Sunday, May 31, 2009

my best frenz wed...

berbahagia lah sahabat ku...

...dan sang puteri dan putera dapat hidup bersama hingga akhirnya!!!

pregnant... ?

*One condition you may develop during pregnancy is impaired glucose tolerance. You need to take steps to ensure that all is well before a problem arises.*

PREGNANCY is an exciting time of change. Your body has to adapt to the development of your baby and you will see changes in your skin, hair, mood, appetite, sleep. In fact, just about everything!

Pregnancy also affects your blood glucose levels because insulin levels are different during pregnancy. Some women don't produce enough insulin to keep their blood glucose levels within range during pregnancy. This is called Gestational Diabetes (GDM).

In most cases of gestational diabetes, the high level of blood glucose can be controlled, but, if it is left untreated, it is unhealthy for both you and your baby. You need to take care of yourself and keep both your blood glucose levels and your blood pressure as close to normal levels as possible.

*What can high blood glucose levels do to my baby?*
High blood glucose levels result in glucose crossing over to your baby through the placenta. Your baby's body will work hard to lower the high glucose levels by making its own insulin. This extra insulin can cause your baby to gain weight and grow more than usual.

In the first few days after you have given birth, as a result of high glucose levels in pregnancy, your baby may produce too much insulin, which can make blood glucose levels fall at birth. Babies usually adjust their own insulin production but care needs to be taken to ensure normal blood glucose levels. Your healthcare professional will take the appropriate measures and take care of the baby to ensure that the baby does not face any problems due to the falling blood glucose.

*Will I always have diabetes?*
In most cases, your blood glucose levels will return to normal once your baby is born. However, now you have had gestational diabetes you have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life, especially if you have a family history of diabetes, are overweight or inactive. Your healthcare professional will advise you on what you are required to follow up on

*Will gestational diabetes mean regular testing?*
Yes, regular testing of your blood glucose levels will give you and your healthcare professional a good guide to how well your diabetes is being controlled. You should also test your own blood glucose levels. This will help you manage your problem. Keeping blood glucose levels within the target range can ensure your health and your baby's well-being.

*How do I test my blood glucose?*
You should use a blood glucose meter to monitor your blood glucose during your pregnancy. Blood glucose testing is very straightforward. Everyone's blood glucose levels are different. You will need to work with your doctor to determine your target range and make sure you understand what your test results mean.
You should record your blood glucose test results and take them to consultations with your healthcare professional. Also, keep a note of foods you have eaten and whether you have experienced any episodes of hypoglycaemia (low blood glucose levels).
*Is finger pricking painful?*
To get a small sample of your blood to test, you will need to use a lancing device. You only need a tiny amount of blood and this can be virtually pain-free.
To keep control of your blood glucose levels it is advisable to be testing at least four times a day (before breakfast and one hour after each meal).

*Are there any other tests?*
Among the most common regular tests during pregnancy are blood pressure and urine tests. If you have high blood glucose, you may also have a greater chance of getting infections, especially vaginal, bladder and kidney infections, so you may be tested for these too.
Women with gestational diabetes should monitor their blood glucose at least four times a day, which includes both fasting and post-meal blood glucose measurements.

*What can I eat?*
Whether you are pregnant or not, it is important to have a well balanced and healthy diet. If you have gestational diabetes, this becomes essential. Balancing your meals appropriately ensures that both you and your baby get the most from the food you eat and also helps to control your diabetes.

The goals for a balanced diet are to provide adequate nutrition for the mother and foetus, provide sufficient calories for weight gain, and to keep your blood glucose levels within the target range, avoiding peaks and troughs.

*How do carbohydrates affect my blood glucose?*
There are three major types of nutrients in food: carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Carbohydrates have the biggest impact on your blood glucose levels. Foods high in carbohydrates include: fruits, cereals, bread, lentils, rice, pasta, potatoes, crackers, biscuits, beans, sweetcorn and honey.

