International Journal of Home Science
2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 2, PART B
Knowledge and attitude of urban nursing mothers towards breast feeding
Author(s): MS Rachana Dutt and Dr. Payal Mahajan
A well-known saying "your health will depend on the type of food you eat". A solid eating regimen comprises of an even eating routine made out of exceedingly significant supplements in right extent. It forestalls lack of healthy sustenance and beginning of illnesses like weight, diabetes, heart ailments, disease and stroke to give some examples. Newborn child and little youngster taking care of practices are of prime significance to keep up the dietary status of kids between 0-24 months of age and are frequently affected by conventional practices. Baby and small kid taking care of practices, lack of healthy sustenance and kid endurance rates in the nation are interlinked. Accentuation on improving these practices is a basic advance for better advancement and well-being of children. Contamination and ailing health during the pinnacle time of advancement in the initial two years of life influence the development capability of kids. Breastfeeding is an essential human action, crucial to newborn child and maternal well-being also, of monstrous financial incentive to families and societies. To survey the healthful information and demeanor towards breast feeding among urban nursing moms, present investigation was led. The example was 200 lactating moms. Purposive Random examining strategy was utilized to gather the data. The information was gathered legitimately from moms by utilizing organized survey to evaluate the dietary information and attitude of nursing mother. After the information assortment, information will be coded efficiently and organized under various heads. Coding was done on the basis of knowledge and attitude. After this, content and statistical analysis was done using percentage.
How to cite this article:
MS Rachana Dutt, Dr. Payal Mahajan. Knowledge and attitude of urban nursing mothers towards breast feeding. Int J Home Sci 2020;6(2):57-59.