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Most women who suffer from postpartum depression can identify better with panic attacks rather than the actual depression. Actually, after anxiousness lifts, the depression frequently makes itself known, its symptoms being masked by the anxiousness. Panic attacks and general anxiety associated with postpartum depression are the most treatable forms of anxiety. So, do not let that become a problem to you. There is no need to worry. Below is how to handle postpartum depression panic attacks.

Are you experiencing panic attacks right now? Physical symptoms of panic are rapid heartbeat, sweating or horripilations, worrying, sickness, and most especially, the feeling that something terrible is about to take place or that something is very wrong. Being home alone can also trigger panic attacks. Some women are afraid for their children if they are home alone and just fear having a panic attack while home alone with them. Your attack may be a symptom of obsessive-compulsive disorder. The most common fear is that you are going to go brainsick or crazy and hurt your child and so you are highly afraid to be alone with them.

An obsessive-compulsive disorder symptom in postpartum depression usually means you think scarey thoughts. I envisaged myself hurting my child since it is generally believed that depressed women hurt their children. I would be highly afraid to be at home with him alone because I thought I was going brainsick and was incompetent. It is not true, because going crazy in most women’s minds means you have become psychotic. Postpartum psychosis is not a grievous form of postpartum depression and one can never become the other. If you imagine yourself being brainsick and hurting your child, remember, as long as you continue having that imagination, you are just suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Obsessive-compulsive disorder thinking can trigger panic attacks all by themselves. Other scary thoughts that come from obsessive-compulsive disorder are that you really are going crazy (which, naturally, you are not), that you will never recover from postpartum depression (which is the most treatable from of depression), or that you will never get your life back. These feelings are also part of discouragement and hopelessness, which is a normal part of postpartum depression. Remind yourself that this is just a impermanent feeling that you are having because your body is recovering from a hormonal/chemical imbalance and that your scary thoughts are simply a symptom of the imbalance, not proof that you are brainsick or crazy.

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