3. How to balance hormones after pregnancy
If you’re feeling like you’re struggling with how to balance hormones after pregnancy, you’re not alone. The week following delivery and immediately postpartum, your estrogen and progesterone levels will plummet – and it can feel really, really hard at times.
“You’ll feel those rollercoaster-like symptoms and emotions begin to even out as you start to get into the swing of things postpartum.
Pay attention around the six-week mark because that’s when postpartum depression symptoms can begin to show. Symptoms like not wanting to focus on your hygiene, the fear of leaving your baby with somebody else, the inability to sleep fully, and many more.
Two to three months postpartum is when you can expect your hormones to reset to pre-pregnancy levels. It’s really important that you take supplements to support your mood, nourish your body, and help with sleep, energy, stress and immunity.”