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|作者：英语点津 文章来源：China Daily-Words and Stories 点击数：56 更新时间：2017/3/15|
They are already considered a super-food.
But now it seems that blueberries may have another brilliant benefit - by blocking the cause of so-called baby blues.
A new study found that the fruit's amino acids, tryptophan and tyrosine, can compensate for the surge in a protein after giving birth, which cuts the level of ‘feel-good hormones’ in the brain.
Mood swings after the birth of a baby are not uncommon. While the “baby blues” are the least severe form of postpartum depression, it is important not to ignore the changes that are happening in your body.
Post-partum blues are common and usually resolve 10 days after giving birth, but when they are intense, the risk of post-partum depression increases four-fold.
Post-natal depression, also known as post-partum depression, affects more than one in every five new mothers and usually starts within the first month of after childbirth - though it can appear any time in the first year.
Many women do not realise they have it because it can develop gradually and often goes undetected and untreated.
Many women feel confused about struggling with sadness after the joyous event of adding a new baby to the family and often don’t talk about it. But talking about these emotions, changes, and challenges is one of the best ways to cope with the “baby blues”.
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