Affinity of Women’s Depression with Bulesis Self-Help Regulations in the Postpartum Period

Lyudmyla Moskalyova , Svitlana Rudyk , Svitlana Podplota , Olena Dolgova , Svitlana Litvynenko , Nataliya Kukharchuk

Abstract

The article deals with the main symptom complex of indicators of postpartum depression and their connection with mechanisms of voluntary self-regulation in women in the postpartum period. For the homogeneity of the sample, 23 women at the ages from 27 to 36 were selected to check whether the appearance of signs of depressive states is connected with a weak will sphere. During the study, it was found that women in the postpartum period significantly reduced the rate of aggressiveness. Thus, a woman tries to be a good mother and defends the child from bed behavior. But the effect of this mechanism leads to a decrease in the indicators of other mechanisms that a woman needs for healthy and proper functioning in the difficult period of looking after a newborn child. The authors present the results of the study and highlight the main partial indicators of depression, which allow working with women in the postnatal period, based on the mechanisms of voluntary self-regulation.


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Vancouver
Moskalyova L, Rudyk S, Podplota S, Dolgova O, Litvynenko S, Kukharchuk N. Affinity of Women’s Depression with Bulesis Self-Help Regulations in the Postpartum Period. Int j pharm res allied sci. 2021;10(2):55-61. https://doi.org/10.51847/bWdFKJTKFw
APA
Moskalyova, L., Rudyk, S., Podplota, S., Dolgova, O., Litvynenko, S., & Kukharchuk, N. (2021). Affinity of Women’s Depression with Bulesis Self-Help Regulations in the Postpartum Period. International Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research And Allied Sciences, 10(2),55-61. https://doi.org/10.51847/bWdFKJTKFw