- Stressing leads to colic and anxiety in the babies: You can’t pass your emotions and love through the placenta, but hormones are passed to your baby. The anxiety and occasional stress during pregnancy can make your baby colicky and anxious.
- Depressing affects the development of the baby: Depression is common especially during pregnancy. If you are depressed, then be prepared to handle all the negative impact on your baby. Moreover, the development of the baby slows down as compared to the natural growth.
- Occasional sadness is fine: The crying and occasional sadness are common gestures; you don’t need to worry about this. Negative emotions and stress affect your baby health, but it’s not in the case of occasional sadness.
- Feeling resentment can lead to problems: With the changes in the hormones, it’s not good to feel resentment towards their unborn baby; this can lead to the damage too. According to the study, mothers who feel resentment have babies who face emotional problems in the life.
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