The benefits of breastfeeding for the prevention of breast

Breastfeeding operations in the world have reached the highest level in 20 years,

and the proportion of breastfeeding women reached about 77% of those with infants.

New research in breast cancer has shown that breastfeeding reduces the risk of the disease by 59 percent. This is more than five years of taking tamoxifen in the same cases as women,

reducing the risk of infection by 50 percent.

Breastfeeding has many benefits:

Therefore, breastfeeding reduces the risk of infection by as much as 60%, and awareness campaigns on the importance of breastfeeding have produced impressive results.

It emphasizes the importance of breast milk and its many benefits compared to milk produced industrially, especially in its role to reduce obesity in children and promote their health and resistance to diseases.

 The researchers also observed the effect of another factor,

which is the increase in mothers’ full-time care for their babies,

and the healthy psychological and physical development that the mother maintains through her relationship with her baby.

Research has also indicated that if women are not breastfeeding,

they are at increased risk for estrogen receptors, immune system dysfunctions and exposure to infections.

The researchers also noted that women with children formed negative estrogen receptors associated with resistance to breast cancer by 33% more than never before.

The researchers conclude that the findings suggest that mothers who are not are at increased risk of estrogen receptors and negative triple breast cancer

that low rates in women may be partly responsible for the high incidence of these breast cancer subtypes.

significantly reduces the risk of ovarian cancer (also in the future). Because pregnancy is a barrier to breast cancer.

Estrogen levels decrease after a certain period of pregnancy and lactation and provide extra protection because of the disruption of the hormone in lactation.

As for postpartum recovery, breastfeeding also has benefits for the mother, such as oxytocin, which is released in large amounts during lactation,

in uterine contraction and in accelerating postpartum recovery, since nursing mothers experience a lower complication rate during the postpartum period.

Which is defined as the first six weeks of a baby’s life

Oxytocin is also known to affect the nervous system, reducing stress.

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