Good attachment will help baby get more milk and make breastfeeding more comfortable. Click on the links to see the video below in different languages:
Often babies can attach by themselves if we give them time:
Sometimes they need a bit of extra help like this 'flipple' technique:
Positioning is all about making sure you and your baby are comfortable. There isn't a right or wrong way and you don't need to follow a book. As long as it feels good for you. These videos can give you some tips to try. Mums often find a more laid back position easier in the early days.
Laid back breastfeeding (sometimes called biological nurturing) can often help mums get comfortable and babies latched on better:
You can find a range of different positions to try online but one of the more unusual is the Koala position. Often recommended for mums with fast flow or babies who struggle with tongue ties.