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About Oligomenorea, One of Menstrual Disorders in Fertile Age

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Oligomenorrhea is a condition when a woman's menstrual period at childbearing age is irregular or difficult to predict. The cause of oligomenorrhea is usually not a serious thing. But in certain cases, oligomenorrhea can be a sign of health problems in the body. Normally, menstrual periods occur every 21-35 days. If a woman does not menstruate for more than 35-90 days, then the woman can be said to suffer from oligomenorrhea. This condition causes the sufferer to only experience menstruation 6-8 times a year. The amount of blood that comes out can not be predicted, can be less than usual or even more. Causes of Oligomenorrhea You Need to Know Oligomenorrhea is generally experienced by adolescents during the beginning of menstruation, which is about 2-3 years after the first menstruation. However, this condition is fairly reasonable, because it occurs as a result of hormonal activity that is not stable at puberty. Oligomenorrhea is also more often experienced by women entering…

Strengthen the Child's Immune System to Overcome Dengue Fever

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Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) can lead to the death of children in some Asian countries, including Indonesia. For this reason, prevention by strengthening the child's immune system is one of the right steps to minimize children affected by dengue fever. Dengue fever can be suffered by anyone, ranging from adults and babies. Diseases caused by viruses that are carried and spread through mosquito bites can indeed be fatal, moreover, dengue fever can lead to death if not treated quickly. Various symptoms that become signs that someone has a dengue attack will appear and accompany the development of the condition, including when your child experiences it. It's just that some children may not feel mild symptoms of dengue fever. Mild symptoms will usually appear during the vulnerable period of four days to two weeks after the child is bitten by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Usually, the symptoms of dengue fever will last for 2-7 days. As for the symptoms of dengue fever in childr…

This Is Evidence Multitasking Is Not Efficient and Disrupts Health

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Not only you who work in the office, doing various jobs simultaneously or multitasking, can be applied by anyone. However, not the benefits that can be obtained, multitasking proved inefficient and can bring risks to health. Not without reason, this is supported by several studies which state that busyness in multitasking will only make you work ineffectively. Multitasking will Reduce Work Productivity When you feel you are working effectively with multitasking, what the brain actually does is to shift focus back and forth. Even though the cerebral cortex in the brain can only focus on one thing at a time. As a result, focusing back and forth in a fast time ultimately affects the quality of the work done. The time needed for the brain to change focus also makes the process of working not optimal. The experts estimate, doing multitasking work will cause a decrease in productivity up to 40 percent due to errors due to reduced levels of concentration. Contrary to the assumption so…

Try these 6 tricks so that your delivery runs smoothly

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Every woman would want a birthing process to run smoothly. However, unfortunately this can not be obtained with a flash and without effort. At least there are some tricks you can try to make your labor go smoothly. No one can be sure how your labor will turn out, even though a doctor. Therefore, you must prepare it well in advance before the time comes. Good preparation can help you go through labor more easily. Here's the Trick so that Your Childbirth Smoothly There are 6 tricks you can practice so that your labor goes smoothly, namely: 1. Know the ins and outs of the world of childbirth Before the birth process arrives, you are advised to learn everything related to childbirth, such as: Signs you will give birth.When to hurry to the maternity house.Relaxation techniques recommended by the doctor.The right way to push.Possible complications that can occur. You can ask your obstetrician about these things or read articles about childbirth. If you still don't understand,…

Don't Miss the Benefits of a Stomach Buffer for Pregnant Women

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Your stomach that enlarges during pregnancy often causes various complaints. Stomach support can be used as a way to alleviate these complaints. This abdominal buffer will be very helpful for you who must remain active during pregnancy, especially in the second trimester and third trimester of pregnancy. Supports Stomach and Lower Back Now available are various types and abdominal buffer products. Stomach support in pregnant women is actually not only beneficial to the stomach, but the lower back as well. Generally low back pain began to be complained of pregnant women after entering the second trimester of pregnancy. There are several possible causes for this discomfort, such as weight gain, hormonal changes and body posture, stress, and other factors. Abdominal support used during activities can support the stomach and lower back so that it is effective in relieving pain. Abdominal braces can also help pregnant women maintain correct posture. This can prevent the tendency of …