There are several remedial measures available for depression that are considered safe for both mother and the breastfeeding baby. Incorporate the following into your care plan: • Bright Light Therapy: This treatment involves the use of light boxes that are commercially available. Use UV screened light boxes with 10,000 lux illumination for half an hour within 10 minutes of waking. • Aromatherapy: Aromatherapy helps alleviate the effects of postpartum depression. The most commonly used essential oils for treating this condition include jasmine, bergamot, lavender, rose, sandalwood, and ylang ylang. • Massage Therapy: Massage therapy provides short-term improvements in stress and mood during the postpartum period. • Reiki, counseling, and psychotherapy (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).
How is treatment for postpartum depression? My sister recently have baby and suffering from condition. Doctor said we needto start cure process fast to control situation. Please help.
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