Breast feeding


Q.24. How is breast feeding useful for both child and mother?

Ans. Breast feeding or lactation is the supplying of nutrition by the mother in the form of her milk to the baby during infancy and early childhood. The new born baby should be breast fed about half an hour after delivery and breast milk should be the first thing to be provided to a neonate by the mother. The thick yellow pale mile secreted for the few first days is called colostrum. Colostrum should essentially be fed to the neonate as it is rich in gamma globulins, immunoglobulins, proteins and vitamins and it increases the resistance power complex of the baby.
The infant should preferably be given exclusive breast milk for the first three or four months of life provided the mother is able to produce good quantity of milk. Breast feeding is very essential for at least first six months whose number should be six to ten times a day. The mother should provide her milk for one year and preferably for two years or even more. Breast milk provides the infant with the right type of naturally proportionate composition of nutrition that is required for proper physical and mental development of a human child. Breast feeding ensures establishment of lactation by milk ejection or let down reflex because of suckling reflex and a close bond between the mother and baby. human sex  milk increases the natural immunity and has anti infective and anti allergic properties. It is clean pure and easily digestable. It inhibits the growth of E.coli bacteria causing gastro-enteritis. It protects the neonate from developing various diseases in later life like ulcerative colitis. Breast feeding ensures proper physical, psychological and psycho sexual development of both the infant and mother. The mother is physically relaxed as outlet of milk is done in a most natural way. It reduces excessive fat deposition during pregnancy. It ensures early return of uterus and other sex organs to normal size. Lactation delays ovulation and new pregnancy resulting in lactational amenorrhea for about six months. It regulates her physiology in a regulated manner.


Sexual desire and emotions labour


Q.25. What is sexual desire? What are sexual emotions?

Ans. Sexual desire is the psychological craving for the sexual act under neuro-hormonal influences. Sexual desire originates from the bare instinct of perpetuation of progeny though directly it is for the enjoyment of sexual pleasure.
Sex emotions are the psycho-physiological sexual disorders instincts related to sexual behaviour. It includes sexual desire, sincere love for the sex partner and sacrificing care for the young progeny. Emotions are meant for sexual love and rearing of children.


Necessity of reproduction


Q.26. Is reproduction necessary for the fulfillment of human personality?

Ans. Yes, because reproduction is the basic aim of life. It completes a person particularly a woman. Sexual act by both the genders, pregnancy and breast feeding by the woman fulfil the personality. Reproduction is the basis of sex and love marriage with the later being the cultural outlet of the former. Reproduction ensures the transmission of the self in the progeny. Reproduction is the most divine and sacred duty of all living beings to keep the life going. Those who cannot or do not reproduce for any reason try to excel in some other field for the fulfillment of the vacuum in their personality.