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Sleep Guide for new and seasoned moms

A Guide to Restful Sleep in Motherhood

Though most babies sleep through the night by the time they turn one, it’s important for mamas to optimize their sleep, especially in those early days of postpartum where frequent and unpredictable wakings are common. 

Research shows sleep deprivation exacerbates symptoms of perinatal mood & anxiety disorders. Five hours of uninterrupted sleep every 24 hours is physiologically imperative for healthy functioning in a normal adult. This isn’t impossible- even with a newborn! 

What’s Included?

This guide dives deeper into the research and importance of protecting your sleep, how to achieve restful sleep, and a worksheet to create and track your own sleep plan.

RA Guide to mentally and physically prepare you for returning to the workplace

Returning to the Workplace After Baby

Returning to the workplace after having a baby is a big transition for the entire family.

You may feel that you have just gotten settled in your new routine with an additional family member and now you have to go back to work. Even mamas who work from home can benefit from this guide!

Whether you’re excited, nervous, or indifferent about your maternity leave coming to an end, we want you to feel confident in your decisions and your abilities to succeed in your new role.

This guide will help you physically and mentally prepare for your return.

What’s Included?

We cover:

-dividing roles and responsibilities with your partner

-a guide to pumping in the workplace including product recommendations

-how to effectively communicating with your team and organization + tips on advocating for yourself in the workplace

-a checklist to help you prepare for your return

-two guided meditations: preparing you for big conversations and helping you transition from ‘work mode’ to ‘mom mode’

-positive affirmations for working moms

-childcare considerations + a special discount offer from InchBug

-and more!

Postpartum Emotional Well-Being Guide with Worksheets and checklists

Emotional Well-being Postpartum Plan

If you have a birth plan why not have a postpartum plan? 

Grab this guide with worksheets to help you emotionally plan for the 4th trimester. 

Postpartum is an emotional time as you enter a new phase of motherhood and are navigating hormonal, physical, and mental changes for both you and baby. Emotional doesn’t have to be a negative term!

Lack of sleep and support can lead to serious mental illness but being prepared with a plan for after birth can help to navigate this new season of life a little easier.

This guide is perfect whether you’re a first time mom or this is your fifth pregnancy! It helps to know you have resources in one east-to-access place that your partner or other members of your support team can access.

What’s Included?

  • An overview and education on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
  • Strategies to support your emotional health, nutrition, sleep and lead a healthy lifestyle from our clinical experts
  • 2 worksheets to support your emotional health
  • A visitors checklist
Postpartum Mental Health: A guide to Educate and Empower Your Support System

Postpartum Mental Health: Educating & Empowering Your Support System

A guide for partners, grandparents, aunts/uncles, friends, and coworkers to educate a mama’s village on how to recognize signs of postpartum mood and anxiety disorders and how to best support her in this space. 

We want to change the stigma surrounding maternal mental health issues. By opening the dialogue between her and her support system about her emotional well-being, we can work together to get her to the resources she needs so that she can feel empowered and embrace her matrescence.

What’s Included?

  • You will learn how to identify red flags, understand risk factors, and effectively communicate concerns during this vulnerable time.
  • You will receive a list of resources whether mama requires mild or severe treatment options.

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