Drug addiction is a hidden problem among many individuals in the society. The best thing about it is that it demonstrates itself through some apparent symptoms. Addicts sometimes find it difficult to admit that they are suffering from drug addiction and that’s where you come in. If you are suspecting that your loved one needs treatment from drug addiction, you can check these … [Read more...] about 8 Signs Your Loved One Needs Treatment for Drug Addiction
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If you're a nursing mom, eating a healthy diet is good for both you and your baby. Breastfeeding moms must eat enough food so that they can maintain their milk supply. When you eat a healthy, balanced diet, you ensure that both you and your baby get the nutrition needed. Calorie RequirementsWhen nursing, you need to consume approximately 500 more calories per day than you … [Read more...] about A Healthy Diet While Breastfeeding
Many breast-feeding moms find it helpful to freeze expressed milk for times when they are away from their babies. Because of the easy-to-prepare nature of infant formula, though, the need to freeze it does not arise very often. But what happens if you've prepared more than your baby can consume in a day? What if you've opened a can of formula but know you won't be able to use … [Read more...] about Can You Freeze Infant Formula?
“Coconut oil contains large amounts of lauric acid, a powerful anti-microbial fatty acid that protects the immune system of the fetus and newborn. Pregnant and nursing mothers should eat coconut oil to increase the quality of the womb environment and breast milk” - Dr. Claudia Pillow Have you ever noticed how much a coconut looks like a female human breast? (Insert immature … [Read more...] about Why Coconut Oil Is So Good For Pregnant & Nursing Mothers
I used to see late nights with the kids as the mental-emotional equivalent of a spike-ridden ball and chain. Walking around a dark dwelling half-lidded with the temperament of a menopausal dragon, this “ball and chain” was constantly tripping me up. While my grumpiness seemed necessary, it made the challenges of functioning with a late-night brain fog even more intense. Once I … [Read more...] about Sleepless Nights: A Mother’s Survival Guide