The body turns carbohydrates into glucose, which is transported around the body in the blood and converted into energy in the cells. Most of the carbohydrate foods you eat become glucose in your blood within the first one to two hours. That's why you should test your blood glucose levels one hour after eating.

If you regularly miss meals during pregnancy, your body could slip into a 'starvation state'. Fat gets broken down and causes acids (called ketones) to be released into your blood. These ketones can pass across the placenta into your baby's blood and can be harmful. Your healthcare team may ask you to check your ketones using ketone testing strips if you are hyperglycaemic (high blood glucose levels) or you feel unwell. You may also need to test for ketones if you miss a meal.
*Can I exercise?*
Being active is good for all of us, but is especially important for people with diabetes. Exercise changes your blood glucose levels, so you will need to discuss this with your healthcare professional. You will have to exercise at a level which is safe for both you and your baby.

A good exercise programme can not only help your body prepare for the physical changes of pregnancy and labour, but can also make it much easier for you to get back into shape after your baby is born. If you are used to taking exercise in the form of a sport, you should be able to continue with this as long as it feels comfortable for you, but more gentle exercise such as walking, swimming, aqua-aerobics, and yoga are also very beneficial.

*Can I travel?*
Travelling can be straightforward, but if you are travelling a long distance, you will need to be well-prepared and well-informed.

Flying while you are pregnant is almost always completely safe. There are some guidelines as to just who should and should not travel when they are pregnant, but, generally, women who are having a healthy, normal pregnancy are free to come and go as they please. Different airlines have their own flight guidelines for pregnant women, but most healthcare professionals recommend that women don?t fly late in their pregnancy.

Airline guidelines for carrying testing systems and medications are becoming increasingly strict. Ideally, you should carry an official letter from your healthcare professional explaining that you have gestational diabetes and that you need to test your blood glucose regularly and take the medications on board.

In most cases, you are allowed to take insulin on board a plane. You need to confirm this with the airline that you will be travelling on. The flight cabin crew should be made aware of your need to carry diabetes equipment, food or drink in your carry-on luggage.

It is worth getting a letter from your healthcare professional explaining that you are 'fit to travel' if you are planning to travel late in your pregnancy or you are concerned.

Take double the amount of medication and test strips you expect to use on your travels' you may need to increase your dose in case of illness.

*Delivery and beyond ...*
As your due date approaches, your health and your baby's health will be closely monitored. If you are taking insulin, during labour and after delivery, your insulin needs may change dramatically. Your healthcare professional will ensure you get the right amounts. It may be several weeks after the birth of your baby before your blood glucose levels return to normal. You should have a glucose tolerance test six to eight weeks after your baby is born. Ensure you have a follow-up appointment with your healthcare professional within this time frame.

*Am I able to breastfeed?*
Breastfeeding is recommended as the best food for newborn babies as it provides everything a baby needs to develop and thrive for the first six months of life. It also provides the baby with a boost to their immune system just when they need it, as their own is still developing.
However, breastfeeding uses a great deal of energy.
*Looking good*
Pregnancy can bring the unexpected benefit of helping you look your best!
*10 steps to a healthy pregnancy:*
1. Check your blood glucose level at least four times a day.
2. Eat a well-balanced, healthy diet.
3. Keep active.
4. Consider folic acid supplements.
5. Stop smoking - talk with your healthcare professional for assistance and support.
6. Stop drinking alcohol.
7. Cut back on caffeine.
8. Attend all your antenatal appointments and contact your healthcare professional whenever you have a question or concern.
9. Begin doing pelvic floor exercises.
10. Make sure you don't overdo it.

- This information is courtesy of Roche Diagnostics -

saBarkah aku...?

SABAR adalah satu sifat manusia. Ia bererti menahan dan menanggung diri
daripada perkara yang tidak disukai Allah kepada yang disukai atau menahan
dan menanggung diri daripada yang disukai nafsu kepada yang disukai Allah.

Berpandukan kepada pengertian itu, sabar adalah satu istilah yang mengandungi pelbagai makna dan nama.

