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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.5.NQ22230

Impact of Education, Socioeconomic Status and Employment on Breast Feeding duration among Nursing Mothers

Rachana Dutt, Payal Mahajan

Abstract

Breastfeeding provides a number of benefits for both newborns and mothers. In any event, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, the occurrence of breast-feeding care has declined sharply. From the mother, bosom milk provides abundant and efficiently swallowed healthy components, cell reinforcements, chemicals, insusceptible characteristics, and living antibodies. Breastfeeding provides a number of advantages for both newborns and moms. Despite significant evidence to the contrary, breast-prevalence feeding's has remained low across the world. The goal of this study was to see how a mother's education affected her children, socioeconomic position, and employment on the length of time she breastfed her child. The current study was conducted in Delhi to determine the impact of a mother's education, employment, and socioeconomic level Breast-feeding duration in urban and rural nursing moms. A total of 200 breastfeeding mothers from the city and 200 lactating mothers from the countryside were considered for the study. A purposeful random inspection of data technique is used and collected directly from mothers occupying a tailored survey to assess the impact of the mother's education, employment, and socioeconomic level on the length of breast feeding. Following the data collection, the data will be properly categorized and organized under numerous headings. Information and attitude were used to code. Following that, the content and quantifiable research was completed using percentages.

Keywords

Breast Feeding, Newborns, Employment, Pregnancy, Lactation

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