The Postnatal Depletion Cure

The true cause? A syndrome he calls postnatal depletion. THE POSTNATAL DEPLETION CURE is the first book to name the syndrome and to offer a practical programme to help mothers replenish their bodies after having a baby.

Author: Dr Oscar Serrallach

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 075157337X

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 304

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It's all too common to hear new mums talk about 'baby brain' and extreme fatigue. But what if it wasn't the physical toll of giving birth, breastfeeding or chasing a toddler that was sapping your strength? What it if was something deeper? Dr. Oscar Serallach has spent his medical career witnessing women fail hormonally, nutritionally and emotionally to get back on their feet after having a baby. The true cause? A syndrome he calls postnatal depletion. THE POSTNATAL DEPLETION CURE is the first book to name the syndrome and to offer a practical programme to help mothers replenish their bodies after having a baby. The book includes a comprehensive guide to the nutrients women need to enhance organ function and balance hormones, along with advice on how to maintain a healthy diet and exercise routine and get necessary rest, despite the demands of motherhood. Filled with prescriptive takeaways and many success stories, THE POSTNATAL DEPLETION CURE will help mothers be the best they can be physically and emotionally.

The Postnatal Depletion Cure

If уоu'vе had a child wіthіn thе lаѕt decade, you might ѕtіll bе ѕuffеrіng ѕоmе соnѕеԛuеnсеѕ lеthаrgу, memory disturbances, аnd рооr еnеrgу lеvеlѕ, аmоng оthеr ѕуmрtоmѕ.

Author: Howard Patton, MD




Page: 92

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If уоu'vе had a child wіthіn thе lаѕt decade, you might ѕtіll bе ѕuffеrіng ѕоmе соnѕеԛuеnсеѕ lеthаrgу, memory disturbances, аnd рооr еnеrgу lеvеlѕ, аmоng оthеr ѕуmрtоmѕ. As еxрlаіnеd: The рlасеntа раѕѕеѕ many nutrients tо thе growing bаbу durіng рrеgnаnсу, tарріng іntо thе mоm'ѕ "іrоn, zіnс, vіtаmіn B12, vіtаmіn B9, iodine, and selenium stores аlоng wіth оmеgа 3 fаtѕ lіkе DHA and specific аmіnо асіdѕ frоm рrоtеіnѕ." A mom's brаіn hаѕ bееn ѕhоwn to ѕhrіnk durіng рrеgnаnсу as іt ѕuрроrtѕ thе growth оf thе baby and is socially re-engineered fоr раrеnthооd. Hаvіng ѕреnt mаjоrіtу оf mу саrееr wіtnеѕѕіng thе effects оf рrеgnаnсу, whісh i саllѕ роѕtnаtаl depletion, first-hand, wаtсhіng аѕ wоmеn fail hоrmоnаllу, nutrіtіоnаllу, аnd emotionally tо gеt bасk on thеіr feet аftеr the baby соmеѕ. I became tunеd in tо іt whеn I еnсоuntеrеd a patient nаmеd Suѕаn, a mоthеr оf fіvе сhіldrеn, whо wаѕ ѕо еmасіаtеd and dерlеtеd thаt ѕhе "was vіѕіblу runnіng оn еmрtу." Aftеr аn еxtеnѕіvе visit where he rаn blооdwоrk, аnd proposed nutrіtіоnаl and еmоtіоnаl соunѕеlіng, she looked аt thе сlосk and bolted. And hе didn't ѕее hеr again: Untіl she turned up іn the emergency room wіth рnеumоnіа so evolved thаt ѕhе nееdеd intravenous antibiotics. Shе ѕреnt less than a day, before сhесkіng hеrѕеlf оut аgаіnѕt his orders. Thаt image ѕtuсk wіth mе оf a wоmаn rірріng out аn IV to rush bасk tо her fаmіlу and іtѕ representation оf a mоthеr sublimating аll оf hеr own nееdѕ tо ѕеrvе hеr children.

The Postnatal Depletion Cure

This is a must handbook for every mother who treats their postnatal stage and body vitality with health care as of greater importance.

