When to use disposable bottles ?
Disposable baby bottles do n’t have to be replaced once. In fact, disposable bottles are best replaced every two months.
Disposable baby bottles need to be replaced on time. The first consideration is the question of the release of bisphenol A (BPA for short). There are certain uncertainties or side effects of bisphenol A, which may be harmful to the development and endocrine of children. Studies have shown that childhood obesity is related to bisphenol A. Generally speaking, excellent plastic baby bottles will not release bisphenol A during use. For example, bottles made of PP, PPSU, PES and other materials are relatively safe. However, PC materials will release bisphenol A. Don't pick.
After a long period of frequent use, even the best materials will be lost. Milk powder will corrode the milk bottle. Repeated washing of the milk powder and high-temperature disinfection will cause the bottle wall to lose its transparency, and there will be scratches on the wall. The scale is simple and fuzzy. More importantly, the amount of bisphenol A released after wear and aging of plastic bottles will increase. Therefore, for the sake of safety, punctual replacement of plastic bottles of any material is recommended. Do not use the best one-time feeding bottle for more than 2 months. Of course, glass bottles can also be considered.
Disposable bottle manufacturers teach Baoma how to properly use bottles for feeding?
Parents should grasp the accurate method when feeding their baby with a disposable bottle: let the baby sit half in the arms of an adult, the bottle should be at a 90-degree angle with the face, do not squeeze the child's upper and lower lips with the bottle mouth, and be careful not to let Baby sleeps with an empty pacifier or contains a pacifier; the opening size of the pacifier should be appropriate, so that the milk can drip out drop by drop when the bottle is inverted, the opening is too small if the milk does not drip when inverted, such as the milk is linear The outflow is too large.
When the baby sucks the milk in the bottle, the lower jaw should perform a moderate forward movement, and cooperate with the muscles of the tongue, lips, and cheeks to end the sucking action in harmony, and the facial muscles also develop naturally and harmoniously. Suppose that improper use of the bottle will affect the development of teeth or gums, and then constitute the deformation of the jaw. First seen in the following situations:
1. The opening is too small. Because the pacifier opening is too small, the baby is struggling when sucking. It will strengthen the mandibular forward extension. After a long time, it simply forms the mandibular protrusion, and the teeth that grow back may become anti-jaw jaw, as the saying goes. ". Therefore, the opening of the pacifier can be properly expanded as the baby's age increases.
2. The opening is too large. Suppose that the pacifier is too big, and the baby will lie down and suck the milk without any effort. The movement of the lower jaw forward will not be enough, and it will cause the lower jaw to collapse overnight.
1. Feeding bottles often go up. If the bottle is often tilted upwards, the top of the bottle squeezes the upper lip and upper jaw, which will prevent the development of the upper jaw and cause the lower jaw to protrude forward, forming the anti-jaw that the upper incisor bites in the lower incisor. The severe ones have a concave face, with the lower third extending forward, forming a crescent-shaped face.
2. The bottle is often pressed down. The baby bottle is often pressed down, the mouth of the bottle squeezes the lower lip and the lower jaw, which hinders the development of the lower jaw, and causes the upper jaw to overextend, which constitutes the anterior protrusion of the upper teeth and the deformation of the open lips.
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