Postpartum Care Mineola NY

You've been looking forward to bringing baby home ever since you found out you were pregnant. You may have had visions of a smiling happy baby and a supportive partner.

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This is a very common complaint and can vary from mild to extreme. It's mainly caused by hormonal changes in your body. A feeling of loss of identity may also cause you to feel depressed.

What are the postpartum depression signs? Well you may be feeling overwhelmed, sad, excessively tired, uninterested and above all, guilty that you're feeling this way, Because, after all, this should be a happy time, shouldn't it?

Just be assured that you are perfectly normal and that thousands of women are going through this phase and have been since the dawn of time.

Understand that your body has been through a tremendous amount of stress and that it will take some time to recover. Giving birth poses both physical and psychological changes both at the same time. You may also be feeling excluded when family and friends are making a fuss of your baby and you're no longer the main attrraction. This feeling of loss of identity is quite normal and you're just being human.

You also have the huge responsibility of caring for a newborn while dealing with sleep deprivation at the same time. No wonder your feeling exhausted, scared and anxious. This is perfectly normal and will probably last for a week or two. If it persisits or gets worse, you may have to visit your doctor.

Although postpartum depression is a form of depression, it has a clinical cause so be wary of prescribed depression drugs. These have a low success rate and are totally unsuitable if you're breastfeeding. I'll leave you with one important natural way of handling postpartum depression.

Take Omega 3 supplements. Omega 3 is also found in fish, but with all the mercury contamination in some fish, supplements are the safest way to go. Omega 3 is a great way to boost your mood and is good for your and your baby's health as well.

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Postpartum care is a necessary but neglected part of women's health. Whether it's postpartum depression or assisting your body back to normal, vist Postpartum Care to find out about natural ways to help postpartum recovery and enjoy this special time in your life. Wendy Owen (HH Dip) is a holistic health therapist with an extensive knowledge in homeopathic and herbal remedies.

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