How to Recognize Post Natal Depression Signs

Published: 06th April 2011
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Reports show that postnatal depression can affect one in four moms. Post natal depression is recognized as an illness and thus, it needs treatment for it to go away.

Because of the physical and psychological challenges that moms face everyday, they are expected to go through a lot of highs and lows. Some moms begin to experience some of the post natal depression signs as early as the initial months of their pregnancy. While some experience these negative emotions not until they have given birth to their child. For some, these post natal depression signs creep in months after the birth.

As a new mom, you may be experiencing some of these post natal depression signs. Some causes of anxiety may just be ordinary things which under normal circumstances would not bother you. Such things may include not enjoying the presence of your baby or worse being hostile towards him. Another cause of your anxiety can be your own health.

Here is a list of post natal depressions signs and symptoms. It’s more likely that you’re not suffering from post natal depression if you only experience just a few of these signs every once in a while.

If you have post natal depression you will always feel:

1. Guilty and blame yourself every time something goes wrong.

2. Worn out and unmotivated.

3. Unwanted.

4. Imprisoned in your own life.

5. Ill-tempered.

6. Tearful.

7. Isolated.

8. Unable to enjoy yourself.

9. Wanting to commit suicide.

As you suffer from these post natal depression signs you’ll find yourself having a much lower energy level. The result is that you’ll have a hard time functioning normally in your daily life. Concentrating on what you’re doing or remembering things will be a difficult task for you. Your sleep can also be affected by post natal depression. You’ll probably find it challenging to fall asleep or your sleep might be disturbed by nightmares.

Not all post natal depression signs are present in everyone because each person’s experience may be different. But if you are constantly suffering from many of these post natal depression signs and they are getting worse, you should contact your physician as soon as possible. It will be hard to keep the matter to yourself. The first step to overcoming post natal depression is to accept that you have this illness. Then you can seek help a professional help for your fast recovery. Talking to a community of moms who understand these post natal depression signs and are able to sympathize with you can also help you feel better.

Renata has more than 30 years private as well as professional experience working with children of from little babies to teenagers and young adults. For more helpful information go to: http://www.childcarezones.com/bg/


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