Let it Flow: Meditation CD Increases Mothers Breastfeeding Success
(PRWEB) June 20, 2004
Breastfeeding mothers who are worried about producing enough milk for their babies will now be able to relax and increase their flow of breast milk, thanks to Sheri Menellis new Breastfeeding Meditation CD.
New mothers often stop nursing because theyre concerned that their babies might not be getting enough milk. Anxiety, fatigue and stress also tend to inhibit milk production. Pumping milk is especially stressful for mothers who give birth prematurely and must pump their milk during their babies long hospital stays.
Sheri Menelli, a certified hypnotherapist in Carlsbad, California, developed her Breastfeeding Meditation CD after working with several clients who were having trouble producing enough milk due to stress. My mission is to help as many lactating mothers and their babies as I can, Menelli says. Her CD provides affirmations and guided meditations that help nursing mothers lower their stress levels, produce more breast milk, and bond with their babies. It is so relaxing that it comes with a warning that listeners should not listen to this CD while driving.
The Breastfeeding Meditation CD is being used around the country to help mothers of premature infants increase their milk flow by as much as 300%. It is also beneficial for employed mothers. Moms who must rely on pumping milk because they are working find that the pumps just arent as efficient as the baby at releasing that milk. The visualizations in this CD have proven to be very powerful for those moms, says Menelli.
Breastfeeding Meditation has been endorsed by numerous lactation specialists, nurses, and nursing mothers. I will recommend this CD to ALL my clients, says Marsha Perryman, lactation consultant and NICU staff nurse at St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates, IL In the fast-paced world we live in, it is no wonder that mothers find it difficult to relax and enjoy the breastfeeding experience.
Breastfeeding Meditation not only helps mothers to relax but also encourages good health practices and attitudes.