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  1. photo Could the placenta be the cure for post partum <b>depression</b>?Could the placenta be the cure for post partum depression?News
    are prone to depression are finding that the very organ that kept their baby alive can prevent the "baby blues."Today, approximately 80 percent of women experience some level of postpartum depression/moodRead more
  2. photo Link found between diabetes and <b>depression</b> in pregnant womenLink found between diabetes and depression in pregnant womenNews
    diagnosed with gestational diabetes were more likely to develop postpartum depression (which can be diagnosed starting six weeks after delivery). "Our data suggest that depression and gestational diabetes mayRead more
  3. photo Laugh Out LoudLaugh Out LoudTreatment
    - Effects of Laughter Therapy on Depression, Quality of Life, Resilience … (link) Study 2 - Effects of Laughter Therapy on Postpartum Fatigue & Stress Responses … (link) Study 3 - EffectsRead more
  4. photo <b>Postpartum</b> <b>Depression</b>Postpartum DepressionArticle
    are a mother who is suffering from a condition known as postpartum depression, a condition that is treatable. While as many as 80% of mothers experience a temporary and mild condition referred to as the babyRead more
  5. photo Pregnant women targeted for increased 'mental health surveillance'Pregnant women targeted for increased 'mental health surveillance'News
    depression alone? Aren't doctors the guardians of our health? Shouldn't the government study the vulnerabilities of its people and take action to protect them? Postpartum depression is a real and very seriousRead more
  6. photo Omega-3 fatty acids can prevent <b>depression</b> in high-risk patientsOmega-3 fatty acids can prevent depression in high-risk patientsNews
    of depression, bipolar disorder, postpartum depression and seasonal affective disorder are lower in countries with higher fish consumption. One study, conducted in New Zealand, found that people who ate more fishRead more
  7. photo Curious mental habit scientifically linked to <b>depression</b>Curious mental habit scientifically linked to depressionNews
    by KU Leuven has shown people in a depression (the volunteers for this study were postpartum women) experience normal potential for positive emotions. However, when positive emotions were felt, they wereRead more
  8. photo From Rose Oil to Rose Water: The Skincare Benefits of RosesFrom Rose Oil to Rose Water: The Skincare Benefits of RosesArticle
    with depression. In a study among postpartum women, rose oil demonstrated its strength and effectiveness as a safe, all-natural antidepressant and anti-anxiety treatment. So, a little rose oil on the face not onlyRead more
  9. photo Woman gives birth to healthy baby in rainforest stream to avoid unnatural hospital settingWoman gives birth to healthy baby in rainforest stream to avoid unnatural hospital settingNews
    and buried the rest by the stream in keeping with an aboriginal tradition of "giving back to the land." Hoping to avoid postpartum depressionThurber suffered from postpartum depression after all of herRead more
  10. photo This Common Vitamin Deficiency Triggers Headache, Back Pain and Joint PainThis Common Vitamin Deficiency Triggers Headache, Back Pain and Joint PainArticle
    in the sun and rebuild those Vitamin D levels can mean poor sleep habits, can lead to postpartum depression and can mean mom and baby have sleep issues. This is not good for anyone. What to Do Now you knowRead more

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Postpartum depression

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Postpartum depression (PPD), also called postnatal depression, is a type of clinical depression which can affect women after childbirth. Symptoms may include sadness, low energy, changes in sleeping and eating patterns, reduced desire for sex, crying episodes, anxiety, and irritability. While many women experience self-limited, mild symptoms postpartum, postpartum depression should be suspected...More