Category: Postpartum Depression

Postpartum Depression

Understand postpartum depression (part 3)

Part 3: Treatment and prevention Two previous articles presented the causes and consequences of postpartum depression; people who are prone to postpartum depression and early diagnosis. This article discusses the treatment and prevention of postpartum depression. 1. Treatment for postnatal depression  Support from relatives  Family and friends should make sure that the depressed mother is […]

Postpartum Depression

Understand postpartum depression (part 2)

Part 2: Early recognition of postpartum depression The previous article presented the causes and consequences of postnatal depression, as well as those most susceptible to the disease. This article will explain how to diagnose a disease early on the basis of clinical symptoms. As mentioned before, it is possible to diagnose early postpartum depression on […]

Postpartum Depression

Treatments for postpartum depression

What is the impact of postpartum depression on the baby if left untreated? Postpartum depression can interfere with your ability to take care of you and your baby. Still, if you suffer from postpartum depression, this does not mean you are a bad mother. Research has shown that depressed mothers interact less with their babies. […]

Postpartum Depression

Understand postpartum depression (part 1)

Part 1: Who is susceptible to postpartum depression, causes and effects of the disease  Postpartum depression, also known as postnatal depression, is a condition that affects the mindset and feelings of fatigue, depression and anxiety that arise after birth. Women with postnatal depression often have a state of fear for their children to be harmed […]

About, Addictive behavior, Behavioral psychology, Family, Health, Life skills, Loving, Personal Problem, Postpartum Depression, Psychological disturbance, Sharing, Working

While mention to the term “psychological illness“, many of us will think of familiar phrases like “depression,” “mental paralysis,” “anxiety disorder,” and so on. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) – a handbook for diagnosing psychological illnesses – classifies psychiatric disorders […]