Clizia Incorvaia reveals: “Me and postpartum depression. I'll tell you everything'

The actress and influencer, partner of Paolo Ciavarro, tells her followers about the experience of motherhood. Also confessing the insecurity and the baby blues that struck her after the birth of her second son Gabriele

 clizia-incorvaia-paolo-ciavarr-gabriele-ciavarro Clizia Incorvaia and Paolo Ciavarro, a love born at the GF vip and crowned by the birth of little Gabriele Photo Video

A year has passed since the birth of her second son Gabriele, but Clizia Incorvaia well remembers the difficulty of the first months. How she told her followers about her by answering some of their curiosities. After a marriage that ended with Francesco Sarcina, the actress and influencer found love again inside the house of Big Brother Vip next to Paolo Ciavarro. – Photo | video

Clizia Incorvaia, the confession after the birth of Gabriele Clizia Incorvaia, the confession after the birth of Gabriele

Clizia Incorvaia and Paolo Ciavarro baptize their son Gabriele. With a very special godfather – guard

A DIFFICULTY THAT UNITES MANY WOMEN — Responding to a fan's question about whether she ever had 'no' moments after the birth of her second child. Incorvaia replies with great honesty: “We always talk about the beauty of the fact that we have become mothers, but we don't talk about postpartum depression to which 70-80% of women are subject. I too have felt this thing, especially in this last pregnancy and it is a normal thing because it is given by the hormonal imbalance'.

Clizia Incorvaia and Paolo Ciavarro, the first months of their son Gabriele are very sweet and colorful – guard



WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY – As the Ministry of Health also outlines on his site , this sensation, called baby blues, is absolutely normal and is often experienced by new mothers: 'It consists of a certain emotional instability that affects the woman immediately after giving birth and in the days following it. It is not a pathological state and there is no need for a structured therapeutic intervention (pharmacological or psychotherapeutic), because this state of discomfort tends to return spontaneously in a short time'.

Francesco Sarcina, new poison on his ex-wife Clizia Incorvaia: 'He is classist and racist'. And she on alcohol, cocaine and sex… – guard

DON'T BE AFRAID TO ASK FOR HELP – “Usually it is a transitory phenomenon, so you shouldn't be scared – continues the influencer, recounting his experience – Obviously, if it lasts longer over time it is advisable to contact a specialist. So, girls, you don't have to be afraid of what happens to you, and you don't even have to be afraid to go to specialists. If you understand that you always feel sad, that everything brings you down, that you always cry, it is right that you contact a psychotherapist and that the right people intervene'.

Source: oggi.it