Postpartum blues is often found in new moms during the first 3-6 months after childbirth. They will have mood swings, loss of interest, anxiety, crying spell, insomnia, loss of appetite or excessive hunger, and rapid weight change. If the symptoms are severe, the mother could grow bad thoughts towards her baby.
The major cause is postpartum hormone changes. Moreover, social pressure as well as fatigue and lack of sleep due to newborn are also factors of postpartum blues which will be lasted long for not more than 2 weeks.
If it is longer than this, you should see a doctor or psychiatrist. In order to adjust the balance to normal In order to be able to raise children If beginning to feel that it will be Should not be alone And should tell the people around you to get good encouragement Or find activities Exercise can help.
From the research found that Lullaby singing can reduce depression by 35% and lullabies can help your child develop.
Information provided by: Dr. Nicha Tangpobnong
Compiled by: Medisci