Adaptogens nourish the adrenals and alleviate the effects of prolonged stress, supporting new mothers with adrenal fatigue and postpartum depression.
Stress & Fatigue Articles
Adrenal fatigue occurs when the adrenal glands are not functioning at optimal levels. Postpartum mamas are especially prone to this hormonal imbalance. Here are some tips for alleviating adrenal fatigue.
As a mother, you need a nurturing routine that is just about YOU. Prevent postpartum stress with these three easy daily self-care habits.
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.
Tiredness and exhaustion is something all mothers feel after their child is born. Here are four simple strategies to help you manage postpartum exhaustion.
If motherhood stress is burning you out, the first place to start is to see how you can simplify your life to create more space, time and breathing room.
New Mother stress comes in many different forms. Each of us has a certain amount of responsibilities and challenges we can handle at any given time, but if one more thing gets added to the equation, it can throw us into feelings of anxiety, anger, and intense...
Nettles and nettle tea are a great restorative and soothing medicinal used to help with postpartum fatigue, exhaustion and some of the anxiety that many new mothers feel.
In addition to rest and relaxation, here are six vitamins and supplements for relieving postpartum exhaustion that are safe to use if you’re breastfeeding.
Mamashine does not intend to provide medical advice. Although we try to empower our readers to be advocates for their own health, the content on this blog is not meant to be a substitute for medical guidance. For more information, please read our full Disclaimer.
Mamashine is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.