Depression of Lohusa is a disease that is experienced by one out of every five women in the world and treatment is possible. !!!
Causes and Treatment of Postpartum Depression and Postpartum Depression oh
It was found that the biochemical substances required in the brain of the depressed patients were decreased. During this period, many women experience fluctuation in affect as well as mild sadness and anxiety. These symptoms normally resolve spontaneously within 7-10 days and are considered normal, but if these symptoms do not diminish or even increase later, postpartum depression develops.
* Biological reasons: Sudden decrease in estrogen and progesterone levels during pregnancy and the decrease in the amount of seretonin hormone in the brain makes the mother more susceptible to depression. * Psychosocial causes: mistrust between spouses, lack of communication, problems related to sexuality, insufficient resources and social support, such as marital problems may pave the way for postpartum depression.
Postpartum depression is a condition that can be treated with psychotherapy, antidepressant or antipsychotic medication, and a strong social support network.
The best thing a mother can do in postpartum depression is to devote time to herself.
After the birth, the mother expects intense compassion and understanding especially from her husband and close environment due to the physical and psychological changes caused by hormones. Spouses should be more sensitive, insightful, patient and active in the care of the baby.