Mother's feelings on unborn child...4

Mother's feelings on unborn child...4

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6.....Depression during Pregnancy 5
Research by Scientists::Children whose mothers were depressed only during their preschool years had the greatest level of behavioral and emotional problems, while kids whose mothers were only depressed during pregnancy didn't have any difficulties in these areas.
Women with chronic depression, whether moderate or more severe, had kids with some emotional or behavioral issues, the study found.
The results add to a growing body of research linking maternal depression to developmental problems in their children, said Erika Forbes, a child psychology researcher at the University of Pittsburgh. Generally, though, children are more at risk when families have other problems such as financial hardship or marital stress, Forbes, who wasn't involved in the current study, said by email.
The heightened risk experienced by preschoolers in the study suggests that the timing of maternal depression also plays a role in child development, Forbes said.
The above words are expressed by Scientists...I wish to bring to your notice so that you will take care of your self and your unborn child......

7.....Depression during Pregnancy 6
Research by Scientists:::"During preschool, children's increasing independence but less-than-optimal self-control can make it especially challenging for mothers (or any caregivers) to set limits, grant autonomy and resolve conflicts," she said. "If mothers are depressed, they might find themselves too exhausted or emotionally taxed to engage in the kind of vigorous parenting that preschoolers tend to need."
While many women may experience what's commonly called "baby blues" for a few weeks after giving birth as they adjust to life with a new infant, symptoms that don't go away or that keep women from caring for their babies or engaging in normal activities might be depression, said David Bridgett, director of the Emotion Regulation and Temperament Laboratory at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.
Medication or therapy may help ease symptoms of depression, but mothers might also need help learning new ways of interacting with their children, Bridgett, who wasn't involved in the study, said by email.
"Depression can affect parent-child interactions, which in turn, may be one way that maternal depression affects children," he said. "Because we know that children of mothers who are depressed are at higher risk of behavioral and emotional problems, they may need treatment as well."
So far I brought to your notice about Depression of Mother on unborn child by Scientists research. I told U many times that your Mind is the main cause of defective births. Before and after pregnancy the couple should be happy and healthy till Delivery. No use If you feel about child birth...Prevention is always better..I wish U to have Healthy child..

My advise 
1...  Every couple before conceiving should develop positive thinking
2...  Every couple if they  require a healthy child should dream about their would be child as Healthy and brilliant.
3...  They should follow healthy habits, healthy food etc... till delivery
4...  Drink sufficient water 
5..   Wait for healthy child

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