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How Pregnancy Changes a Woman’s Brain

How Pregnancy Changes a Woman’s Brain
February 19, 2012 Patrick Nemechek, D.O.

We know a lot about the links between a pregnant mother’s health, behavior, and moods and her baby’s cognitive and psychological development once it is born. But how does pregnancy change a mother’s brain? “Pregnancy is a critical period for central nervous system development in mothers,” says psychologist Laura M. Glynn of Chapman University. “Yet we know virtually nothing about it.”

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[Comment:Ā  I frequently treat women who suffer a variety of autonomic disturbances that begin during or immediately after childbirth.Ā  Lightheadedness and poor concentrations (“Mommy Brain”), heartburn, nausea, constipation, headaches, insomnia, weight gain and frequent urination are a common lasting legacy from pregnancy.

Fortunately, autonomic testing can identify underlying imbalances between sympathetic and parasympathetic autonomic function.Ā  After treatment, most women remain symptom-free.]

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Sarah
Sarah

Will your protocol help/cure Hyperemesis Gravidarum?

Marin
Marin

I have seen a couple of your videos regarding the protocol during pregnancy and in one you recommended taking fish oil with higher EPA with total of ~3000mg combined omega 3s. I was wondering if that is still your recommendation and if so what EPA/DHA ratio you recommend?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Do broken mummies benefit from using Inulin or the antibiotic even if they dont have Sibo?

Mummy Brain
Mummy Brain

Oh thank goodness for you, Dr!!!! I’m not going crazy, these pregnancies (6 of them) have stollen my memory and concentration. I’m so thankful for your article. How do we go about treatment and healing? I’m doing your protocol for my children. Should I be doing this too or is it a different ball game for healing mummy brain?

David Baellow
David Baellow

Dr. N, I was sorry that you closed your practice in KC. I started with a new doctor to treat my dibetes and control weight. Nice guy, but he put me throught a diabetes class where the instructors told me that low carb was dangerous and told me to eat at least 60 carbs per meal. I started gaining weight back and had gained about 17lbs before I started looking for a doctor that treated with a low carb diet. I finally found Dr. Mary Vernon in Lawrence, KS. She has put me back on a diet very similar to… Read more »

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