Know more about Postpartum Depression
Postpartum Depression is a type of depression that is generally experienced by new mothers. It is a severe, long term form of depression, and includes mood swings, sadness, irritability, anxiety, crying, problems focusing, and problems sleeping. There is a difference between postpartum depression and what is commonly referred to as “baby blues”. Baby blues includes mood swings, crying, anxiety, and trouble sleeping but that only lasts up to two weeks. If these symptoms last longer than two weeks, then it is likely that the mother has postpartum depression.
Postpartum depression is also more severe than the baby blues. Additional symptoms may occur, such as excessive crying, severe mood swings, difficulty bonding with the baby, and withdrawing from family and friends. Mothers who experience these symptoms for longer than two weeks after giving birth should seek treatment for their depression.
Types of treatments available for Postpartum Depression
Postpartum Depression Treatment typically includes psychotherapy and antidepressants. While psychotherapy helps postpartum sufferers learn how to cope with the negative feelings, problem solving, many therapists might prescribe antidepressants. If a mother is breastfeeding, antidepressants are to be used with caution.
A more resilient way of treating Postpartum Depression is getting online self-help. With guided therapy, postpartum depression can be ended and Resilico can help you achieve that. Their therapy based self-help programs have a syllabus and a timeline which has been programmed to lead you towards betterment.