Understanding the Difference between Baby Blues Syndrome and Post Childbirth Depression

Feeling tired, sad, and worried are symptoms of baby blues syndrome that many mothers experience after giving birth. This syndrome is relatively mild, when compared with postpartum depression (postpartum depression) which can also threaten mothers after giving birth. At the birth of the first child, almost about 80% of new mothers experience baby blues syndrome. Meanwhile, only about 10% of new mothers experience postpartum depression. Recognize the Symptoms of Baby Blues Syndrome Baby blues syndrome can be experienced because after giving birth there will be various changes, which can make a mother shocked. The presence of a baby can make a mother feel confused and worried about how to care for the baby properly and whether being able to be a responsible mother. These worries and anxiety eventually lead to mood swings, insomnia, loss of appetite, easy sadness, irritability, and crying without reason. With the support of family and relatives, baby blues syndrome can be overcome
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