Breastfeeding an Adopted Baby Hypnosis Script

 By DHP Acc. Hyp.

If you are a hypnotherapist then your client already knows about all the health benefits that breast feeding has for babies, having extensively researched it. Breast milk is so good that even a small amount in addition to formula can make a tremendous difference in a baby's health.

Breast milk reduces the probability of problems such as ear infections, chronic constipation, diarrhea and different skin disorders.

Even the action of a baby suckling on its mother's warm, soft nipple has such a good soothing effect that even a dummy cannot replace.

However your client is adopting, therefore has not had the many pregnancy hormones circulating through her body, which stimulate the production of milk a few days after birth.

She can still breastfeed her adopted baby.

If she knows in advance that she is going to receive a baby in a few months time she can start pumping to promote the production of milk.

However pumps do not express from the breast in the same way that a baby does, as they don't cause the same emotional response that triggers the production of lactation hormones and just because she can only obtain a few drops from a pump, this is not an indication of how much a baby will extract. Besides which, many adoptive parents do not know in advance that they are about to receive a baby until after the birth, and they can still manage to successfully produce milk.

This hypnosis script can prepare your client for breastfeeding her adopted baby and give him or her the very best start in life.

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