Previously, the standard practice for Malaysian confinement involves employing a confinement nanny to help take care of the health and wellbeing of both mother and baby.


Traditional confinement practices are an integral part of Malaysian traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) which focuses on restoring heat to the body, promoting blood circulation, and returning the postnatal body back to its original shape.


Following countries such as Taiwan, the introduction of confinement centres began the commercialisation of modern confinement practices. Today, there are over 40 different confinement centres in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur alone, ranging from residential confinement centres to professional and luxurious confinement centres.

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