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Postpartum Depression Articles
The new mother needs healthy sleep patterns so her brain can restore, her body can rejuvenate & heal from birth, & to share healthy sleep rhythms with Baby.
Adaptogens nourish the adrenals and alleviate the effects of prolonged stress, supporting new mothers with adrenal fatigue and postpartum depression.
Now let’s explore natural progesterone therapy. Bioidentical progesterone cream can be a vital part of a treatment plan for postpartum depression.
Low progesterone is a well-known culprit of postpartum depression. Natural progesterone therapy can be a vital part of a holistic treatment plan.
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) is one of the safest, most effective natural remedies for holistically treating postpartum depression.
No matter how many resources you have at your disposal, there will be times when motherhood knocks you right over and you can’t get back up on your own.
St. John’s wort is one of the best herbal remedies for mild to moderate depression. Many mothers with postpartum depression benefit from St. John's wort. There is, however, conflicting information in general about the safety of herbs and breastfeeding, including St....
Fish oils are an important element in natural postpartum depression treatment. Learn how to incorporate fish oil supplements into your healing regimen.
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