If the findings of a new study are to be believed, then most of the mothers are at risks of suffering from post-natal depression after the birth of a child.
The above facts have come from an Australian Institute of Health and Welfare survey that was recently performed by a team of researchers over 29,000 mothers. They noticed some common symptoms of stress and anxiety to seek help following the birth of a child in almost 20% of mothers, who have children aged two or younger.
Regarding the above findings, the board president of ACT's post natal depression support group PANDSI, Ms. Marian Currie, said that perinatal depression is existing as a big problem and thus experts must make sure to get some new ways to tackle same. Moreover, this issue must be kept on the agenda to get solutions soon.
''The more we talk about it the more people feel comfortable to come forward,'' Ms Currie said. ''All mental illnesses are stigmatized in our society.''
The findings of the survey were issued claiming that 20 percent mothers in the survey confirmed their symptoms of depression, while eight in 10 women, who are suffering from post-natal depression, had already received treatment.
Young mothers need to be more careful from all such symptoms.
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