Infant reflux is when a baby brings up milk during or shortly after feeding. Reflux is common in healthy infants and most of the time gets better on its own and usually it resolves by the age of 18 months.
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Baby reflux can be a truly debilitating, exhausting and confusing time, for both baby and parents.
To see your baby suffering and feel helpless to improve the situation is frustrating and upsetting for all concerned.
Reflux is common, but it is not normal, and the best approach to resolving it is to understand the underlying cause.
Baby reflux can be caused by a number of issues such as taking on air, traumatic birth, vaccinations and allergies, to name a few. The baby reflux specialist will go through a thorough history of your pregnancy, your delivery, and your infant feeding choices or techniques to deliver a unique, tailor-made solution for your baby.
Let’s not look at reflux as being something that is just a “stage” in your baby’s development. It’s not normal! Let’s give it the credit it deserves, explore all avenues, and develop successful strategies to combat the problem, and let’s restore peace and harmony to your family!
Frequently Asked Questions
Our answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding postnatal Reflexology.
Reflexology is a massage treatment and does not involve taking anything into the body that might affect your body. Your therapist will ask you a few questions about general health and the issues you want help with.
You will remove your footwear and can sit or lie down so you are comfortable. You will remove your footwear so they massage your feet and may also massage your hands and ears as well.
A postnatal reflexology session will help you to feel relaxed, restored and rejuvenated. There are a wide range of benefits that are associated with postnatal reflexology massages including:
- Emotional support, including easing anxiety and postnatal depression.
- Rebalancing the hormones, and regulating moods. When your baby is born, your hormones suddenly change leaving you and your hormones feel imbalanced.
- Helps with breast milk production, eases breast feeding discomfort & encouraging lactation.
- Relaxation and “me time”
- Helps digestive problems and constipation
- Boosts and maintain energy levels
- Helps regulate your sleep cycle
- Helps the body heal quicker by increasing blood flow.
- Assisting recovery following an epidural.
- Aiding recovery from a caesarean section.
- Helping the menstrual cycle return to normal.
- Improving insomnia and quality of sleep.
- Relieving urine retention.
- Reducing post-natal depression and anxiety.
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After an initial call to our Enquiries team, we will arrange a free ten minute “mini consultation” with a specialist. This gives you the chance to speak with a relevant practitioner about your individual needs before deciding on your care.
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