Dealing with hormonal shifts after having a baby can be exhausting and frustrating.
And figuring out what’s normal and what’s not so normal can be complicated – especially when you’re dealing with sleep deprivation, not having time to eat (or eat well) and figuring out how best to take care of your new roomie.
It may feel like you’re swimming in some heavy emotions and trying to not drown under your fatigue.
That’s why I asked Dr. Bri Botsford to come chat with us about postpartum hormones and what we need to know – including what’s normal, what’s not normal and realistic steps we can take (even as busy moms) to help our hormones balance out naturally.
If you suspect you’re dealing with some hormonal imbalances after baby this is a must-watch (or listen – click the link below the video to listen to the audio version).
One of the key takeaways from this conversation is that you absolutely have the power to advocate for your health and seek out the support you need. Because you don’t have to just deal with it. You can get help and the right people on your team to start taking care of whatever symptoms and issues you’ve got going on.
If you’re struggling and looking for a practitioner to help, don’t hesitate to reach out to Bri and ask for a recommendation in your area.
After you watch the video we’d love to hear from you in the comments below.
What was your biggest takeaway from this conversation? What steps are you going to take to help re-balance your hormones?
Thank you so much for watching and sharing your thoughts. I loved this conversation and hope you did too.
If you have some mama friends who could use some realistic tips to help feel less exhausted and more in balance, please share this post with them.
Enjoy exploring the bliss of more balanced hormones and I’ll catch you soon.