Although constipation is not considered a disease but constipation should not be underestimated, because it would create many komplikasiulai heartburn, bloating,hemorrhoids, and colon cancer.
It begins when hard bowel movements. If you experience it, obviously it is a thing thatsucks, especially when we have long mengedam CHAPTER long on the toilet but has not come out well. This will add to torture if we rarely chapters in a week, the stomach will feel full and cause discomfort. It became one of the symptoms of constipation or constipationin medical terms.
Kontipasi has become one of the topics discussed at the Symposium of the NationalConsensus Dissemination of Acute Diarrhea and Kontipasi held by the IndonesianSociety of Gastroenterology at Hotel Horizon, Jend Jl Sudirman, Makassar,
Acute Simbelit last 6 months, the usual complaint is perceived less misalanya CHAPTERCHAPTER 3 times a week only, during defecation should mengedam strong, discomfort in the abdomen when the Chapter does not come out, and the stomach feels bloated.
Lecturer Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia (UI) dr-KGEH SpPD ChudahmanManan who appeared to be the speaker said, there are two causes of kontipasi theprimary causes and secondary causes. Secondary causes are usually not known for certain, generally due to muscle pergeragaran digestive tract and nervous. Whilesecondary causes of certain diseases caused due to eg diabetes, colon cancer, colitis,and the influence of drugs. In addition, less water consume.
“Hydro FATIGON Ivory Get Up Get Active Fun Bike” actively encouraging people to move. Due to the move, the body becomes healthier and more leverage to work.
From the beginning, Hydro-multivitamin Fatigon the most widely consumed Indonesia (Source: AC Nielsen Indonesia in March 2010)-are committed to take part in various activities that involve physical. Through “Hydro Fatigon Get Up Get Active Ivory Fun Bike” held on Sunday, October 10, 2010, Fatigon Hydro intends to remind the urban capital of a happy spoiled with ease.
“The campaign to urge people, ‘let’s move, do not be afraid to sweat!’. Urban life serbamudah pampered with. Always ride cars, baseball wanted to walk, climb stairs. Sweating is important, “said Son Shandika Sabana, Brand Executive Fatigon Hydro.
Through the sweat, the body will remove toxins so that will not accumulate in it. Affirmed Shandika, after sweating, it is important for the body to obtain fluid intake.
“With Fatigon Hydro, drinks from a more precise nature and rapidly absorbed by the body because it is made from the original coconut water. Fatigon Hydro is a natural isotonic beverage with the ion implies exactly the human body. In addition to ordinary people, Fatigon Hydro also be consumed by pregnant women and patients with dengue fever, “he explained.
This leisurely bicycle route itself starts from the Ivory Palm Garden Jogging, past Mall of Indonesia, by pass, Independence Pioneer Road, and ends in Ivory with Coconut Complex AXC 7km distance. Shandika explained, the event managed to invite approximately 1800 participants coming from various locations in Jakarta.
WITH minimally invasive surgical techniques, cardiac patients will feel minimal pain, faster recovery, shorter hospitalization, and can be business as usual soon.
Coronary heart disease (CHD) is still a kind of disease that becomes an important issue in both developed and developing countries. CHD is the number one cause of death in adult Americans. Each year, 478,000 people died, 1.5 million people experience heart attacks, 407,000 people experience a transition operation and 300,000 people undergo angioplasty.
In Indonesia, also the same. The death rate in Indonesia is very high due to CHD. Based on the results of the National Household Health Survey (SKRTN), in the last 10 years that number tends to increase. In 1991, the death rate from CHD is 16 percent. Then in 2001 the figure jumped to 26.4 percent. Mortality from CHD is estimated to reach 53.5 per 100,000 population in the country.
Currently at least 78 percent of global deaths from heart disease occur in among the poor and medium enterprises, including in our country. Based on the condition that, in a state of the economy slumped, prevention is paramount to reduce cardiovascular disease in 2010.
Moreover, Indonesia is currently facing health problems are complex and diverse. Of course, ranging from classical and modern infections, degenerative diseases, and psychosocial illnesses that make Indonesia is currently facing a name threeple burden diseases. However, there remains the biggest cause of mortality due to CHD is called the silence killer.
One of the new solution in order not to increase the burden of CHD patients is minimally invasive cardiac surgery. This operation allows the doctor to operate without opening the chest cavity of the patient and only a small incision.
The advantage of this type of surgery is very minimal pain after surgery, faster recovery, shorter hospitalization, and patients can be business as usual soon. In terms of cost, the overall operation with this technique is also less expensive compared with conventional cardiac surgery.
BEWARE if you feel the heart beat irregularly and often pounding or shaking. Chances are you suffering from atrial fibrillation, which is a major risk factor for stroke.