Contohnya menahan diri di medan perang disebut berani (as-saja'ah), lawannya bacul (al-jubn), manakala menahan diri daripada suatu keinginan nafsu Arabnya disebut 'dabtun nafs' dan lawannya 'al-batr'.

Sabar adalah senjata terpenting manusia, lebih-lebih lagi diri manusia sentiasa menghadapi pelbagai ujian. Dengan sifat ini membolehkan manusia mengatasi ujian dan mencapai kejayaan.
Cendekiawan membahagikan sifat sabar kepada beberapa jenis, iaitu:

1. Sabar terhadap kesusahan dan bala bencana yang menimpa pada manusia biasa, bahkan di kalangan Nabi.

Antara yang dirumuskan al-Quran ialah sabar dalam bentuk ini termasuklah bersabar dengan kefakiran atau kelaparan, bersabar terhadap kesakitan, ketika peperangan dan ketakutan, kerana kehilangan wang, kehilangan jiwa dan harta benda.

2. Sabar terhadap keinginan nafsu yang menjadi urusan syaitan. Antaranya sabar atas tarikan dan runtunan nafsu yang rendah dan hina, termasuk bersabar dari menurut perasaan marah.
3. Sabar terhadap kemewahan. Ini termasuk bersabar terhadap kenikmatan orang lain, seperti orang kafir dan golongan taghut yang pada lahirnya nikmat tetapi pada batinnya adalah azab.

4. Sabar terhadap ketaatan yang sememangnya banyak halangan. Nafsu itu tabiatnya liar dan tidak suka kepada pengabdian, malah malas pula untuk melaksanakan amal ketaatan.
Kesabaran ini memerlukan tiga peringkat:

Sebelum dapat melaksanakan sesuatu ketaatan, perlulah memperbaiki niat dan ikhlas, sabar daripada riak yang merosakkan dan sabar untuk menguatkan keazaman.

Ketika mengerjakan ketaatan, hendaklah sentiasa berjaga dan berwaspada daripada faktor yang boleh melemahkannya.

Selepas mengerjakannya hendaklah bersifat sabar daripada melakukan suatu yang membatalkan amal ketaatannya.

5. Sabar terhadap kesusahan berdakwah ke jalan Allah. Dakwah ke jalan Allah adalah suatu usaha mulia dan suci. Ia adalah warisan daripada rasul dan nabi, mempunyai halangan dari musuh kebenaran dan kebaikan.

Harus diingat, dakwah kepada jalan Allah dan agama-Nya sangat bertentangan dengan keinginan dan hawa nafsu, dengan adat dan tradisi, keseronokan dan kerehatan, pangkat dan kedudukan, bahkan kekayaan dan kekuasaan.

wajah harapanku

ini lah wajah2 harapan mama n papa...

Saturday, May 23, 2009

sUaMi tEnsEn...? iSteRi...?!

sekadar memanjangkan... sebab2 suami tensen. nway, ape lak sebab2 isteri tensen? heh5... tensen yerrrr...!!!!!

1. Memperkecil suami di hadapan orang lain antara sedar dan tidak walaupun ianya benar

2. Menganggu suami dengan menelefon dia terlampau selalu sangat dan selalu pada masa yang salah

3. Terlalu suka mengemas rumah / mengalihkan barang sampai suami tak jumpa barang-barang yang disimpan

4. Mengambil muka surat atau bahagian tertentu dari surat khabar danmenyusun surat khabar dengan cara yang amat salah... sampai tidak dijumpa mana-mana seksyen yang hendak
5. Memotong mana-mana bahagian majalah dan juga suratkhabar atau apa-apa bahagian dari mana-mana printed matter sampai berlubang sana sini dan sisuami tak sempat baca/tengok

6. Menyuruh suami agar membeli itu dan ini dalam perjalanan balik dari opis sedangkan nak pergi pasar/supermarket cuma esok sahaja atau baru semalam telah ke pasar.

7. Tidak memberi arahan/instruction yang jelas kepada suami bila menyuruh dia membeli sesuatu dan kemudian memarahkan/menyalahkan suami.