Author: Oliver Mia




Page: 68

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Postnatal depletion is the huge toll that pregnancy, birth and child care take on mothers. The dictionary definition of 'deplete' is: to decrease seriously or exhaust the abundance or supply of (something). That sums up exactly how postnatal depletion feels. Ten years after having my first baby and five years after having my last baby, my supply of mama energy is exhausted. There's virtually nothing left to scrape from the bottom of the barrel.Most mothers have experienced pain, forgetfulness, indecision, low energy levels, moodiness, or some form of baby brain. And it's no wonder: The process of growing a baby depletes a mother's body in substantial ways--on average, a mother's brain shrinks 5% during pregnancy, and the placenta saps her of essential nutrients that she needs to be healthy and contented. But with postnatal care ending after 6 weeks, most women never learn how to rebuild their strength and care for their bodies after childbirth. As a result, they can suffer from the effects of depletion for many years, without knowing what's wrong as well as getting the support and treatments that they need. This is a must handbook for every mother who treats their postnatal stage and body vitality with health care as of greater importance.

Postnatal Depletion Cure

This book will show you a complete guide to rebuilding Health for Mothers of Newborns and Everything you need to know about postnatal depletion.

Author: Cinthia Bickers

Publisher: Independently Published



Page: 46

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Postnatal depletion is a physical and mental deterioration caused not just by the process of giving birth and breastfeeding, but by the stresses and strains of modern parenthood. There is an epidemic that is going on. It is estimated that one out of every two mothers is affected by it. No one is talking about it, but a lot of women feel it. Intense fatigue, emotional fluctuations, memory issues, hormonal and other health complications, which for some, can be debilitating and even life-threatening. This book will show you a complete guide to rebuilding Health for Mothers of Newborns and Everything you need to know about postnatal depletion.

Society for Neuroscience Abstracts

Continued treatment until P3 maintained this depletion , and few NA fibers were
visualized in the dLGN until the second postnatal week . By day 8 , the
innervation resembled that of the control PO animal . The number of fibers
continued to ...

Author: Society for Neuroscience. Annual Meeting



Category: Neurobiology

Page: 1414

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Prenatal Diagnosis

Finally , fetal therapy may prevent early clinical manifestations of the disease and
avoid the complications of postnatal therapy ... This survival advantage could
result in peripheral amplification of engraftment and possibly adequate levels of
mixed chimerism to cure the disease . ... 37 Fortunately , current methods of bone
marrow enrichment allow nearly a complete depletion of T - cells while producing
a ...

Author: Mark I. Evans

Publisher: McGraw-Hill


Category: Medical

Page: 767

View: 880


The Unborn Patient

In addition , in utero transplantation allows treatment before the fetus has been
damaged by the underlying disease . ... For diseases that require a high
percentage of donor cells , a promising strategy is to induce tolerance in utero for
subsequent postnatal booster injections from a living relative . ... depleted from
the graft by a variety of techniques , but this decreases the efficiency of
engraftment .

Author: Michael Richard Harrison

Publisher: Saunders


Category: Fetus

Page: 709

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This popular reference returns in the 3rd Edition with an exciting new focus entirely committed to fetal therapy. Leading authorities from around the world provide comprehensive management strategies for several dozen diseases that can now be detected in utero. Each disease is covered in its own chapter providing all of the exciting new options in prenatal and postnatal treatment. Coverage includes updated information on pathophysiology and the technical aspects of treatment. This content also provides excellent teaching material for families considering or undergoing treatment. The only textbook on the fetus as patient focussing entirely on fetal therapy. Extensively revised chapters present the very latest techniques. Coverage of Fetendo surgerywith complete descriptions of the technical innovations since the last edition. Chapters on intervention techniques including open surgery, Fetendo surgery, and catheters and shunts. New chapterson maternal safety and tocolysis, tissue engineering, stem cell transplantation, gene therapy, robotics in surgery, homeobox genes, myelo-meningocele, fetal MRI, preterm labor, and postnatal follow-up and outcomes for infants undergoing fetal intervention. International authorship by world authorities in perinatology and pediatric surgery Outstanding new illustration program containing new line drawings, photographs, and informative cartoons perfect for use in talks and presentations.

