It's normal to feel a bit down after the birth of your baby, particularly two to four days after the birth. Many women get a touch of the baby blues. Doctors suggest this may be brought on by sudden changes in hormone levels. You may feel very emotional and prone to tears, find i...
that having a baby is a major life transition that involves losses as well as gains.’ Postnatal depression is surprisingly common, but help is available. The first step is recognising that you are suffering from PND. Some, but not all, of the following can
're due for their first postnatal check, some women are already pregnant. They are just coming to terms with the demands of a new baby when they discover they're facing the prospect of doing the same thing all over again in less than a year's time.So why
Scientists believe they have found a link between low-levels of omega-3 in new mothers and post-natal depression.Researchers from the Universtiy of Montreal found that a mother's omega-3 levels fall during pregnancy and remain lowered for at least
to return to fitness once your baby is born, personal trainer Wendy Powell, of No More Excuses Personal Training is here to answer your questions.Mum-of-two Wendy, who specialises in pregnancy and post-natal exercise, is hosting a live webchat on this subect
Many women have concerns about exercising while pregnant and weight loss after pregnancy can be a slow and hard process. Thats why babyexpert.com is pleased to welcome Marie Behenna to answer your fitness and exercise related questions LIVE- from preparing for pregnancy right th...
Pre- and postnatal fitness expert Melinda Nicci says...It's totally normal for your stomach to be soft and a bit jiggly after having a baby. However, most of us feel better when our abdominal muscles are toned and strong, which has the added benefit
Dad-of-four Austin Healey is so brilliantly placed to share his wisdom on life as a modern dad that he admits to suffering from postnatal depression after the birth of his first daughter. 'It's true,' he says. 'After Ellie-Mae was born, Lou (Louise
Its well known that Omega 3 is good for growing babies brain development, but new research shows it can be beneficial for pregnant women too. Omega 3, found in oily fish such as salmon, could cut a womans odds of developing post-natal
hormone levels following pregnancy and birth. The baby blues tends to sort itself out and does not usually require any specific treatment other than reassurance and support. More serious is post-natal depression (PND), which is a recognised medical