Once your little one has arrived, it’s easy to forget about you—but a happy mom means a happy baby. Here’s some things you can do to ensure baby blues—or postnatal anxiety—doesn’t get the best of you.
Nov 8, 2020
Talk to friends and family if you think you think you have baby blues. Many women experience at least some symptoms of baby blues immediately after childbirth. It’s caused by the sudden change in hormones after delivery, combined with stress, isolation, sleep deprivation, and fatigue. You might feel more tearful, overwhelmed, and emotionally fragile.
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