In Indonesia, stroke is the leading cause of death for the category of non-communicable diseases and the current number of sufferers continues to rise sharply. While in the world, every six seconds, one person died of a stroke. That is, every year almost 6 million people died of a stroke.
According to Dr. Dr. Yoga Yuniadi SpJP (K) of the Department of Cardiology and Vascular Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, one of the risk factors for stroke are largely unknown community in the country is due to atrial fibrillation or atrial fibrillation. This is a heart rhythm disorder most commonly found and is one of the major risk factor for ischemic stroke.
“Individuals who suffer from atrial fibrillation at risk of stroke five-fold compared with the general population. And, atrial fibrillation is a major cause of 15-20 percent overall incidence of stroke, “he said during a media briefing in commemoration of the” World Stroke Day “cooperation PT Bayer Indonesia Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals division danYayasan Stroke Indonesia (Yastroki) at the Hotel Intercontinental, Jakarta , some time ago.
He explained, atrial fibrillation occurs when the auricle or atrial beats irregularly. Under normal circumstances, the heart has some sort of generator and electrical cables so that the generated pulse can be run regularly. However, due to certain conditions, the generator is not working and replaced by small generators located in the auricle. The word Yoga, the number of small generators as a source of active power can reach 350 pieces, which then compete to get into the induction system of the heart chambers.
“This condition causes the heart rate becomes inconsistent, sometimes fast, sometimes slow. This is called atrial fibrillation, “he said.
Due to irregular heart beats, advanced Yoga, atrial fibrillation patients susceptible to blood clots in the atria, especially in the left atrium caused by abnormal blood flow and stagnant. Blood clots can be activated following the blood flow to the brain and cause ischemic stroke.
“A stroke associated with atrial fibrillation are generally more severe, the impact is worse, and longer treatment compared with patients who did not have atrial fibrillation,” he said. To detect an irregular pulse, he said, quite easily. Adult heart will throb generally between 60 to 100 beats per minute.
All over the world, people with diabetes (diabetasi) continued to increase sharply. In 1985, only an estimated 30 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes. Over the next decade, this number has increased to more than 150 million people.
According to the International Diabetes Federation, diabetes currently has become a global public health problem by the number of patients recorded more than 285 million.The largest increase is feared will occur in developing countries.
Citing WHO data (2005), approximately 80 percent of world population uses herbal medicine ever. In Indonesia, as part of a medicinal herb or herbal concoction has been accepted and used widely by the public in the context of health care. According to data from Health Research Association (2010), approximately 59.12 percent of the population of Indonesia ever eating herbs and 95.6 percent of them felt the efficacy of herbs for health.
“This suggests a shift toward community interest in the concept of back to nature. As a country with the wealth of the world’s second largest biodiversity, Indonesia has about 30,000 species of plants and of that number as many as 9600 proved efficacious as a medicine, but we use is still very limited, “Vice Minister of Health, Prof. Dr. Ali Gufron Mukti, MSc., PhD., such as release received Legal, Thursday (17/11/2011).
Currently, the effort to create a healthier generation of Indonesia still needs the attention of all parties. One of the indicators commonly used to see the degree of public health is a Childhood mortality (Red Sea) or the Infant Mortality Rate (IMR).
Red Sea, totaling 31.04 / 1000 live births. This means there are 31.04 for every 1,000 babies died in childbirth. The figure was still higher than Malaysia and Singapore, each of which amounted to 16.39 / 1,000 and 2.3 / 1000 live births.
Whereas, in accordance with the target of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 4 points, namely in 2015 Indonesia must be able to reduce infant mortality to 17/1000 live births. These data illustrate that the effort to build and maintain healthy Indonesian children is still a big challenge for all concerned.
In addition, there are some diseases that are still often infects children, and even cause death, such as diarrhea. According to note the World Health Organization (WHO), diarrhea kills 1.5 million children in the world every year. While the incidence of diarrhea in most of Indonesia is still high.
In Indonesia, according to the Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) in 2007, diarrhea leading cause of death 31.4 percent of infants aged 29 days to 11 months. Approximately 162 thousand children under five die from diarrhea each year, or about 460 children per day.
From the Household Health Survey (SKRT) in Indonesia, diarrhea is the leading cause of death in children under five years the number two and number three for the baby as well as the number five for all ages. Every child in Indonesia is experiencing diarrhea episodes 1.6 – 2 times per year.
Efforts to maintain the survival of Indonesian children, including prevention of diarrhea, worms and other diseases, should focus on preventive measures (prevention). Preventive actions can be performed by civilizing clean and healthy living behavior (PHBS) in each family, which is the easiest and cheapest way.
PHBS such as washing hands with soap (washing hands) has been medically proven to be effective in preventing and fortify the body from various diseases such as diarrhea, intestinal worms, until the bird flu and swine influenza (swine flu). According to WHO studies, washing hands using soap can reduce the incidence of the disease until the 47th cent.