Answer: Sorry to hear that, I can understand the pressure in a family and on you as well. You need to make sure to be calm as your restlessness can directly affect your baby. Its my personal experience. Try some below ways and see if it helps.
1. Play with your baby, it reduces the stress when baby looks at you and smiles.
2. Try relax in a way to keep you busy when you are not sleepy and attending baby, whatever way, listen music, read books whatever is your hobby.
3. Try to sleep whenever free. Listen music, to go to sleep. If music does not help, try an application 'Calm'.
4. Watch comedy shows, it takes you away from the situation from some time and laughter releases the stress.
Initially you might feel, how can you behave in a such a way when such tensions are going on. Believe me, remove this thought from your mind and remember, this is for your and baby's health which the most important thing right now.
Don't worry, everything will be good and settled
Answer: hi I can understand you are very bad you need to be very calm please try to understand because you are and attention to affect growth and development of a baby so please try to be calm try to listen to some motivational music it will help you
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