It is normal to feel a bit stressed during pregnancy, but if this stress continues and causes increased levels of anxiety and depression, it may affect the mother and the child. It is important for expecting mothers to seek medical help for possible psychiatric disorders that may affect them during pregnancy or in the phase of early motherhood.
Many a times, people focus so much on their looks and appearances that they tend to exaggerate even their minor flaws. When it gets difficult to control such thoughts, the result can be severe emotional distress that may interfere with their daily activities. These are clear symptoms of body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), a common mental health condition in which patients are always anxious about their appearance and fail to focus on anything other than their “imperfections”.
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