How to detect that you have postpartum depression
Since I was born, I started to feel bad and lost my temper. I was tired and no one understood that no one understood. How do I know if I have postpartum depression?
People with postpartum depression often feel that they are mentally uncomfortable, anxious or sluggish, often angry or sad for a little thing, or a few days without saying anything, not eating or drinking.
Patients with postpartum depression are in an abnormally fatigued or weak state, have poor sleep or severe insomnia, and are always drowsy during the day.
Patients with postpartum depression usually have a strong sense of inferiority, often involuntarily over-representing themselves, being very unconfident as a mother, and developing into a lack of confidence in anything.
If you have postpartum depression, it is best to go to the hospital for treatment.