The changing cycle of baby diapers is different
How often should diapers be changed?
Diapers are convenient and easy to use, but we should also pay attention to the frequency of replacement to ensure the health of the baby. According to relevant expert research, the replacement cycle of baby diapers in different age groups is different and should be adjusted correctly. The self-renewal process of materials and energy in the baby's body is very fast, but the bladder is small, so the frequency of urination is very fast. If the diapers are not changed on time, the skin of the baby's buttocks will have moisture, the protective layer will be damaged and destroyed, and the outermost part of the epidermis will appear inflamed and other symptoms, causing diaper rash.
Babies have just come into the world, and their bladders are immature, so it is difficult to store urine for a long time, so they need to be changed more frequently. Replace it about 10 times a day, especially before and after breastfeeding, after the baby has a bowel movement, and before going to bed at night.
In infants and young children, the frequency of replacement can be reduced, once every 3 hours during the day, and once every 4-6 hours for older ones. 1-2 times at night is appropriate, as long as it does not affect the baby's sleep. Therefore, after the baby excretes, the ambient temperature rises, and if the moisture and heat cannot be released, it can cause skin problems such as prickly heat and diaper dermatitis. Therefore, parents should choose diapers with PE film as the base fabric. It has good heat sealing performance, moisture resistance, low moisture permeability, soft and comfortable, and the baby's buttocks will no longer be wet, and will be dry and comfortable.