Yonsei Medical Journal

1 1 The Fetal Wound Healing : A Review Department of Plastic ... ethical
considerations of the fetus as a patient ) 105 or 107 disorders not cured by
postnatal BMT , diseases that have no selective ... sources of donor cells ( rather
than fetal liver ) with careful screening for infectious disease , and scrupulous T -
cell depletion .




Category: Medicine


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Clinical Management of Head Neck and TMJ Pain and Dysfunction

A Multi-disciplinary Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment Harold Gelb ... that
although the form of a joint is established genetically in prenatal life , it is altered
frequently by function during the postnatal period . ... the occurrence of TMJ
remodeling and arthrosis is probably higher in those individuals with depleted
dentitions .

Author: Harold Gelb

Publisher: Ishiyaku EuroAmerica, Incorporated


Category: Head

Page: 637

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Blood Diseases of Infancy and Childhood

It would seem that pica can be cured by the administration of iron , but a
permanent cure is dependent on the maintenance of adequate hemoglobin
levels . ... To maintain a normal postnatal oxyhemoglobin content of the blood ,
there is no need for elevated hemoglobin levels so ... the supply of this mineral
becomes depleted unless the stores are replenished by exogenous iron from an
adequate diet .

Author: Carl Henry Smith



Category: Hématologie pédiatrique

Page: 874

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AIDS and Chinese Medicine

Qi Ji ( Exhaustion of Vital Energy ) An obvious indication that qi ( vital energy )
has become depleted is difficulty in ... Because diseases of the five solid organs
interact with each other , it is important to diagnose and cure the disease of any
one of them before it affects the others . ... For example , since pi ( spleen ) is the
postnatal source of qi ( vital energy ) , a disease originating in fei ( lung ) and
shen ...

Author: Qingcai Zhang

Publisher: Keats Publishing


Category: AIDS (Disease)

Page: 242

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Mit dem Untertitel "Anwendung der ältesten Medizin auf die neuste Krankheit" stellt sich gleich eine Frage: Braucht es für eine neue Krankheit nicht auch eine neue Medizin? Die Autoren (ein Arzt und ein Apotheker) verneinen das, denn sie haben auch keine Medizin gegen Aids an und für sich. Die traditionelle chinesische Medizin kennt aber viele Heilmittel, die erfolgreich gegen Krankheiten wirken, welche letztlich das Bild von Aids bestimmen, z.B. Pilzinfektionen, Hepatitis oder Lungenentzündung. Die traditionelle chinesische Medizin gründet auf Prinzipien, die kaum etwas mit unserer Schulmedizin gemeinsam haben. Der Mensch gilt bei den Chinesen als geschlossenes System, das durch den Fluss von Säften und Kräften gesteuert wird. Es werden deshalb nicht einzelne Organe betrachtet, sondern die Gesamtheit des Menschen. Das bedeutet z.B. auch, dass man nicht nur ein Virus bekämpfen will, sondern gleichzeitig auch das Immunsystem stärken. Als Hilfsmittel steht ein reicher Schatz von chinesischen Kräutermixturen zur Verfügung. Sie werden von den Autoren ausführlich beschrieben. Das Buch ist aber trotzdem keine Do-it-yourself-Anleitung. Es braucht nämlich Spezialisten, um die richtige Diagnose zu stellen, und eine chinesische Apotheke, um das entsprechende Präparat herzustellen. Wenn das alles stimmt, können die chinesischen Ärzte Resultate vorweisen, die sich durchaus mit unserer Medizin messen können.

DK Encyclopedia of Healing Therapies

... therapy 133 Culpeper , Nicholas 134 cupping ( acupuncture ) 92 , 93 cure ,
laws of ( homeopathy ) 126 cuts & bruises ... addictions depleted immune system
309 depression 292 effect on immune system & health 19 postnatal 269
seasonal ...

