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Mother's Living With: Postpartum Depression

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Living With Postpartum Depression
Being a mom involves being on you’re A-game 100% of the time. However, when illness strikes, this isn’t always possible. It’s therefore imperative that we seek help when we need it.
Many of us will have experienced the baby blues – up to 80% of us, in fact. This is a natural part of becoming a mother. All those hormones racing around our bodies can imbalance the chemicals in our brain and we can feel irritable, anxious and down as a result. However, the difference is knowing when this has become a bigger issue and developed into postpartum depression.

PsychGuide: Get the Help You Need
This article has some useful information on postpartum depression, including the signs you may have it and possible treatment. If you’re feeling any of the symptoms described, visit your doctor so you can get the help you need.

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