Women tit by washing her hands well

Women smokers or nonsmokers exposed to smoke are more likely to have low birth weight babies or premature babies. Babies of smoking mothers have a higher risk of getting infections and having other health problems such as:- Being born with some congenital malformations including cleft lip, cleft palate and cardiac malformations, since in the placenta of women smokers decreases dose-dependent uteroplacental flux blood flow due to the adrenergic stimulation by nicotine, in addition to the decrease in capacity of synthesis of prostaglandins.- Having nicotine withdrawal syndrome at birth (especially in women who smoke a lot): babies are born very irritable.- Die of sudden infant death (newborns of smoking mothers have DOUBLE risk of death or death in the crib).- Suffer respiratory infections (otitis, bronchitis, pneumonia),- Having to be interned.In addition, smoking mothers are less likely to start breastfeeding and more likely to breastfeed for less time than nonsmokers. · Breast milk has many benefits! It protects the baby against infections and promotes the mother-child relationship so if a mother can not stop smoking it is important that she still give her tit by washing her hands well beforehand, putting a clean cloth between her clothes and the baby and leaving spend at least 30 minutes after the last cigarette. Tobacco use during pregnancy is also associated with an increased risk of perinatal death (dead fetus and sudden infant death syndrome), less development of the lung, alteration in brain development (which would be related to an increased risk of learning and behavior in childhood and adolescence) and some congenital malformations (cleft lip and palate and defects in the heart). In the long term, there is an increased risk that children will be smokers when they reach adolescence. Children breathe faster than adults and inhale more harmful chemicals per kilogram of weight. This is why exposure to tobacco smoke in the environment is particularly harmful to them. Children exposed to smoke in their homes are at increased risk of chronic cough, decreased lung capacity, more episodes of asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia and otitis. It also increases the risk of suffering sudden infant death syndrome (the main cause of death in the first year of life) that is already increased if the mother smokes in pregnancy.- The children of smoking parents are also at higher risk of: hospitalizations due to respiratory problems, food allergies, skin problems, cavities, school absenteeism (six times more are absent from school than children of non-smokers and they go to the doctor with more often). In addition, being exposed to tobacco smoke during childhood can increase the risk of lung cancer in adulthood by 4 times and increase bladder cancer risk by almost 40%.So we recommend all women who are of fertile age, that is preparing to be a mom that do not drink alcoholic beverages, or use cigarettes to make their future children strong and healthy.