Natural Remedies for Postpartum Depression

When a woman becomes pregnant, her body’s first priority is for the developing baby in the womb. In fact, the baby will receive nutrition even if it comes at the expense of the mother’s body; it’s just the way Mother Nature works. Furthermore, child birth can have...

Postpartum Depression: Your Mental Well-Being

How does your mental well-being during pregnancy affect delivery, recovery, and your newborn?  A growing tide of prenatal-care practitioners are including well-beingness advice and counseling as part of their preventive care for pregnant women in an effort to stem...

Hormone Therapy and Postpartum Depression

‘Hormone’ comes from a Greek word that means “to spur on”. A hormone is a type of chemical released by one or many cells. It can affect cells in other parts of the body. These are like little messengers of the endocrine glands, (Pineal, Pituitary, Hypothalamus,...

Postpartum Depression and Hormone Therapy

Postpartum depression is no laughing matter, as the woman affected cannot control the moods due largely in part from the body changes after giving birth. Changes in hormone levels can cause this reaction and the mother will experience postpartum depression to varying...