All Blog Posts Tagged 'PPD' (5)

The Postpartum Monster

Postpartum depression is the epitome of grief, strife, and angst which slithers and knots its cruel intentions through every inch of your body & soul.  It's a predominant force in the daily life of mother's suffering with PPD, relentlessly taunting its innocent victims to an extremely lonely, dark breaking point. Feeding psychologically, this tenacious monster's very existence depends entirely on its host; much in the same way as a parasite…

Added by Petrina Burman on June 24, 2016 at 8:14pm — No Comments

My Nursing story is at and End

I no longer have a nursling. I was very lucky to be able to continue nursing my youngest as long as I did, just over 2 years. YAY. I do have mixed feelings about it though. Nursing definitely wasn't something that came easy and I haven't always wanted to nurse my babies.

With my first our nursing relationship was a…


Added by Julia on March 22, 2010 at 1:54pm — No Comments

Mom Shares Her Struggle with Postpartum Depression

My friend Heidi shares her deeply personal story about fighting postpartum depression. Can you give her some love and leave a comment?

Added by Ria on February 25, 2009 at 1:17am — 1 Comment

More thoughts on PPD

More thoughts on PPD

I have learned through my ND that I often stress my adrenal glands, and when I do that I crave sugar and caffeine, am in a constant state of anxiety and cannot sleep. To “deal with this” I tend to eat less food and more sugar and to drink coffee at all hours of the day. This in turn increases my anxiety and makes it harder to sleep. The first time this happened was after I moved with my 11-month-old daughter. Our second move since her birth.

Shortly after the move… Continue

Added by Cailin Yates on June 30, 2008 at 6:22am — No Comments

Estrogen Dominance may play a role in Post Partum Depression

Estrogen Dominance and PPD

Estrogen dominance and depression:

According to Sherrill Sellman depression is a symptom made worse by Estrogen Dominance..

Dr. Sellman, page 99, “After delivery, the placenta-derived progestereone is suddenly gone. Since the adrenals are the primary source of progesterone at that time, if they are exhausted there would be insufficient progesterone producesd. Remember that progesterone is a natural anti-depressan.

Many women experience depression… Continue

Added by Cailin Yates on June 23, 2008 at 10:16pm — 1 Comment

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