Anxiety during pregnancy is extremely common, I wanted to share some tips that are helping me relieve anxiety during pregnancy.
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Tip #5: Apply a mask
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Tip #7: Read a book
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this was such a helpful video. i'm so sorry your dr shrugged of your anxiety. my obgyn is very supportive and even organizes a support group for other pregnant women with anxiety. i gotta try that tea!
I've only started having anxiety when I was 3months pregnant never had it before doctor said it's globus hystericis (probably spelt wrong ) tightness and closing feeling in my troat . So scary when it happens .. first ever pregnancy so maybe that's why I'm really nervous about birth etc
My entire pregnancy (except for maybe the very first month) has been utterly miserable and rife with virtually every damned thing that could possibly go wrong. I'm so stressed and drained mentally, physically and it's even caused marital problems for me. I don't trust the midwives because they are overusing ultrasound and doppler on me and my husband can't figure out why because he thinks they are harmless despite the 50 Chinese human studies. I feel like my midwives are fearmongering and shit-testing me into allowing an ungodly amount of invasive soundwave monitoring.
I'm so ill from the stress they are causing me that I have decided to mentally CHECK OUT of all decisions and let my husband make 100% of the prenatal decisions from here on out. I cared too much about everything and was constantly researching everything from the contents of ultrasound gels (carcinogens) and cervical creams (bull and pig semen) that are often used without giving warnings to the effects of ultrasound waves on humans and animals from as small as mice to as large as whales (tissue damage, deaths and deformaties).
Meanwhile, he is able to not be concerned at all and play videogames for 60% of his waking day. So, if me or my baby come to harm from all the invasive ultrasounds, doppler heart monitoring and forced procedures like c-section or amniocentesis now, it's on his shoulders for not erring on the side of caution and lack of research, not mine.
thank you so much for your tips! Would the sugar tip include fruit sugars? I have a lot of those. and my biggest problem is nausea and when I drink a lot of water at once it makes it worse and I end up getting anxious about going to work while nauseous, anxious and not sure how to do all that. I'm only 7 weeks too do you have any advice on that?
Thank you so much for your advice! It's so true though I relaxed on the juices and I only drink water and tea once a day (if I feel like it, sometimes I can't) but I noticed the more active I am in my day, the better I feel and my appetite has returned already! YAY! I hope that stays. I took your advice and I have a lot of carbs in my diet so the fruits mixed in with all that I can stomach has really helped. Thank you! For all that you post and the advice you offer, I absolutely love it and the positivity that follows from your videos is insane, it can really turn someone's day around. Many thanks and blessings your way!
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Im so grateful for your channel! You are my role model. It feels nice to know your not the only one going through all the pregnancy motions lol. I am thankfully already in my third trimester but have been feeling stressed from work,school and just being pregnant lol. Thanks for your tips☺
Thank you for sharing. I'm 26 weeks and battle with anxiety during my pregnancy also. I think a lot of it stems from being a first time mom and also from the overwhelming opinions from everyone (even people who have never had kids or been pregnant) on what you should or shouldn't do and how they feel you should raise your baby and the baby isn't even here yet! Lol geez. But these tips I use also and they sure do help a lot!! It's a touchy subject for some, but many women experience anxiety, depression or both during pregnancy and I think if more women like you spoke about their experience, many more women would feel at ease-like "oh, I'm not crazy other women go through it too!" Lol and also to share tips on what works. Thanks for sharing!
I need those PJs ! You look so comfy nice video :) I'm having anxiety as well I'm only 10 weeks I think my hormones are just way off! I was like this with my 1st pregnancy until the morning sickness/no appetite phase went away. I think that's where my anxiety is coming from me not eating my regular foods but I'm trying to stay healthy!
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