Feeling Sad? Here Are Most Common Causes ...

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Everyone has times in their life when they feel sad.

Whether it’s due to a breakup, a death in the family or something else, this is entirely normal.

However, sometimes, sadness can take over and make you feel less than great for no apparent reason.

At least to you.

Most of the time, there is some underlying cause of your sadness.2

Once you know what it is, you can work to treat it.

Here are some common causes of sadness that may be tripping you up.

1. New Motherhood

You have a brand new and adorable baby, so what could you possibly have to be sad about?

Becoming a new mom brings with it a myriad of emotions.

Throw in the hormone fluctuations that occur after delivery and you have a sure fire recipe for feeling down.

I’ve been there myself.

Luckily, treatment can really help and time will balance things out too.

See your doctor right away because the baby blues can progress to postpartum depression, which is dangerous.

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