Regain your Hormonal Balance Post Pregnancy

Regain your Hormonal Balance Post Pregnancy

You might be thinking that all your health problems have come to an end after birthing your baby but in reality, the game of hormones is still on. The joy of having your baby comes with a bunch of health problems while your body undergoes turmoil of hormonal turbulence.

It is common in women to observe sudden mood swings, irritation, anxiety, stress, depression and what not. Here at IFC, a top-rated gynecology clinic in India, we are today going to share a few tips that will help you to bring your hormones back on track but first, let’s read about hormonal changes after delivery.

The estrogen hormone is majorly responsible for feeling of uneasiness or discomfort in women post birth. This may cause conditions of sudden weight gain, depression, mood swings and severe cramps during menstruation.

When a woman is pregnant, her placenta produces high levels of progesterone. Once the woman delivers her baby, the progesterone hormone levels drop all of a sudden. Also, high estrogen levels elevate chances of postpartum Thyroiditis in women.

Easy Tips to achieve hormonal balance

1. Regular Exercise

Light exercises and walking daily and other exercises such as squats and resistance exercises are recommended. You can walk every day for at least 30 minutes.

2. Avoid White Foods

Avoid eating white foods such as bread, pasta and rice. Eat fibre-rich foods as it helps removing unwanted toxins and keeping you fit and active during the day. Also, eat green-leafy vegetables, red meat, nuts, pulses and lots of milk.

3. Cut down on caffeine

Caffeinated drinks or foods lead to rise in Cortisol hormone levels that affects your thyroid gland functioning.

4. Taking Necessary Supplements

Add nutrition supplements to your diet such as Omega-3s, MACA and evening primrose oil for better hormonal control. It is advised that you take these supplements only when prescribed by your doctor.

5. Proper rest

Take enough rest and sleep to keep away stress. In case of high stress levels, cortisol hormone increases leading to hormonal imbalance.

Closing Thoughts

The body of new mother is in a state of major psychological and physiological transitional phase and hormonal levels i.e estrogen, progesterone and prolactin play a vital role at this stage. The estrogen and progesterone levels which are very high during pregnancy, her menstrual cycle remains irregular for a couple of months. So these postpartum changes are responsible for alterations in her daily lifestyle and hence, she should follow the above tips and take good care of herself.

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