I was curious to know how a recent article I wrote would come out if it were written by artificial intelligence (AI). A quick Google search revealed this AI Writer which ...
1. writes new articles based on a title …
2. rewrites a previously written article.
I had the software do both.
And in a matter of seconds, it produced a 900-word article with close to 20 references. The second article was condensed and a little difficult to understand.
While I’m super impressed with both outcomes (some cohesive sentences, quite a bit of interesting topics, and an article written at a collegiate level), I biasedly believe my article is better.
The computer-generated article didn’t answer the question. It simply regurgitated information compiled from the web.
As a breastfeeding blogger, I share aspects of the modern-day breastfeeding lifestyle that has yet to be documented online (like a breastfeeding-friendly armpit routine). So the content I am producing is uniquely original providing human value from lived experience.
This is why human bloggers are greatly needed. The web still needs fresh content from human creators detailing the human experience. I view us humans as data-entry operators, supplying our digital space with vital information for and from the physical world.
Nevertheless, I still appreciate artificial intelligence. It’s a technology that will definitely get better with time. For now AI writers can serve as excellent cobots -- working alongside human writers to analyze data and trends. This can ultimately save businesses enormous amounts of time producing certain types of content.
As for DommiesBlessed, I’ll stick to sharing life lessons and stories from my personal journey. I’m confident my writing style perfectly serves nursing families seeking peer support.
I‘ve included all three articles below for you to enjoy and formulate your own opinion.
Have you ever heard of AI writers? What are your thoughts on this technology? Do you think AI will replace or help human bloggers?
Until next time...
Love The Journey,
Breastfeeding-Friendly Armpit Routine
Is it safe to use deodorant when you are breast feeding, or is it an absolute no - no? You may decide to do so, but you will be surprised to know that there are many ways to breastfeed moms who are out in the world to have a safe, healthy and comfortable experience. You might be glad to know that you can breastfeed your baby without needing any toiletries. Sources: 13
Ask your doctor or lactation consultant about medications you need to take while breastfeeding. If you have problems breastfeeding, seek support from your family and friends, your doctor or a lactation consultant. Remember that most breastfeeding problems can be easily solved if you know what to expect and have the support of others, including your doctors, midwives and lactation consultants. Seek support from a breastfeeding specialist who can assess whether you have problems with milk supply or have behaved yourself. Sources: 6, 10, 17
Anything that can help make life easier and more comfortable for you and your nursing baby is a welcome addition!!!!? Sources: 0
Enlisting the help of other mothers who have breastfed and tried breastfeeding will be invaluable. Talk to a lactation consultant or healthcare provider if you need help breastfeeding. Sources: 0, 9
Part of learning how to breastfeed is figuring out the best breastfeeding position that works for you and your baby. No matter what breastfeeding position you take, make sure to bring the baby to your breast and not the other way around. If you are in a certain position while breastfeeding, try to change the position to ensure that your breasts are emptied. Here are some tips to help you get into this position, make sure you have enough milk, and combine breastfeeding and formula feeding. Sources: 1, 5, 9, 18
To alleviate the discomfort of tightness, you might try to squeeze a little breast milk with your hands. If your breasts narrow (which can be quite painful), you can try to squeeze with your hand, but try to squeeze with your hands as much as possible. Sources: 7, 9
When you are breastfeeding, the pump in your hand can squeeze a little breast milk into your breast and throw it away. Stay positive and let your baby breastfeed as long as it breastfeeds until it seems satisfied. Your baby grows during the day and after a while, it no longer needs to breastfeed at night. Sources: 3, 9, 17
When your baby is breastfeeding, breastfeeding is a good time to relax and enjoy yourself and each other. By pumping and storing milk you can breastfeed while working or just get some time from the baby. Pumping is a great way to get your breasts stimulated regularly when you are at work, running errands or when your baby is sick and temporarily stops feeding. Join other weight classes - lose mums in the gym where you breastfeed your babies and rock a few extra postpartum rolls while your body does its thing. Sources: 2, 6, 14, 17
If you find the cause of engagement, please contact your lactation consultant or lactation assistant from IBCLC for further help. During breastfeeding, it is recommended to move the baby into different positions while learning to breastfeed and building confidence in the technique. If minor adjustments do not seem to improve the comfort of the baby, seek assistance from a lactation consultant and / or breastfeeding specialist. Sources: 10, 11, 15
The benefits of breast milk for babies are well documented, but did you know that breastfeeding is also beneficial for mothers? With all the health benefits for newborns, breastfeeding is probably the most convenient and cost-effective way to feed your baby. There are more facts about breast cancer that you need to know when a woman knows that breastfeeding or pumping can reduce her risk. Sources: 5, 8, 12
Once you have decided to breastfeed your baby, it is up to you and the baby how you breastfeed. At first, your babies can't breastfeed successfully, so let them breastfeed at your pace. If this is done consistently, mothers can try to squeeze the breastfeeding baby or postpone feeding for half an hour to lower lactic acid levels and reduce exercise intensity somewhat in the future. Sources: 5, 9, 16
If your baby contradicts the taste of breast milk after strenuous exercise, remember that this may have nothing to do with exercise and be distracted or the baby may reject a salty taste due to the sweat on the breast. In some studies, mothers expressed a desire to wash their breasts and take a bath after breastfeeding a newborn, and health workers also agreed that mothers should wash their breasts before breastfeeding newborns after giving birth. If there is no running water in your health facility, you can also help mothers wash their breasts or take a bath after breastfeeding. After suckling, shower and wash the breasts to remove sweat from the skin. Sources: 3, 16, 19
If you find it too painful to breastfeed and to treat at home for 24 hours and it does not help, call your doctor or lactation consultant. If the pain after breastfeeding has not subsided after a few days, you should see a breastfeeding specialist. See your breastfeeding specialist if symptoms persist for more than 48 hours, if your baby is unable to breastfeed due to commitment or if he or she is behaving with a fever.
Rewriting Of 'What’s A Breastfeeding-Friendly Armpit Routine?'
So a breastfeeding-friendly routine is a must, but what about the breast tissue in the armpits and how it interacts with the rest of the body?
The best way to endure excess moisture is to let the pits breathe, and the cleansing method, the lymphatic system, literally cleanses armpits and chest from sweating.
And so this simple, easy-to-use, non-invasive and effective cleaning method has become a staple of adult uniforms.
Dys are pretty messy, so I encourage you to take your time to find a formula that works for you. I tried other brands that were super frothy, but luckily I found a brand with a mission that I loved.
This is the perfect time to experience natural flavors up close and feel obsessed with them. I love to smell a good orgasm, literally out of the pit, and I remember I often gave up deodorant because a bit of it works.
When I check the mark, I push the line into the elbow fold to see how my body reacts to the scent of the foam.
And don't forget to use coconut oil for your shave: on the rare occasion I shave , this sweet little peanut feels beautiful. I clean the machine with alcohol and swing back and forth a lot, but I am a big fan of the alcohol cleaning machine.
Here’s my original article: What’s Your Breastfeeding-Friendly Armpit Routine?