POST-PARTUM DEPRESSION

An investigation in 2013 revealed that as many as 1 in every 7 women suffers post-partum depression.  The study, published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry, found that among women followed for a year after delivery, some 22 percent had been depressed.

Unlike the “baby blues” which consists of being anxious and stressed, post-partum depression doesn’t generally go away on its own. It can appear days or even months after delivering a baby and can last for many weeks or months if left untreated.

If you remember how good it felt as a child to go to the beach, then you’ll easily understand how Salt Therapy treatment can help with post-partum depression. It is said that 45 minutes in a salt chamber or room is equal to being at the beach for 3 days. The negative ionization of the atmosphere can leave one feeling invigorated, rejuvenated and with a positive attitude.


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