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Friday, January 21, 2011

Why Caffeine is Bad for Pregnant Women

Friday, January 21, 2011
Before pregnancy, every morning you drink coffee or tea so that the body more energized. There was no problem whatsoever, nor felt any dependency. You just like the taste, right?, not addiction. However, it turns out caffeine content in tea, coffee, chocolate, soft drinks and some drugs for headaches, colds, and allergies are advised to be avoided during pregnancy.

Consumption of 300 milligrams of caffeine or more a day by pregnant women may increase the risk of pregnancy complications. Indeed there has been no research on the safe limit caffeine consumption during pregnancy. However, suggestions from the National Institutes of Health, should be no more than two glasses per day with a caffeine content of less than 300 mg.

Here effect of caffeine on pregnancy:
* Influence the baby's breathing and heartbeat in the womb through the placenta.
* Increase your heart rate and metabolism of pregnant women.
* Pregnant women are so hard to rest.
* Can trigger anxiety or stress due to increased hormones epinephrine and norepinephrine.
* Many of urination due to diuretic properties.
* Create gastric acid increase and make sore.
* Loss of body calcium.
* Contains phenol, making difficult the body absorb iron which is needed by the body during pregnancy.
* During pregnancy, your body takes longer to remove the caffeine. Effects of caffeine will be longer for the mother and fetus.

Essentially, because there is no any nutrition from caffeine during pregnancy, should avoid it.

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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Recognize Heart Attack Symptoms

Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Complaints of heart attacks do not always like what we see in movies when actors act holding the left chest, while the glaring eyes, body bent, then fell to the floor.

There are a wide variety of complaints and symptoms of heart attack is not the same in every person, especially in women. So we must have a concern about symptoms of heart attack.

Heart attack in medical language called acute myocardial miocard occurs because of blockage of a blood clot in the coronary arteries. There are many things that can trigger heart attacks, including the factors age, hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity, alcohol consumption, stress, and unhealthy eating patterns.

To recognize the potential for heart attacks as early as possible, recognize the important signs of heart problems following:

Fatigue and shortness of breath
Excessive fatigue and short breath are the two signs that try to sent the body for you to get some rest. However, these symptoms can also be a sign of heart problems in response to extra pressure on the heart.

If you often complain of fatigue without obvious cause, it could be a sign there is something wrong in the body. Short of breath and fatigue is most often experienced by women and occurred a month before a heart attack.

Cold sweat
Sweating more than usual, especially if you are not doing the activity, could be early symptoms of heart problems. This happens because the body works harder to pump blood through the coronary blockages so the body sweat more to maintain body temperature.

Nauseous, vomiting, and abdominal pain
Complaints of heart attack is usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and cold sweat so confused with common colds. As a result, patients are not taken to the hospital. Relief that should be given is to late.

Pain in the chest
Although not all heart attacks have chest pain symptoms, signs are most commonly recognized as heart attack. Chest pain is described as a sensation experienced by depressed body weight or an elephant stepped on the chest.

Pain in whole body
The pain and stiffness throughout the body are also often experienced by people who have had a heart attack. Most experienced pain and numbness in the left hand. However, this pain can also appear in various parts of the body, such as the upper abdomen, shoulders, back, even the jaw.

First aid
When there is a heart attack, immediately bring the patient to the hospital. If possible, give the patient an aspirin to chew. The goal is to wage a blood clot.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Fruits as a Source of Potassium

Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Lack of potassium in the blood (Hypokalemia) can cause heart problems. In addition to contraction of the muscles of the body, potassium is also serves as an electric introduction to the nervous system throughout the body. Adequate potassium in the body has a function as acid-base balance of the body.

Disturbance of balance would disrupt overall body condition. This imbalance is more worrisome when it disrupt cardiac function resulting in heart rhythm disorders. To prevent this problem, meet the needs of potassium in the body. Potassium can be obtained from skim milk, burgers, meat, and tomatoes. However, the largest intake of potassium can be obtained from fruits.

Among fruits, watermelon and bananas contain potassium at most. At least 1-2 bananas a day can bring the body's need for potassium. Another source of potassium is dates and raisins. Tomatoes also contain quite a lot of potassium. In the medium dose, tomatoes giving 340 mg of potassium, half the content of potassium in bananas. In addition, oranges, avocados, and strawberries have as much content of potassium.

Fruit is an important nutrient for the body. So do not forget the fruit in your diet.

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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Privacy policy

Tuesday, January 4, 2011
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Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy New Year

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy new year

have a great day

Although the weather was not so good, keep the spirit of facing tomorrow. Though the weather was very cold, burn with your spirit. 2011 should be healthier and better than 2010.

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