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👶 | 9% of postpartum moms are sick after giving birth "I feel lonely" and "lack of sleep".How did you get over it?


9% of postpartum moms are sick after childbirth "feel lonely" and "lack of sleep".How did you get over it?

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When asked what they wanted their family and others to do during postpartum depression, the most common answer was "I want you to lie down" (59%).

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Postpartum depression

Postpartum depression(English: Postpartum depression, PPD) Is mainly2-3 months after deliveryFemale hormones (female hormones)estrogen) Decreases sharplySerotoninIs to decreaseHormonal balanceThe main factor is the collapse ofPostpartumMood disorderA kind of. "Postpartum" is a term that refers to the period until 2-3 months have passed after childbirth, until the mother almost recovers to the pre-pregnancy state. Diagnosed when childcare is difficult.Not only the hormone imbalance after childbirth, but also the tiredness of unfamiliar childcare such as breastfeeding, changing diapers, and sleeping.Parenting stressIncluding external factors such as.Sometimes they are exactly the same,Childcare neurosisThere is also a view to distinguish () from the points of things that developed after "postpartum" and things mainly from external factors such as stress.[1][3][4][5][6][7].. "Postpartum depression" occurs in 10 in 20 to 1 women after giving birth, and it occurs within 1 to 2 weeks to several months after giving birth, which is long. Tends to subside within one year of childbirth[3][6]..Child-rearing neurosis and child-rearing depression can occur in both men and women[4][5]In some cases, no improvement is seen even after more than a year has passed since the child was born, and in some cases, it develops when a child about 1 years old who has reached "" is raised.In women, child-rearing neurosis is not only an external factor, but also an internal factor of self-mental instability due to a decrease in serotonin due to a decrease in estrogen that occurs before menstruation in the body.[1][3][4].


The exact cause of postpartum depression (PPD) is unknown, but possible causes have been analyzed as a combination of physical, emotional, genetic and social factors.[1][8]..These causes include changes in hormones in the body andLack of sleepMay include factors such as[1][9]. Most women experience short-term anxiety and unhappiness after childbirthBut,Postpartum depression should be suspected if these mood swings are severe and last for more than 2 weeks[1].

Risk factors for postpartum depression

Risk factors for postpartum depression include lack of surrounding support, past history of postpartum depression in women, ordepressionIf you have a family history ofBipolar disorder,Substance abuse disorderIf you are suffering from[1]..Postpartum depression diagnosis is based on symptoms[2].

Prevention / treatment

Psychosocial support for people at risk of postpartum depression (PPD) is a protective preventive measure for PPD.[10]..Psychological and social support includes community support such as meals, housework, mother care, and social support.[11].. For the treatment of PPDCounselingOr medication may be included[2]..The types of counseling that have proven to be effective include:Interpersonal therapy(IPT),Cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT), etc.[2].Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors(SSRI) is endorsed for its use by tentative evidence[2].

Postpartum psychosis

Postpartum depression affects and affects about 15% of postpartum women[12][13]..More severe postpartum mood disorders occur in approximately 1,000-1 per 2 postnatal women[14]..Postpartum psychosisMurder of a child under XNUMX year oldIt is one of the main causes of humanity and occurs in about 1 people per 10 births in the United States.[15].  

Symptoms / Effects on newborns

Symptoms include extreme sadness,fatigue,不安, Frequent crying, irritability, changes in sleep and dietary patterns, etc.[1]..Onset is usually seen within 1 week to 1 month after delivery[1]..Postpartum depression can also have a negative effect on newborns[16][2].

Male child-rearing neurosis / child-rearing depression

Unlike spouses, males do not change their hormonal balance in the body before and after childbirth, but males become mentally unstable due to external factors such as childcare stress. "Childcare depression" may occur[5][17][18][4][19] ..Specifically, if you are in a state of being sandwiched between work and childcare, and if you feel that your father's appearance and self are different from what you imagined, you will be required to be the "ideal father image". Cause a reason such as that.It is estimated to affect 1% to 26% of fathers who are raising infants and toddlers for the first time.[4][19].

The man who became a child-rearing neurose cites "I haven't had time for myself since I became a parent" as the number one cause.When asked "what are you worried about when raising children?", 37.6% of men were worried about "educational expenses", and 2% were "praising and scolding". , 36rd place is 3% "communication with children"[18].

As a countermeasure, both men and womenParenting stress"Home childcare leave" is recommended to ease the situation[5].



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