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Happy Post Pregnancy – 8 Tips

20 Nov
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Shortly after giving birth, Due to the so-called ‘baby blues, 60 to 80 percent of new mothers end up asking themselves that – 'Why does something so joyful make feel so depressed?’ It all happened as a result of substantial changes in hormone levels. Try the following tips in the process to help you get over that postpartum depression.

1. Motivate Yourself

Eat dinner out with your partner, take a nap, take a long bath, make yourself apriority sometimes, and spend your time in knowledge section of ‘Dream Child Parenting Mobile Application’. This is also necessary.

2. Dress up your Baby

Baby wearing can improve both your and your baby's moods. (Babies who are worn more often cry less, which is a joyful act.)

3. Feel Sad and Smile

Laughter is a wonderful medicine that heals even the deepest wounds. If you want to cry, then cry openly, then laugh openly at funny things, like, suddenly the child pooped in the market, Suddenly milk started coming out of your breasts, etc.. Always remind yourself that everything is going to be fine in a few days. Do not hesitate to seek the help of a doctor if the depression becomes too deep.

4. Avoid going it Alone

Being left alone with a crying baby, Dirty dishes’ mountain, pile of clothes, and the sleepless nights ahead the depressing situations are imaginable. So ask for more assistance from your partner, mother, sister, friends, or your partner's mother if it is possible.

5. Do Exercise Regularly

Exercise increases your levels of feel-good endorphins, which gives you a natural (and surprisingly long-lasting)high. Join a postpartum exercise class (look for one that allows babies to join in the fun), or watch YouTube video, go for a walk etc..

6. Decrease your Expectations

Overly high expectations will result in disappointment for both you and your mood. Do your best instead, which may not be as good as you'd like at this stage but is still acceptable.

7. Look Gorgeously

It sounds strange, but it is true. Spend some time on yourself so that your mind feels good. Take a bath and wear clean clothes. Set your hair. Do some makeup by hiding blemishes with herbal concealer.

8. Leave your House

It's remarkable how a change of scenery can improve your mood. Try to leave the house with the baby at least once each day by going for a walk, shopping, or just meeting up for coffee with friends.

Disclaimer: This blog is correct as per the writer’s knowledge. This is not a medical guidance. Follow as you are responsible for.

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