What parents can do in NICU for premature baby care?
Emotional tornado-Try out the emotional ventilation: Parenting a preemie brings you in a situation where your heart and mind are filled full with the emotions; you may feel like crying or sobbing on some shoulder. You may feel to express your grief and concerns to the God. All that is here is an emotional tornado which may appear sooner or later, you can convert it to a healthy expression of your emotions. Share your emotions with the care givers, nurses and doctors. Talk to your partner or friend and family members. For bottled-up emotions in such situations I would like to say, “It is better to bring them out rather than making those worse.” -Express your emotions and caring onto your baby. -Talk with the baby and shower your emotions. -Touching your baby, and holding your baby is what brings you closer and helps you show your feelings and enhances the maternal-infant bonding and intimacy. -Participate in the baby care as much as possible. Feeding your baby and changing the diapers a