Hayden Panettiere had checked herself into a rehab after suffering from Postpartum Depression in October 2015. It all started after the birth of her daughter, when she had experienced the Postpartum Depression for the first time. Hayden said it was something scary, which had to be talked about. She finally got the help she deserved when she checked herself for treatment into a facility few months ago in the month of October, causing her to leave the American musical television series “Nashville” temporary, where she plays the main role of Juliette Barnes. She has been nominated a couple of times for her role of Juliette since debuting in 2012.
Postpartum Depression is also known as postnatal depression. It’s a type of depression which can easily effect both the sexes after the birth of a child. In other words, it’s some kind of illness that usually occurs few months after the birth of a child, and it can also happen after stillbirth and miscarriage. For some ladies it occurs a year later. It does not happen to all the women who have given birth, but only to some of them. Hayden isn’t the only one to have suffered with the Postpartum depression, many celebrities have already suffered from it like Celine Dion, Vanessa Lachey, Gwyneth Palthrow, Bryce Dallas Howard, Alanis Morissette, Jim Carrey, Drew Carey and the list goes on. Anyone can end up having this clinical disease. Emotional issues and Physical changes can lead to Postpartum Depression.
Do you want to know if you’re suffering from Postpartum Depression or not?
Here are some of the :-
Symptoms of Postpartum Depression
-Trouble getting sleep
-Having a hard time bonding with your baby
-Continuous mood swings
-Medications such as Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor – Class of drugs.
-Psychotherapy : is a therapy used for treating the mental conditions and emotional problems. It happens face to face, when a therapist talks to the patient.
Advice for Mothers and Fathers who are suffering from this disease.
If you’re suffering from Postpartum Depression then get help as soon as possibly by checking yourself into a rehab. If you don’t do that, then you may never be able to bond with your child, which can lead to family problems.
Hayden is reportedly feeling great after getting the treatment for the depression.