Stress is a reality for all of us. Everyone struggles with stress related to their job, finances or relationships. But when you’re pregnant you can face additional stressors.
For instance, you might worry about your baby’s health, which is actually one of the most common stressors in pregnancy, according to Christina G. Hibbert, PsyD, a clinical psychologist and expert in postpartum mental health.
You might also get stressed out about getting ready for your baby’s arrival, she said. And if you’ve experienced problems with your current pregnancy or a previous miscarriage, you might be feeling especially anxious.
Below, Hibbert shared effective ways moms-to-be can cope with stress.
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