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Postpartum Depression
Atlanta, Ga

Being a new mother can be a moment of happiness and joy but it may also be accompanied by feelings of sadness, emotional rollercoasters, and fatigue. During a time like this support is critical.

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As a new mom, you may be experiencing a range of emotional and physical symptoms that make it difficult for you to care for yourself and your new baby.

Emotionally, you may be feeling overwhelmed by feelings of sadness, anxiety, and hopelessness. You may feel that you are not bonding with your baby or that you are not a good mother. You may also feel guilty or ashamed for not feeling the way you think you should be feeling. These feelings can be very isolating and make it difficult for you to reach out for help.

Physically, you may be experiencing changes in appetite, fatigue, and sleep disturbances. You may also have difficulty concentrating or making decisions.

In terms of behavior, you may withdraw from friends and family, avoid social activities, and may have difficulty completing daily tasks. You may also have difficulty taking care of yourself, such as eating well, getting enough sleep, and taking care of your personal hygiene.

It's important to know that postpartum depression is a serious condition and it's not something that you should try to "tough out" on your own. With the right treatment, which may include therapy, medication, and support, you can recover and regain your sense of well-being. 

Connect with Vanay for further support and assistance.


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