Why do expectant mothers usually get angry, irritable and cranky? This emotional change during pregnancy is because of the hormonal changes. Your anger bouts will have negative effects on your unborn baby (low birth-weight) and will result in miscarriage or complications during delivery.
Every woman has a unique body type and this holds true for pregnany too. It is natural for a woman to exhibit unusual emotions such as agitation and anger at unexpected times during this period. The undergoing hormonal changes not only contribute to short temper, but are responsible for physical changes such as nausea, swollen feet, fatigue, headaches, tender breasts, insomnia, constipation and heartburn.
In order to deal with anger, expectant mothers need to ascertain the following.
If you are finding it difficult to manage your anger, seeking professional help is advisable.
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