Watch This If You Feel Depressed

Hey Heard you’re feeling a bit sad due to a recent unfortunate thing that happened bad things happen There are bad people There will always be bad people doing bad things There’s no doubt in that But you have to know something You have to know how much good there is out there If far outweighs the bad if every…

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Why Having a Baby Can Cause Depression in Both Parents

[INTRO ♪] People don’t really talk about postpartum depression. After all, you’ve just had a baby! It’s chubby, and it smells nice! You should be so happy! But more often than not, new parents aren’t. A period of sadness after giving birth is so common that we have a colloquial name for it: the baby blues. 70 to 80% of…

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New mum gripped by crippling postpartum psychosis thought she was a tiny baby

Within days of becoming a new mum, Sara Shoesmith thought she was a tiny baby and her mind was infiltrated by horrible thoughts of death. The moments after child birth were anything but magical or euphoric – Sara was consumed by panic and fear, believing she had made a huge mistake. Postpartum psychosis took hold of the 31-year-old, causing hallucinations…

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Laughter Is Good for Your Brain

– OH, I HOPE YOU’RE READY TO SIT BACK AND ENJOY YOURSELVES, AND I HOPE YOU LAUGH, AND I HOPE SOME OF YOU GUFFAW. AND A FEW OF YOU MAY SNORT. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE. I’LL TELL YOU WHY THAT’S IMPORTANT. A NEW STUDY CAME OUT, AND IT SAID THAT LAUGHING MAKES YOUR BRAIN WORK BETTER, AND I KNOW…

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How Giving Birth Changes Your Brain

A woman’s uterus grows to over 500 times its normal size during pregnancy. But not all changes are visible. In fact, some of the biggest changes happen in her brain. When a mother sees her newborn for the first time, it’s love at first sight, literally. That’s because once she gives birth, core regions of her brain’s reward network kick…

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Postpartum Psychosis | Postpartum Depression | Parents

Post partum psychosis is often confused with post partum depression. Part of that is because the media oftentimes uses the two terms interchangeably. And sometimes women. Thin they don’t have postpartum depression, because they’re thinking about some of the symptoms they’ve heard about that are connected with postpartum psychosis. Postpartum psychosis is a rare psychiatric condition that affects about 1…

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Moms Talk About Their Postpartum Depression

– Everyone I knew, I felt like had the most wonderful experience after they had their baby but I didn’t know how to say I’m freaking out. – Postpartum depression to me is the disconnect you have with your baby. – An overwhelming, uncontrollable sense of anxiety. – One of many mental illnesses that can affect mothers. – When I…

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Postpartum psychosis: A mother’s story | BBC Tomorrow’s World

We walked down this bare brick-walled corridor towards the Mother and Baby Unit. And Tom’s holding my hand quite firmly, and I hear this baby scream, and I just drop his hand and turn and run in the opposite direction, because right then, I know that what they do is they find bad mums like me, they collect them up,…

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5 Myths about Postpartum Depression – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Today, I am here to talk with you about the five common misconceptions about postpartum depression. Now if you are new to my channel, and you, like me, find psychology and mental health information just totally cool and exciting don’t forget to subscribe, because I put out videos all the time. And I actually have a video that I’ve done…

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6 WAYS TO OVERCOME POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION!!!! MY EXPERIENCE

what's up y'all you should've been doing with money and thank you for tuning in to another video so as you can see by the title today we are going to be talking about postpartum depression like you know parts of me getting pregnant and having my baby I heard things about postpartum depression but I don't know I thought…

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