The hot summer is still "covering" the confinement, do you?

time:2022-12-02 14:23:52source:monlittlebaby.com author:Baby care
The hot summer is still "covering" the confinement, do you?

Yeah yeah yeah...I'm burning up other people's summer watermelon, milk tea, ice cream plus air conditioning! However, my summer one "cover" word sums it all up! I also want to drink milk tea, blow the air conditioner, wash my hair and take a bath. Do you want to "cover" the confinement in summer? don't want. After giving birth, some new mothers close doors and windows or cover their heads, which actually seriously hinders the release of body temperature and easily leads to heat stroke. Because the indoor temperature is very high in summer, if you cover it again, the heat inside the human body cannot be eliminated, and maternal heatstroke is not conducive to postpartum recovery. It's too hot in summer and I want to drink milk tea! not recommend. Milk tea contains caffeine, which has a stimulating effect, which is not only unfavorable for mothers to rest, but may also affect the health of babies through milk. If you have poor appetite, you can eat some fruits in moderation. Fruits are rich in vitamins and minerals, which are very helpful for mothers to recover after childbirth. But pay attention to the fruit taken out of the refrigerator, be sure to put it at room temperature before eating. Can't shower after giving birth? Can. Generally, you can take a bath in warm water at 28-30°C 3-7 days after giving birth. Not washing your hair or taking a bath for a month in a hot summer is not only unsanitary, but also may cause skin inflammation, prickly heat, and even infection of the perineal wound. Be sure to bathe in lukewarm water, dry completely immediately after washing, and don't let the skin carry moisture, so as not to catch a cold. In addition, mothers who have a caesarean section can take a bath after 2 weeks, depending on the unpaid condition of the wound. Can't blow air conditioner in summer? Can. Confinement in summer should avoid the phenomenon of puerperium heatstroke caused by excessive indoor temperature. If the indoor temperature is too high, fans and air conditioners should be used appropriately. Fans can be blowing against the wall to keep the air circulating in the room, or the air conditioner can be adjusted to a lower temperature than normal. Be careful not to blow directly at the mother to avoid getting cold. Can't move around after giving birth? Can. The elderly feel that confinement should avoid moving around, and it is best to lie in bed. This is not conducive to the mother's physical recovery. Maternal childbirth consumes a lot of physical strength and does need rest, but long-term bed rest is not conducive to the discharge of lochia, and it is easy to cause venous thrombosis of the lower extremities. Get out of bed and move around properly every day as your body allows. Remember, avoid strenuous exercise!
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