If you want to increase your milk supply, one of the best ways to do this is to feed on your baby’s demand, which should be every two to three hours. You need not wait for your little one to cry it out, either. You might find hunger cues such
as hand sucking and restlessness before your little one actually demands for milk out loud.
Basically, the more often you drain your breasts, the more often you signal your body to keep producing milk. Over time, this could increase your milk supply. It may help if you sleep with your little one close by, perhaps in a crib in your room. This can help you feed even in the middle of the night.