Vasovagal Syncope

Syncope is the medical term for fainting or fainting. It is caused due to a temporary decrease in the amount of blood flowing to the brain. Vasovagal syncope occurs when you faint because your body overreacts to certain triggers, such as the sight of blood or extreme emotional stress.

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Great Women for Healthy Families in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Until now, Covid-19 is still endemic throughout the world, especially in Indonesia, there is an increase in Omicron cases. It is a big challenge for women to be strong since physical distancing is enforced, women are required to provide strong family resilience. For example, R.A. Kartini, who has a courageous, optimistic, independent, and determined attitude is expected to be applied by Indonesian women in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Dyspraxia Disorder

Is a disorder caused by the nervous system in the brain that affects a person's ability to plan and process fine and gross motor skills and coordination. However this does not affect the level of intelligence.

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Myths and Facts About Asthma

Asthma is an inflammation of the respiratory tract characterized by narrowing of the airways, causing shortness of breath. Respiratory problems cause sufferers to have difficulty or even not be able to carry out normal activities. Even in some cases, asthma can trigger asthma complications that cause death.

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Kawasaki Disease

Kawasaki disease is an acute systemic vasculitis that mainly affects patients under five years of age. It is the most prominent cause of childhood acquired coronary artery disease. Kawasaki disease causes swelling (inflammation) in children of the walls of the small to medium-sized blood vessels that carry blood throughout the body. Kawasaki disease usually causes inflammation of the coronary arteries, which supply oxygen-rich blood to the heart.

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Healthy Living With Balanced Nutrition During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many changes in our daily lives. Starting from maintaining social distance, staying at home, and not being able to eat at restaurants. It may be easy to get into unhealthy eating habits during this stay-at-home period, but with a little thought and preparation, maintaining a healthy diet doesn't have to be a chore. 

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Yoga as an Integrative Therapy for Mental Health Concerns

Yoga comes from ancient Indian Sanskrit, the term yoga means "to bend" or "to unite". The practice of yoga involves the union of body, mind, and spirit. Through breathing exercises, meditation, movement, and relaxation, yoga can help restore personal balance, feeling more calm, peaceful, and in control.

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Let's Recognize the Causes of Nystagmus and How to Overcome It

Nigtagmus is uncontrolled eye movement. For example, up-down, left-right, and circular motion. It is more common in both eyes. However, it can also only occur in one eye. People who have nystagmus may have blurred vision or tremors.

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Healthy Living Tips on a Holy Christmas

The celebration of Christmas is synonymous with gathering with beloved family and relatives while eating a variety of delicious Christmas dishes, which is a long-awaited moment. This moment sometimes actually makes you not pay attention to your health. Make sure you keep practicing healthy living tips when celebrating this holy Christmas.

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Obesity in Housewives

For both men and women, parenthood is characterized by major changes in social roles that co-occur with physiological (eg, inflammatory function), psychological (eg, stress), and behavioral (eg, sleep deprivation), increased stress and potential behavioral changes. The harmful ones include poor diet, low physical activity. These major changes mean that parenthood can have a long-lasting impact on shaping health.

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Understanding Gout Arthritis

Gout is one of the categories of chronic non-communicable diseases. This disease is a condition that can cause unbearable pain symptoms in one or more joints, swelling, and most often occurs in the big toe area.

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Sleeping Beauty Syndrome

Aurora the Sleeping Beauty doesn't just exist in fairy tales but is real and exists. Sleeping Beauty Syndrome or Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS) is a rare disease that has typical symptoms with patients who experience long periods of sleep up to 20 hours a day for several days to months, and will recur, called hypersomnia.

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