8. Membuat temujanji dan aktiviti sosial tanpa mendapat persetujuan suami terlebih dahulu

9. Mengubah barang, tempat buku atau tools atau apa-apa setting di PC tanpa memberitahu suami.

10. Bercakap/bersembang di telefon dengan kawan-kawan sewaktu malam selepas 10 pm bila mana nak beristirehat
11. Menjemput tetamu atau sesiapa sahaja datang ke rumah tanpa izin suami.

12. Berpakaian kusut masai dengan t-shirt terkoyak dan kain batik lusuh dan rambut tak terurus serupa langsuyar dan muka tak bermekap serupa mayat di rumah... tapi cukup segak dan cun bila nak keluar rumah.
13. Mengambil masa yang cukup lama bila bersiap macam pengantin bila nak keluar ke mana-mana dan membuatkan suami tertunggu dan terus tertidur.

14. Dengan sengaja atau tidak sengaja terlupa menyuruh maid atau diri sendiri membasuh atau mensterika baju atau seluar yang telah dipilih untuk dipakai pd hari berkenaan.

15. Dengan sengaja atau tidak sengaja menyebelahi anak anak bila suami sedang hot dengan budak budak
16. Tidak suka mandi dan bersiap awal pada hari cuti dan hanya bersiap bila nak dekat asar sahaja.
17. Suka melengah lengahkan masa bila nak bersolat berjemaah atau beribadat dengan melencong ke dapur, bilik budak budak atau buat benda benda lain.
18. Mengganggu suami yang sedang tengah tengok tv.

19. Asyik bercerita tentang diri sendiri tanpa memberi peluang pada suami untuk bercerita jugak.
20. Membebel dan berleter tak renti-renti tentang hal-hal yang amat kecil dan diulang tayang semula tiap tiap hari.

21. Memfitnah dan menuduh suami tanpa usul periksa.

22. Menceritakan hal rumah tangga pada orang lain dan memburuk-burukkan suami @ keturunan suami @ asal usul suami.

23. Dengan sengaja atau tidak, gagal memasak masakan yang suami nak makan.

24. Meminjamkan harta-benda suami pada orang lain tanpa kebenaran.


25. Sengaja melengahkan untuk masuk tidur tanpa sebab-sebab yang munasabah pd malam Jumaat.
sesungguhnya, segala yang diperkatakan ader juga kebenarnnya. nmn, sebgi khalifah Allah di muka bumi ini berbahagia lah dengan ape yang ader di sekitar kte. tiada apa yang dapat mengubh hidup ini melainkan dengan kehendak dan usaha kte sendiri.
semoga semua nya akan menjadi panduan dalam melayari kehidupan kte ari ini dan esok serta selamanya...!!!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

beSDei @ TAskA 2009

2hb april n 4hb mei besdei diaorang. so, semlm (05hb mei) wat selebrete sket kat taska jer.
bli kek n party pack utk kawan2 kat taska tu. heh555... belated lar nier...!!!
kek barbie...

potong kek barbie... beh nyer!!!

berjamu selera... mkn kek jer lar

cikgu nurul yg 'bereh jer'... layaaaannnnnn!!!

party pack... barbie jugokkkk...!!!

nie jer yg kami leh bagiiii.... enjoyyyy!!! heh555....

inFO SiHat

Health Benefits of Lemon :-

  • Citrus fruit that fights against infection - It helps in production of WBC's and antibodies in blood which attacksthe invading microorganism and prevents infection

  • Lemon is an antioxidant which deactivates the free radicals preventingmany dangerous diseases like stroke, cardiovascular diseases and cancers

  • Lemon lowers blood pressure and increases the levels of HDL (goodcholesterol)

  • Lemon is found to be anti-carcinogenic which lower the rates of colon,prostate, and breast cancer

  • Lemon juice is said to give a glow to the skin
  • A few drops of lemon juice in hot water are believed to clear thedigestive system and purify liver as well

