On hearing the word anxiety, invariably one happens to associate the mental problem with an adult. People usually have a notion that adults deal with different types of anxiety disorders due to various factors like relationships, work-pressures, financial concerns, unpredictable future, health concerns, and so on. However, people fail to realize that on the same lines, children can also grapple with anxiety, the only difference being that they fail to comprehend the reason behind their anxiety and do not know that they are actually struggling with something about which they need to talk. Read more
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Welcoming a newborn into the fold is a joyous moment for any family. Whether it is the mother’s first or fifth endeavor at motherhood, it is a time of emotional upheaval. During the transition from pregnancy to motherhood, it is quite normal for women to experience the moderate levels of fears and worries while accommodating to their new role.
However, for some mothers, these stressors can develop quickly and significantly thwart their ability to enjoy motherhood and take care of their newborn and themselves. It can be extremely overwhelming when a new mother consistently worries about the newborn’s health, her ability to be a good parent, balancing personal and professional responsibilities, etc. When such worries come in the way of a mother’s ability to perceive the reality, she may be experiencing the symptoms of postpartum anxiety. Read more
Florida Helpline for Anxiety is here to connect you with the medical professionals you need to help you gain control over your anxiety. Call us today to get started.
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