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Why New Mothers and New Born Babies Need a Care Assistants

Sarah Walker once said that becoming a mother is like discovering the existence of a strange new room in the house where you already live. Walker’s description is more precise than the shorthand most people use for life with a newborn: Everything changes.

Because a lot of things do change, of course, but for new mothers, some of the starkest differences are also the most intimate ones—the emotional changes. Which, it turns out, are also largely since every in a mom’s life changes, mother needs to spend more time bonding with the baby to feel the emotional change and gap.

Related: New Mothers Care Services Launched

Also With a new baby in a mother’s life, sleep deprivation hits a whole new level. At times, it feels more like sleep torture than a simple lack of sleep. With a baby, fewer hours are spent sleeping, and the sleep you do get is frequently broken, which can be the most frustrating and torturous part of all. Being sleep deprived can put anyone at risk for a range of physical and emotional problems, some of them serious. Since sleep deprivation goes hand in hand with early parenthood, who is helping new mothers to get the well-deserved rest that they need? And why is that even important – after all, so many mothers around the world get by on very little sleep every single day.

Sleep experts recommend around 7-9 hours of sleep each night for optimal performance, health and safety. Without adequate sleep, ‘sleep debt’ begins to accumulate, which can grow so big that it can become difficult to pay back.

With these two changes, emotional changes and sleep deprivation .here are 5 ways you can help out new mothers over take those challenges;

Run a couple of Errands.

Usually it’s really hard for new mother to run their own errands since their too weak to move yet a lot in demand, an extra help is really so important

 Make them healthy meals.

Sometimes they are too tired and exhausted to make their own food, make them healthy and soft foods sine their bodies are still weak to handle heavy foods.

Give them An Afternoon.

Come over about 2 in the afternoon. Hold the baby while they have a hot shower, put them to bed with the baby and then fold all the piles of laundry that have been dumped on the couch, beds or in the room corners. If there’s no laundry to fold yet, do some.”

Something Else they really need is to have a massage everyday give them a simple massage to help them get back in shape with an extra work out.

Don’t assume that because they are on their second (or third or fourth!) baby that they don’t need help all categorize of new mother need help over and over again.

These give them time to bond with the baby and also have enough rest as their body rejuvenates if there is an extra professional and well trained care taker to carry them out and also help out.

 Teheca provides professional and well trained care assistants that handles new mothers in a professional managerial way with the competence of confidentiality and integrity.

You can get a care assistant for a new mother by contacting us via

our email:

 visiting out our offices: along old Butabika Road After Magret grant 

Call: +256200902465, +256703468558


Why New Mothers and New Born Babies Need a Care Assistants
Why New Mothers and New Born Babies Need a Care Assistants

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