  • The skin of lemon dried under the sun and then ground to make powder can be applied to the hair for a few minutes before bath which relieves head ache and cools the body

  • Applying lemon juice to acne dries the existing ones and prevents fromgetting more

  • Lemon juice acts as a natural hair lightner and skin bleach whichreduces the pigment melanin and prevents the risk of chemical allergic reactions which is common with hair dyesand bleaches

  • Lemon juice is given to relieve gingivitis, stomatitis, andinflammation of the tongue

  • Lemon juice is given to prevent common cold

  • Lemon juice is given to prevent or treat urinary tract infection andgonorrhea

  • Lemon juice is applied to the sites of bites and stings of certaininsects to relieve its poison and pain

  • Lemon juice relieves colic pain and gastric problems

  • Lemon juice soothes the dry skin when applied with little glycerin

  • Lemon juice used for marinating seafood or meat kills bacteria andother organisms present in them thereby prevents many gastro-intestinal tract infections

  • Lemon juice with a pinch of salt (warm) every morning lowerscholesterol levels and brings down your weight
  • Lemon juice is the best drink to prevent dehydration and shock in caseof diarrhea

  • Lemon juice can also be used as a mouthwash. It removes plaque,whitens the teeth and strengthens the enamel

  • A table spoon on thick lemon syrup everyday relieves asthma

  • Lemon juice relieves chilblains and itchy skin

  • Gargling lemon juice relieves throat infection and also used as atreatment for diphtheria

  • Lemon juice is an excellent treatment for dandruff and greasy hair

  • Lemon applied over the face removes wrinkles and keeps you young

  • Lemon juice helps to prevent and cure osteoarthritis
Kempen Tak-Nak :- Tabiat merokok boleh membunuh 1 bilion orang dalam abad ini. Terdapat lebih kurang 1.15 bilion perokok di seluruh dunia. Lebih 80% daripada angka ini adalah dari negara-negara yang berpendapatan rendah dan sederhana. Menurut Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia, tembakau menjadi satu daripada penyebab paling utama terhadap kematian di seluruh dunia.Penyakit-penyakit yang berkaitan dengan tabiat merokok membunuh seorang daripada 10 orang dewasa di seluruh dunia, atau menyebabkan empat juta kematian.

Setiap lapan saat, seorang mati akibat penggunaan tembakau. Lebih kurang 15 bilion rokok dijual setiap hari atau 10 juta setiap minit.Di kalangan negara-negara Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia, Rantau Pasifik Barat yang mana merangkumi Asia Timur dan Pasifik mempunyai kadar tabiat merokok yang tertinggi, dengan hampir dua pertiga lelaki yang merokok. Di kalangan golongan remaja di seluruh dunia berumur 13 hingga 15 tahun dianggarkan seorang daripada lima orang adalah perokok. 60,000 hingga 100,000 kanak-kanak di seluruh dunia mula merokok setiap hari secara kasar, separuh daripada mereka di negara-negara Asia. Separuh daripada perokok jangka masa panjang akan mati akibat penggunaan tembakau yang menyebabkan kanser paru-paru, penyakit jantung dan penyakit paru -paru yang kronik. Terdapat lebih daripada 4,000 bahan kimia dalam asap tembakau, yang mana 2,000 daripadanya adalah toksik, 63 adalah karsinogenik dan selebihnya adalah bahan-bahan yang boleh menyebabkan kerengsaan. Secara purata, setiap batang rokok yang dihisap akan memendekkan sekurang-kurangnya lima minit hayat seseorang. 30% daripada semua kematian berkaitan kanser adalah daripada tabiat merokok. 90% daripada semua kematian akibat kanser paru-paru adalah disebabkan oleh tabiat merokok.

