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The essential guide to postnatal depression

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Half of all Western women suffer from the ‘baby blues’; this is fairly common and usually occurs during the first week following the birth and may only last a day. Postnatal depression on the other hand is experienced by 1 in 10 women within the first few weeks of giving birth. It can last for up to a year after the baby has been born and can be treated in a variety of ways.

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ISBN: 978-1-91084-364-2
Series editor: Robert Duffy
Size: 205mm x 195mm
Binding: Softback
Publication date: Feb 2018
Readership: Mothers, fathers, family members, professionals.

RRP: £9.99
Pages: 112 (approx)

Synopsis

Half of all Western women suffer from the ‘baby blues’; this is fairly common and usually occurs during the first week following the birth and may only last a day. Postnatal depression on the other hand is experienced by 1 in 10 women within the first few weeks of giving birth. It can last for up to a year after the baby has been born and can be treated in a variety of ways.

Written by someone with first-hand experience of postnatal depression, this book aims to be authoritative, comforting and hopeful. It will focus on coping strategies for day-to-day life, how to approach your treatment and where to find support. Each chapter is standalone so readers can dip in and out, making it useful for partners and family members as well.

The Essential Guide to Postnatal Depression will include case studies from women who have overcome postnatal depression, partners’ accounts of the condition and input from health professionals who have specialist knowledge of postnatal depression. The important thing to remember is that postnatal depression is a temporary illness; this book aims to help families struggling with postnatal depression by giving them the information and support to rise above the illness and create a balanced and happy homelife.

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