Low progesterone is a well-known culprit of postpartum depression. Natural progesterone therapy can be a vital part of a holistic treatment plan.
Women often feel invisible in the work of motherhood. Why wait to receive the appreciation you crave from others? Offering yourself gratitude is empowering!
As a mother, you need a nurturing routine that is just about YOU. Prevent postpartum stress with these three easy daily self-care habits.
Nervines are excellent herbal allies for soothing postpartum anxiety. They restore emotional balance while nourishing the nerves and nervous system.
At the core, in the deep place where you love your children, you are WHOLE. And that is what matters most to your baby and to your children.
Add in high quality plant-based foods for a postpartum diet AKA “way of life” founded on optimal nutrition. Redirect your cravings to nutrient-dense foods!
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) is one of the safest, most effective natural remedies for holistically treating postpartum depression.
Sharing stories of trial-and-error parenting will offer valuable perspective, expand self-compassion, and likely deepen friendships with other parents.
Belly breathing is a grounding, gentle, and easy way to melt the tension of postpartum anxiety as you settle your awareness into your breath and body.
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