The condition of personality disorder Obsessive Compulsive disorder / OCD will make new mothers easily restless and sink, sometimes even affecting thoughts that are not easily controlled, causing breast milk not smooth. Basically obsessive compulsive disorder is a disorder that leads to psychological anxiety, difficult to control in thinking. Initially, this stage of anxiety disorder can be controlled, but over time it will increase and cause compulsive behavior in new mothers.
Causes that are thought to cause excessive anxiety behavior disorder in new mothers include genetic and psychosocial factors. One of the psychological issues is getting used to behavior in overcoming anxiety so that it is a mental defense mechanism that can cause anxiety. In a study found that a new mother who gave birth will experience compulsive disorder on a mild to severe stage. Obsessive compulsive personality disorders experienced by 11% experienced approximately 2-6 weeks after delivery.
Here’s how to treat new mothers with Obsessive Compulsive disorder:
- Give confidence to yourself that the fear, anxiety and anxiety you experience will only make the situation worse, reduce breast milk and make your mother’s health condition unfit and unhealthy.
- Excessive worry will result in loss of concentration so that you as a career woman cannot focus properly on her job. So it is recommended that you entrust the handling of your baby to a parent or caregiver.
- Tell your husband about the concerns that are bothering you so that you find a way out by way of discussion together. You can ask your husband for help to make sure that the baby’s condition will be fine, not as bad as you think.
- The worries experienced by new mothers can come from responsibilities that they fear cannot be fulfilled, so it is important to divide roles in caring for your child. For those of you who work, you can share roles with your husband. Likewise with the nanny while you are outside the house.
Worries can happen to those of you who are new mothers, but you should be able to handle it with your own ability that all is a responsibility that can be handled by you with the support of your husband and family. As for those who experience severe disorders, therapy may be carried out in accordance with the condition of new mothers who experience Obsessive Compulsive disorder.