Author: Anne Woodham

Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)

ISBN: 9780789419842

Category: Alternative medicine

Page: 336

View: 142

More than 90 key therapies: Features every type of therapy, from acupuncture to yoga, with details of how each one works and step-by-step photographs of typical treatment The best treatment options: Highlights the most effective ways to treat more than 200 health problems, from asthma to high blood pressure, in an easy-to-consult ailments section Unique ratings system: At-a-glance ratings, based on the latest scientific research, evaluate individual therapies and highlight their suitability for different ailments Definitive reference guide: Authoritatively written by a respected health author with a leading doctor and complementary practitioner, in conjunction with a team of specialists.

Program for the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Reproduction

Pregnancy also caused depletion of C class I in the uterus ( temporarily , during
implantation ) ... During postnatal estrogenization , a ere inflammation developed
in the oviduct and persisted in the adult iales . Until rats reached immunological
... On the other hand , high doses of gesterone might prevent effect of estrogens
and help to cure onic inflammations in the reproductive tract . 208 TRANSFER OF

Author: Society for the Study of Reproduction



Category: Reproduction


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Includes "Abstracts of papers presented at the annual meeting."

Federation Proceedings

Rats cured of poorly immunogenić 13762A by a combination of surgery and
cyclophosphamide treatments produced peritoneal exudate cells ... I cell
depletion prior to tumor challenge allowed PEC inhibition of 1 and 14 day tumors
, but not 21 day tumors . ... To determine more precisely the quantitative effect on
T cells , we measured , in progeny ( fetal and postnatal ) and mother , cell
numbers ( CN ) in ...




Category: Biochemistry


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Physicians Desk Reference to Pharmaceutical Specialties and Biologicals

Although this alteration of glucose metabolism with agoft tissues . method of
treatment can ameliorate symp - gravation of diabetes ... can cause or whom
treatment with oral medication etc. , immobilization may often be avoided protein
depletion and myopathy , s not feasible . ... severity of the iuresis may occur when
patients are duce temporary postnatal hypoadrenalism condition , the response
obtained ...




Category: Biological products


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Physicians Desk Reference Supplements 2004

Decreased fertility was not observed with shorter treatment periods,
corresponding to exposure in utero through the early ... Reversible reductions in
sperm motility and altered sperm morphology were observed in rats treated from
postnatal day 22 to 35. ... Lymphoid depletion occurred in thymus, lymph nodes,
and spleen.

Author: PDR Staff

Publisher: Physician's Desk Reference (PDR)

ISBN: 9781563634734

Category: Medical

Page: 400

View: 684

provides important updates between annual editions of PDR; sold as a set with Supplement A publishing in July and Supplement B publishing in September.

Clinical Biochemical and Nutritional Aspects of Trace Elements

At a time of clinical cure " when total serum protein and albumin levels were
normal , in Cairo and Pretoria , plasma zinc ... positive zinc balance in early
postnatal life and a " dilutional ” effect of rapid growth , may contribute to zinc
depletion in ...

Author: Ananda Shiva Prasad

Publisher: Alan R. Liss


Category: Arsenic

Page: 577

View: 894

Human Gene Therapy

T cell depletion will reduce the chance of successful window was 60 to 80 days of
pregnancy ; at 100 days , GVHD but reduce the percentage of chimerism as well .
... chance of unintended transduction of target cells than period had already
passed . in post natal gene transduction . ... The first experiment was to treat bare
lymphocyte It is easier to expand the fetal hepatocytes in tissue culture syndrome




Category: Gene therapy


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Drug Information Handbook for Advanced Practice Nursing

Foscarnet is not a cure for the disease ; progression may occur during or
following therapy . ... feeding Issues : The CDC recommends not to breast - feed if
diagnosed with HIV to avoid postnatal transmission of the virus . ... Careful blood
pressure monitoring ( hypotension can occur especially in volume depleted
patients ) .

Author: Beatrice B. Turkoski

Publisher: Lexi Comp

ISBN: 9781591950295

Category: Medical

Page: 1715

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