of the women are not guided and educated properly about menstrual management. According to Study on Menstrual Hygiene Management in Union Council Muzaffarabad/Azad Kashmir, 2010 UNICEF, 70 % of the responses were recorded by the women who used cloth instead of sanitary pads and the reasons for such consequences includes unavailability of protective materials, unwillingness of teachers to guide regarding menstrual hygiene,lack of designated washrooms with water & disposal facilities in schools, considering menstruation as a taboo and the lack of awareness. However using cloth during your periods can easily bring you a lot of worries together with the commonly assumed benefits. Mentioned below are some of the ways that how you can facilitate yourself with the sanitary pads:
No worries about spills
No worries about cleaning and disposal
Ideal for travel
Prevents vaginal infections
So, think thrice before using the cloth, and if you are doing so, then you need to stop using it ASAP because it is highly likely that you can get infected and damage your health.
Advantages of Using Sanitary Pants
Sanitary pants are rapidly gaining popularity as one of the most preferred options for menstrual protection. They are a great alternative to both cloth sanitary pads (CSP) and menstrual cups, or can be used in combination with both to provide you with greater protection and reliability. So, why do we like them?
Reliability: Many sanitary pants offer front-to-back absorbency and the absorbent material can cover a much larger area than pads. This provides excellent reliability and a leak-free hygiene protection option.
Comfort: As the absorbent material is sewn in, you won't be adding anything to your underwear. This means there is no chance of any pads etc. slipping or moving around, and no pad build-up.
Environment: Switching to sanitary pants can save an average of 1200 disposable pads in landfill costs. As many sanitary pants offer front and back absorbency, menstrual briefs can be a reliable, leak-free option for hygiene protection.
Wide range of absorbency: sanitary pants are available in a variety of designs and absorbency capacities. At one end of the scale we have the very low absorbency Flux Undies invisible thong for the last days of your period or if you have light spotting. At the other end of the scale, the WUKA Midi Heavy Briefs can hold the equivalent of 4 tampons. It is common to use different trousers at different stages of the menstrual cycle.
Ideal for sports: sanitary pants are also popular for exercise as they can address mild incontinence. the Cheeky Mama Feeling Sporty looks like normal trousers but is extremely absorbent. the Flux Undies Invisible Cheeky is a personal favourite for exercise as it is very thin and does not have thick VPL lines.
What is a nursing pad and how do you use one?
The long and short of it is that nursing pads are little pads that are put inside your bra between your breast and the fabric. You may leak milk in between feedings, and by wearing a nursing pad, it catches your milk rather than your clothing taking the hit. There are a variety of nursing pads available, and we will break them down for you so you can decide what kind would be best for you.
Disposable Nursing Pads: If you decide to use disposable nursing pads, they can be quick and easy to use, and you can even keep some extra in your purse if you need to change one and you are out somewhere. They come in all kinds of thicknesses, depending on your leakage needs. They are great to use when you are traveling, as you do not have to wash them and can just throw them out. There are plenty of different brands out there to discover, so you may want to try a few to see which one you like the best.
Homemade Nursing Pads: You can also make your very own nursing pads from home. If you know how to sew, you can create them. The best kind of material to use when making them is cotton, as it is soft and absorbent. The only downside to a homemade nursing pad is that they are not good for travel. They should mainly be worn at home where they can be placed in a hamper to wash when you are done with them. When compared to disposable nursing pads, homemade ones seem to be more breathable, giving your breasts more air circulation. Plus, they are eco-friendly as well.
Reusable Nursing Pads: You will likely be able to find these in any maternity or baby store. They, too, are eco-friendly. But you will have to purchase a few different pairs because you are going to have to rotate them out. Around six to nine pairs have been found to be a good number of nursing pads to keep around. They are also a cost-effective option if you are looking for inexpensive nursing pads.
No matter which style of nursing pad you choose, they’ll all soak up any wetness from leaking milk. But always remember that if you feel the pad getting wet, it’s time to change it in order to make sure that there is not any kind of bacterial growth that can create irritated nipples. Nursing pads are practically essential in every mom’s purse or diaper bag. They are great for keeping the milk from staining your clothes, and they’re a wonderful tool to have in your new mom arsenal.
How to use a menstrual cup
A menstrual cup is a silicone rubber cup that you insert in your vagina during menstruation as a natural alternative to tampons or pads. Another one of the benefits of menstrual cups is that it has a wonderful effect on the environment and is zero waste. While using pads and tampons there is so much material that you waste. Think about it, you buy a cardboard box of tampons or pads, then you need to take it out of the wrapping, then when you are done using the tampon or pad you wrap that in toilet paper and all of that goes into the trash can. And this is how you can use it:
1. Sterilize the cup by boiling in water for 3-5 minutes making sure it doesn’t touch the bottom of the pan. Additionally, wash your hands.
2. Learn where your cervix is and how high it is in your vagina. This is so that you know where to position the cup.
3. Once you know where the cup should go, it is time to insert it. First, you need to fold in the sides of the cup to make it more narrow. There are multiple ways to fold it so find a way that works best for you.
4. Insert the cup and make sure it opens up inside you. If it doesn’t open, you can use your finger to twist the bottom of the cup, or you can take it out and reinstall it.
5. Menstrual cups can be left in for 12 hours, but depending on your flow you can take it out before that. To take it out, wash your hands first and then gently wiggle on the bottom tab of the cup until you can grasp the base of the cup.
6. Dump the contents into the toilet, rinse the cup with just water and reinsert. If your cycle is over then you can just wash and resterilize and store it in its respective bag.