Fakta sepintas lalu ::
  • Hampir separuh daripada lelaki Malaysia merokok.
  • Setiap hari, lebih kurang 45 hingga 50 remaja di bawah umur 18 tahun mula merokok.
  • 30% daripada remaja lelaki berumur 12 hingga 18 tahun merokok.
  • Bilangan remaja perempuan yang merokok semakin bertambah.
  • Hasil daripada dua kajian ke atas remaja yang dijalankan dalam tahun 2000 dan 2004, bilangan remaja perempuan yang merokok telah bertambah dari 4% hingga 8%.
  • Secara keseluruhannya, kajian dalam tahun 2004 mendapati bahawa hampir seorang daripada lima orang remaja adalah perokok.
  • Kes kanser paru-paru telah bertambah dengan kadar 17% setahun.
  • Tabiat merokok dipercayai akan menyebabkan hampir setengah juta kes penyakit koronari (jantung).
  • Berdasarkan Kajian Morbiditi dan Kesihatan Kebangsaan Ke-2 yang dijalankan oleh Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia dalam tahun 1996, tabiat merokok menyebabkan kematian lebih kurang 10,000 orang setahun.
kolestrol...apa tu?
aku dapat info nier dari paper. tertarik gak ble bce. cam mane nk turunkan kdr kolestrol errkkk...?

1. bubur gndum n oat
oat mengandungi serat larut yg boleh menurunkan kdr kolestrol tdk baik. serat larut tu dalam bahasa kesihatan nie dipanggil soluble fibre.
selain oat, lam kacang buncis( aku mkn gak sayur? nier), epal(mmg feveret aku pun), buah pir(mahal ker?), barli(boley lar...) dan buah prun(best nierr...).
serat larut nie mampu menurunkan penyerapan kolestrol dalam proses pencernaan.

2. walnut n badam
walnut boleh menurunkan kolestrol lam darah. sbb byk asid lemak tak tepu. lemak nier dpt menjadikan pembuluh darah kte sihat n elastik.
kcg badam miliki kebaikan yg tidak jauh beza ngn walnut nie.

3. ikan n asid lemak omega-3
mampu menurukn kolestrol lam badan. leh bantu jantung dgn menurunkn tknan drh. juga elak risiko pembekuan drh.
kalu tanyer doktor pun mesti ader yang menyarankan mkn ikan minimum 2 kali seminggu.

ikan aper... makarel, sardin n tuna...

4. mnyk zaitun
mengandungi campuran antioksidan yg berpotensi utk menekan kolestrol tnpa menggnggu kadar kolestrol baik(hdl).

1. Pilih diet berasaskan tumbuh-tumbuhan dengan sayur-sayuran, buah-buahan dan kekacang serta kurangkan pengambilan makanan ruji berkanji yang diproses.
2. Dapatkan berat badan ideal. Elakkan daripada mengalami kekurangan berat badan atau berlebihan berat badan.
3. Dalam sehari, ambil lima atau lebih hidangan yang terdiri daripada sayur-sayuran dan buah-buahan.
4. Hentikan pengambilan daging merah kepada kurang daripada tiga auns sehari.
5. Gunakan minyak sayur-sayuran yang sesuai secara sederhana. Hadkan pengambilan makanan berlemak terutamanya dari sumber haiwan.
6. Kurangkan pengambilan makanan bergaram dan garam dalam hidangan.
7. Kaedah memasak dengan suhu rendah seperti mengukus, merebus, mereneh, membakar dan memanggang dianggap baik untuk kesihatan.
8. Tidak perlu diet supplemen.

don't(s) after meal...?!
Don't smoke - Experiment from experts proves that smoking acigarette after meal is comparable to smoking 10 cigarettes
Don't eat fruits immediately - Immediately eating fruits aftermeals will cause stomach to be bloated with air. Therefore take fruit 1-2 hrafter meal or 1hr before meal
Don't drink tea - Because tea leaves contain a high content ofacid. This substance will cause the Protein content in the food we consumeto be hardened thus difficult to digest
Don't loosen your belt - Loosening the belt after a meal willeasily cause the intestine to be twisted & blocked
Don't bathe - Bathing will cause the increase of blood flow to thehands, legs & body thus the amount of blood around the stomach willtherefore decrease. This will weaken the digestive system in our stomach

jika ada info lain, aku akan tambah lagi erkkk...!