Postpartum

Myth or Fact: Weight Loss While Breastfeeding
Besides the nutritional benefits of breastfeeding both for your and your baby, there is evidence that suggests its positive effects on postpartum weight loss. While breastfeeding, your body needs more calories and your diet is very important to supply your baby the necessary amount of milk. You should be consuming vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains and protein and fiber rich food on a regular basis. Additionally, you need to keep your body hydrated since breastfeeding causes your body to lose more fluids. This type of a diet is not only good for your milk supply, it will also help you to stay healthier.
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Adjusting to Life as a "New Parent"
As a new parent, it might be difficult to see the cup half full. Juggling through home/work related tasks and trying to keep in track are certainly challenging. The person in the mirror may seem disorganized and falling behind, but those tired eyes are yet to reveal the truth…
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5 Tips to Guide You Through the 4th Trimester
Fourth trimester is not only a relevant term for your baby’s first three months but also a pretty big thing for you as a new mom. Your baby still perceives themself as a part of you and has a constant need of being close to you and feeling your warmth. When your baby is trying to adapt to the new world; your body is going through an immense reformation and adaptation as well. It is challenging both for you and your little one.
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Beat Postpartum Hair Loss with These Tips
During pregnancy, the normal hair growth cycle lasts longer and results in a “postpartum hair loss”. The excessive shedding that you experience is also called “postpartum telogen effluvium". 90% of women are suffering from some form of postpartum hair loss and it is a normal phase of your afterbirth recovery.
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Postpartum Anxiety: Symptoms, Identification, & Treatment

Postpartum anxiety (PPA) is more intense and persistent compared to new parent worry, and often the worry is not based on a real problem or threat. Postpartum Anxiety differs from Postpartum depression (PPD) because PPD includes being constantly sad accompanied by a loss of interest. Baby blues on the other hand is less severe than PPD and only lasts a few days.

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