Journal of Mental Health and Aging

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Opinion Article - Journal of Mental Health and Aging (2022) Volume 6, Issue 5

A systematic review of strategies and results for multidisciplinary treatment of chronic pain

For mothers, the postpartum period, particularly the first six weeks, is tremendously stressful as they try to form an emotional bond with their kid, balance their demands with those of the infant, and maintain their own excellent emotional and mental health. In the 1990s, examination of earlier research revealed potential psychological alterations during and after pregnancy, including postnatal depression, psychosis, or unhappiness. Baby blues, also known as postnatal sadness, is a mild kind of psychological distress that affects between 45 and 80 percent of new mothers and often starts on the third postpartum day Misri & Burgman. Postpartum depression (PPD), which is dependent on a woman's age and relationship, affects 10 to 43% of women, according to relevant studies.

Author(s): Philippa Collin

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