How to deal with postpartum anxiety

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Hello Postpartum Period Team, my name is anonymous from United States, my only questions is, How to deal with postpartum anxiety. I’m trying to deal with it but it not easy, any ideas or suggestions? Honesty I haven’t told anyone yet and I’m not planning to.

How to deal with postpartum anxiety

Stop waiting, stop not doing anything and go out look for something to do, try to develop something, you can try learning a computer, reading a book or doing something interesting.

Life is bigger than postpartum depression. You need to be busy with something, it may be by just watching cooking TV shows.

If your mind is focusing on something else than your anxiety will disappear naturally.

Anxiety will mostly attack lonely people who are boring and not interesting.

Do you want to be interesting?

If yes then the only thing you can do is find something interesting to do. It doesn’t have to be something big, it may be by just reading a book.

Why?

Because by reading different books, you are getting different ideas and a lot of knowledge. A book can keep you busy for a couple of days. That alone can shift your mind from feeling sorry for yourself.


All moms who are suffering from postpartum anxiety feel the same thing. "That is sadness and loneliness."

It not possible to feel lonely when you have something to do every day. Why don’t you try joining parenting classes? Join other moms and see what they are doing to enjoy being parents.

What If you don’t have any interest?

Then develop them, go out and look for something you may like, just try something different.

Just find a hobby, you need to develop something that give you some interest so you will not just sit around and wait for nothing.

Seek help

When I was suffering from postpartum depression I had no one, And one day I finally realized that the reason for it was because I didn’t tell anyone what I was feeling.

You can’t expect people to come and knock on your door and pledge to help you if you never asked them for help in the first place.

Seek help in order to get help.

Exercise your body and you mind

  • This is not just for anxiety, but for a long and healthy life as well.
  • For stress management
  • So that stress doesn’t overwhelm you
  • So you can sleep at night
  • So you can enjoy you.
  • So you can recognize that you are important
  • Just exercise so anxiety doesn’t crack you and crash you with pressure and stress.

Exercise your mind by just reading, just read and read. Just read something, it doesn’t have to be a book, it can be just a celebrity gossip magazine.

Reading a newspaper can decrease anxiety, because the stories found in the papers can alarm you on what going on around you that alone can shift your mind from being stressed.

You mind is trapped, you need to set it free by fighting this anxiety naturally. Sometimes you don’t have to see a doctor to cure depression and anxiety.

Avoid people who seek to control and silence your personality.

Just avoid people who judge you all the time. It can be anyone, your mom, your friends, or grand ma, just try to be with people that understands you, explain to them all your feeling and you feel better.

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