Podcast: Exhausted Mum Syndrome And Post Natal Depletion In Dads (or partners)

July 20, 2021 1 min read

 

In this episode we cover

  • Postnatal Depletion or Exhausted Mum Syndrome, what do these terms mean?
  • Symptoms of postnatal depletion
  • The lesser-known reasons why mums are exhausted postpartum and beyond
  • Who is at increased risk of PND
  • Can PND or Exhausted Mum Syndrome be prevented?
  • Baby brain - we address the reprogramming that happens to the mother's brain and the role it serves
  • Postnatal Depletion for Dads or partners - is this a thing? What causes postnatal depletion in men (or partners)? Are the partners commonly forgotten about?
  • Strategies we can implement to help mum and dad avoid or resolve postnatal depletion or burnt in parents or couples with several kids


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