Pregnancy is a massive switch in a woman’s life, and a mix of new emotions, both mentally and physically. Nothing creates more happiness to a women than holding her new born but it also comes with lots of responsibilities. Nurturing a baby is not a easy task, you need to be alert subconsciously as it is rightly said “a mother is never off duty”. Childbirth accompany a lot of changes in woman’s life such as new responsibilities, sleep deprivation, fatigue and no personal space. Hormonal Changes takes place immediately after pregnancy due to which you undergo mood swings.
Post childbirth you are triggered with various hormonal imbalances such as reduction in estrogen and progesterone levels,metabolism issues,functioning of immune system and blood pressure leads to postpartum depression or baby blues.The stress of being a new mother and adapting the changes in your life becomes the most common reason for baby blues.
Approximately 70-80% of all new mothers experience some negative feelings or mood swings after the birth of their child among which the feeling of tearful is most common.Crying or weeping out unexpectedly on small things is normal.Suddenly you start losing interest and feels everything is worthless for you. It is important to remember that you are not alone in your feelings.
Due to sleep deprivation and physical change you ends up yelling every now and then at your loved ones and get annoyed with the simple mistakes done by anyone around you.Don’t try to be the best mom from the start everything needs time.
Even though you are tired and exhausted after a hard day but you will not be able to sleep due to stress as you always feel anxious about your baby’s health even if everything sounds to be great. Don’t stress out you can blame it on baby blues too.
Sometimes you seems to forget the most important things, this happens due to lack of concentration and lack of mental rest. Although its not a reason to worry as it gets back to normal in few weeks.
The birth of a baby can trigger a jumble of powerful emotions, from excitement and joy to fear and anxiety. But it can also result in something you might not expect — depression.
The early signs of postpartum depression (PPD) are very similar to baby blues but the signs might be quite noticeable.Its easy to miss the difference at start as most common symptoms are mood swings, insomnia, irritability, crying, and sadness.But the major differences which need to be consulted immediately are the thoughts of harming yourself or baby or the fear that someone is going to harm your baby.You start overthinking and worry about the things which don’t exist.It impacts your relationship with your partner as well and you start feeling disconnected with him.This symptoms should not be ignored.