In the life of every woman, the post­par­tum peri­od is no less impor­tant than the actu­al preg­nan­cy itself. Of course, you should not expect that after child­birth, life will nor­mal­ize by itself. Indeed, you are unlike­ly to expe­ri­ence the same aching pain in the legs or tox­i­co­sis, but you will have a baby, and he will be able to rad­i­cal­ly change your life. It turns out that preg­nan­cy is just a pre­lim­i­nary stage.

If it seems to a preg­nant woman that she per­fect­ly under­stands her baby, then with the birth of him every­thing will change dra­mat­i­cal­ly — it will be dif­fi­cult for you to under­stand why the baby is cry­ing or how to swad­dle him cor­rect­ly. In addi­tion, the con­stant demand for breasts will be added, and, of course, sleep­less nights. How­ev­er, all this is off­set by a huge sense of hap­pi­ness from the fact that from now on you have a tiny piece of your­self in your hands.

Nev­er­the­less, you must be pre­pared for the fact that the way of life of your fam­i­ly will change dra­mat­i­cal­ly — after all, all wor­ries and total time will now have to be divid­ed not into two, but into three, and the child will require max­i­mum of your care. That is why the post­par­tum peri­od is con­sid­ered a dif­fi­cult test for both men and women. It will seem to the new­ly-made dad that his woman per­ceives him exclu­sive­ly as a bread­win­ner, ceas­ing to give a piece of warmth.

Of course, both spous­es must behave cor­rect­ly in order for life to improve in the new fam­i­ly and it becomes com­fort­able to live in it. It should be borne in mind that the restora­tion of the cou­ple’s rela­tion­ship should be car­ried out with all pos­si­ble ten­der­ness and trust. More­over, almost every young moth­er, to one degree or anoth­er, is faced with such a psy­cho­log­i­cal sen­sa­tion as post­par­tum depres­sion. After all, the child often cries, the fig­ure after child­birth leaves much to be desired, and the hus­band ceas­es to show signs of atten­tion that were so admired ear­li­er.

It is imper­a­tive to under­stand that the wife’s depres­sive moods are a con­se­quence of hor­mon­al changes in the body, and the fig­ure will not be restored imme­di­ate­ly. This fact should be brought to the atten­tion of the hus­band, and he, in turn, is sim­ply oblig­ed to sur­round the young moth­er with dou­ble atten­tion and care.

Every­thing that hap­pens in a wom­an’s body after child­birth is nat­ur­al. This is exact­ly how it was orig­i­nal­ly laid down by nature itself. Indeed, for nine months, the body of the expec­tant moth­er accu­mu­lat­ed fat “in reserve” — ​​in case there is no com­plete food. This pro­gram is per­fect, because with its help sev­er­al gen­er­a­tions of new­borns sur­vived. In addi­tion, the abdom­i­nal mus­cles have been stretched for nine months and can­not imme­di­ate­ly become the same. Not sur­pris­ing­ly, the return to the “pre-preg­nan­cy” state will require effort from the woman. As for the dura­tion of the recov­ery peri­od, its dura­tion is the same as that of the actu­al preg­nan­cy, that is, 9 months. By the way, the body will bounce back faster if you prac­tice breast­feed­ing.

By the way, the changed fig­ure is far from the only rea­son for upset­ting a young moth­er. If dur­ing preg­nan­cy the body los­es a lot of cal­ci­um, the struc­ture of hair and nails changes, and in addi­tion, teeth may begin to crum­ble. It is clear that their restora­tion will also require time and effort.

In fact, the life of every woman after child­birth begins anew. There­fore, it is impor­tant to take into it only what real­ly mat­ters to you. It will great­ly help every young moth­er in life that her hus­band will show care and under­stand­ing, that friends will find time to take an inter­est in her affairs, that peo­ple in her envi­ron­ment will always be able to help.

Don’t let depres­sion get in the way of your hap­py moth­er­hood, though. In a peri­od of bad mood, it may be enough for you to hug your baby, hug him to you, inhal­ing his native smell. More­over, all the fears of mis­car­riage and dif­fi­cult child­birth are already behind and in front of you — your favorite baby.

A quick and easy post­par­tum recov­ery is guar­an­teed if you do not let despair con­sume you. When you become the same, in the eyes of your soul­mate there will be the same delight, and your baby will enjoy life togeth­er with a suc­cess­ful and attrac­tive moth­er. And this fact is worth it to make a suf­fi­cient amount of effort.


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