5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Postpartum Depression (Mamacare Health)

Although we know that some expectant mothers are predisposed to depression, there’s no way to know for sure who will experience PPD after giving birth—and with about 10% to 20% of new mothers experiencing postpartum depression (PPD), it’s natural to worry about your own risk.

But the good news? There are ways to reduce your risk of PPD—and even if you’re not concerned about postpartum depression, these strategies are sure to benefit you in those challenging first months with a new baby.

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