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Elmbridge BC 21h
If you're not already active, try building some form of physical routine into your daily life, such as housework or gardening. Exercise lifts your mood!
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The Hampshire and Isle of Wight CCGs Sep 26
Looking after a small baby can sometimes feel like an isolating experience, but you’re not alone. Make sure you access support from family, friends, or online support groups.
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NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG 1h
Pregnancy and birth can trigger depression in some women. If you’re worried, talk to your GP or midwife and they can discuss your treatment options. More at:
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Healthy Surrey Sep 25
Exercise releases endorphins that will lift your mood. This can reduce stress and it’s good for your unborn baby too. Find out more ➡️
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NHS East Berkshire CCG Sep 27
Stress can have a huge impact on fertility and it can also lower libido. Make sure you find time to do whatever it is that helps you to relax; before, during and after pregnancy. Find out more here
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The Hampshire and Isle of Wight CCGs Sep 29
Are you taking medication for your mental health? Don’t just stop taking it if you are, or plan to be, pregnant. Talk to your GP about options for you and your baby.
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NHS Surrey Heath CCG Sep 24
It’s good to talk. During pregnancy, some women may feel more vulnerable and anxious, and develop depression. It helps to talk about your feelings.
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The Hampshire and Isle of Wight CCGs Sep 24
Good mental health before, during, and after pregnancy is as important as your physical health. Make sure that you make time to look after yourself.
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Elmbridge BC Sep 23
Take time out for yourself every day. Take a warm bath, chill out to some music, close your eyes, gently massage your bump – whatever makes you feel peaceful.
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GuildfordBC Sep 22
Stroking your pet’s fur can help calm the nervous system. Make sure you find time to do whatever it is that helps you to relax, before, during and after pregnancy. Visit >
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FrimleyHealth&CareICS Sep 29
Exercise daily to keep your mind and body in good health if you’re planning a pregnancy. You don’t even have to leave your house to do it! Find out more here
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NHS Creative 48m
New graphics for the campaign starts tomorrow
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OUH Sep 22
Getting ? During pregnancy you may feel vulnerable and anxious - looking after a small baby can feel isolating too. Try online support groups as well as family/friends. It's good to talk.
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