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Are you worried about your loved one’s Mental Health? 7 ways to help them

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Ways to help people suffering from mental health issues.! Life is an uphill challenge for somebody suffering from mental illness. It not only affects the concerned person but also the near ones who care about them. But you have to remember that as difficult as the situation might appear to be, through proper treatment, many […]

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9 Effective Depression Busters for New Moms

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While having a baby might be one of the most precious moments of your life, the erratic hours, lack of sleep, stress, and hormones can take a toll on your mental, health. The scary truth is that as per the Centers for Disease Control, 11 to 20% of women who give birth each year have […]

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Postpartum Depression can affect your Sexual life and Relationship

4 Ways Postpartum Depression Affects Sexual life

Mental health and depression are still a taboo in our country, our India, a country where over 5 crore people suffer from depression, and approximately 7.5% of the total population suffers from some or the other kind of mental disorder. If this is the situation in case of just depression, one shudders to think what […]

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How a husband can help in overcoming postpartum depression.

As beautiful as motherhood is, the initial months can be extremely demanding. It is not uncommon for new mothers to undergo postpartum depression, rather, one in every five woman are believed to suffer from this situation. Your help as a husband is crucial at this time. Research proves that a woman’s depression will drastically improve […]

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Post Partum Depression and How to deal with it?

Post Partum Depression

When Sheila Karanth, a Software Engineer delivered her baby, she thought that she would be over the moon about it. However, just days after her child coming into the world, her happiness was clouded with a sense of anxiety and depression, a feeling that remained for a long period. If you are like Sheila who […]

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