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In recent years, we’ve come to understand even more about the significant emotional changes that women experience after having a baby. Around 80% will develop the ‘baby blues’ between days 3 and 10 after birth; for most, these feelings pass within a day or two. However, around one in five new mothers, and up to one in ten new fathers, will be affected by postnatal anxiety and/or depression. Symptoms can range from mild to severe and every person affected will have their own, unique experience. It can be very reassuring to know that postnatal depression (PND) and/or anxiety can treated...
It’s no secret that exercise is beneficial for our health and wellbeing. Pregnant women are encouraged to exercise which assists our changing body with improved fitness, increased energy and better weight control. Our favourite reason for exercising whilst pregnant is it naturally improves your mood! The physical demands of pregnancy bundled together with increased tiredness can make you feel a little flat. There is nothing like a great exercise session to rejuvenate your body and mind. The best part is you can keep your Belly wrap on during exercise for that extra support.