Postnatal Depression

Video: Postnatal Depression in Mums & Dads

Postnatal Depression (PND) can affect both parents. Mums and dads share their experiences of PND, discussing symptoms and how to get help, too

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Postnatal Depression in Mums & Dads

Viewing time: 3m 33s


What you’ll learn: 

  • The adjustment to life with a new baby can take it’s toll on parents’ mental health
  • Sleep deprivation can contribute to PND so reach out for support before it becomes worse
  • There are certain signs of PND that it’s important to be aware of
  • Having a baby is one of the biggest changes in a parent’s life and that can be overwhelming to one or both parents
  • Being a parent can be very difficult and challenging. Asking for help can make all the difference for you and baby

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