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A woman who has recently lost her baby may be experiencing a lot of anxiety and stress, which can be harmful to her emotionally and physically. However, she must control her anxiety in order to avoid complications during her next pregnancy.
Here are ways for dealing with anxiety following a stillbirth
1 Get Enough Sleep
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Anxiety and stress can disrupt your sleep patterns and make you feel anxious. As a result, you must make every effort to get a decent night's sleep. You can listen to some relaxing music before going to bed. Before going to bed, you can also do some mild yoga or meditation. Sleep deprivation makes you more anxious, therefore it's critical to get enough rest.
2 Express your fears
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It's perfectly acceptable to be terrified when trying for pregnancy after a stillbirth but it's not acceptable to keep quiet about it. Make sure you tell your partner, family, or friends about your anxieties. If something is bothering you, you can also consult a gynecologist.
3 Take each day as it comes
You may be haunted by past delivery experiences, and as your due date approaches, you will be thinking about it more. However, make an effort to divert your attention and try not to focus solely on the delivery. You can focus on activities that relax you like painting, cooking, etc.
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