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3 Reasons Why So Many Moms Get Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression (PPD) affects 26% of mothers. It increases health risks for both the mom and the child, so it shouldn’t be ignored. Physical exhaustion is a major factor, but PPD is more common if the mother already has sleep issues. Crying and colic will simply worsen exhaustion, stress, and anxiety. Additionally, social support is needed to reduce PPD and control the increase of stress hormones. Without it, stress hormones will shoot up and aggravate PPD.
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Postpartum Depression: What Should You Know About It?

Postpartum psychosis is a rare, but a serious disorder that can develop after childbirth. Read more to know the prevention tips and symptoms to watch out for.

How To Beat Postpartum Depression

Tend to your digestion: Vata makes your digestive fire quite unstable. Start slow, eat root and leafy green vegetables, dairy and meats. Check if your feeling gassy. Get a warm body massage that concentrates on the head and feet. Don't ignore insomnia, anxiety, fatigue or anything abnormal, mentally or physically see a doctor or counselor.