Post Pregnancy

New Born Care


Raising a baby, especially for the first time, is both exciting and challenging. For first time parents, there are new challenges each day. While children do not come with an “owner’s manual”, these sessions on baby care can provide valuable tips on how to handle these challenges as they come up in a way that reduces stress for the parent and the child

The most common queries on new born care are:


  • New born behavior
  • Handling premature babies
  • Calming sleeping solutions
  • Baby Massage techniques
  • Better breastfeeding techniques

Mostly, these are 1:1 sessions of duration 30 minutes. Please call us and book your appointments.


Postpartum Depression (PPD)


As a new mom, you face a lot of challenges getting used to life with a newborn. You’re also probably dealing with lack of sleep, new responsibilities, or even breast pain if you’re nursing. And what about the deep emotional pain that comes after childbirth and won’t let up?

It’s the type of depression you may get after you have a baby. It can start any time during your baby’s first year, but it’s most common for you to start to feel its effects during the first 3 weeks after birth.

Postpartum depression doesn’t just affect first-time moms. You can get it even if you didn’t have it when your other children were born.


Why Do You Get It?


There are many causes, including:

  • Hormones: Your hormone levels rise when you’re pregnant. After your baby is born, they drop suddenly. This quick change can trigger depression in some women.
  • History of depression: If you’ve had depression before, or it runs in your family, you may be more likely to have postpartum depression.
  • Stress and problems: If you didn’t want to be pregnant, or your partner and family don’t help you care for your baby, you’re more likely to become depressed as a new mom.

Mostly, these are 1:1 sessions of duration 30 minutes. Please call us and book your appointments.