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Wednesday, 23-Mar-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Bunga kuning...

 
 
 
Baru cuba try test buat dual effect.. Belajar edit gambar guna Fireworks...



Monday, 21-Mar-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
abah ...

 
 
 
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Semalam genap umur abah 70 tahun... maknanya, dah 3 tahun abah menyambut ulangtahun hari lahirnya dengan keadaan begitu.. kesian abah.. Namun, abah masih dikira beruntung, sebab anak-anak ada disisi...
Abah diserang strok pada 23 Jun 2002.. Dua puluh satu hari selepas aku menyambut ulangtahun hari lahir ke 25.. Hampir sebulan abah koma selepas pembedahan di kepala... Dua bulan hospital menjadi rumah kedua kami...
Abah adalah seorang yang menjaga akan kesihatan dirinya.. Abah jarang-jarang sakit.. Sememangnya peristiwa itu merupakan satu kejutan buat kami..Namun, ini adalah dugaan buatnya, dan juga kami sekeluarga... Kami terima dengan redha.. Setiap apa yang berlaku, pasti ada hikmah disebaliknya...


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Ya Allah! Ampunilah bagiku segala dosaku dan juga dosa dua ibu bapaku dan kasihanilah mereka keduanya sebagaimana mereka memelihara dan mendidikku di masa kecil.


Some info about stroke...

WHAT IS STROKE?
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to or within the brain is stopped or interrupted, causing damage to the brain. Whichever part of the brain is damaged, the functions it controls will be affected.

CAUSES OF STROKE
There are several causes of stroke and this include
1. Cerebral Thrombosis
This is most common. Arteries become partly occluded by the buildup of fatty deposits of atherosclerosis. Blood flow is slowed so that clots form in the clogged vessel, blocking the blood supply to a part of the brain.
2. Cerebral Haemorrhage
Bleeding in the brain. It is the result of burst blood vessels in the brain and is usually caused by high blood pressure and blood vessels abnormalities.
3. Cerebral Embolism
This happens when a wandering clot, originating outside the brain, is carried by the bloodstream to the brain. The clot plugs the vessels, blocking the blood flow.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF STROKE?
Symptoms of stroke usually develop abruptly over minutes or hours and rarely over several days. They are:

headache
dizziness and confusion
disturbance of vision
slurred speech or loss of speech
difficulty in swallowing
paralysis
loss of sensation of one side of the body. The more serious cases lead to death or severe physical or mental handicap

THE RISK FACTORS?
- High Blood Pressure
- High cholesterol level
- Diabetes
- Heart Disease
- Smoking
- Drinking - heavy alcohol consumption
- Overweight (obesity)
- Inactivity or lack of exercise
- Previous TIA or Stroke
- Oral Contraceptive use (above age 30 years)
- Stress

HOW TO LOWER YOUR RISK

1. Treat high blood pressure
High blood pressure is present in 40-70% of stroke. It causes clogging of the arteries and puts abnormal pressure on blood vessel walls, which can rupture at a weak spot.
High blood pressure must be treated. It is important to have regular checks.
Controlling high blood pressure will help reduce the risk of stroke.

2. Stop smoking
Smoking speeds up atherosclerosis.
Nicotine in tobacco can raise blood pressure. Cigarette smoking is a major factor is stroke and should be stopped.

3. Avoid high cholesterol and fatty foods
High blood cholesterol level is a major risk factor for stroke. Thus, it is important to cut down high cholesterol and fatty food.

4. Avoid excess alcohol
Those who take alcohol have twice the risk for haemorrhage stroke as non-drinkers. For heavy drinkers, the occurrence of stroke increases three times.

5. Control your weight
Try to maintain your weight and within the ideal range for your age and height. Blood pressure rises with an increase in body weight and falls with a reduction in weight.

6. Exercise regularly
Maintain a regular exercise programme. If you have not started on one previously, it is advisable for you to see your doctor before starting an exercise programme.

7. Avoid excessive stress
Learning to cope with a certain amount of stress may be helpful but to much stress may be harmful. To avoid excessive stress, learn relaxation techniques. If you have a competitive, hurried behaviour pattern, modify it. Stress increases blood pressure.

DOES STROKE RUN IN THE FAMILY?
In some ways, yes. If you have a family history of stroke, you should take steps to decrease your risk through life style modification, such as following a proper diet, exercising regularly, not smoking, and other means as discussed earlier.

Source : http://www.ish.kpj.com.my/stroke.htm


Thursday, 17-Mar-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
nak demam kot...

 
 
 
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bangun pagi, sakit tekak dah mula terasa...
maknanya, demam selsema nak melanda bila-bila....
kalau kene selsema, leh tahan lagi..
tapi klu dah start batuk, sakit sampai ke ulu hati...
tengoklah, kalau rajin nanti, gi klinik...


Wednesday, 16-Mar-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
misteri nusantara...

 
sessi tak der keje..



Monday, 14-Mar-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
... and my digital story begins ...

test #1
test #2
cak!!
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Finally i got my own digicam.. Bought it at PWTC Fotokem camera fest yesterday..
Actually this is not the camera that i really want...
Lain yang disurvey, lain yang dibeli... hehe.. So far i'm quite happy with the picture result.. lagipun, dapat sekali free table tripod, pouch, 128 & 256 SD card & free 400 print copies.. walaupun ada perkara lain yang tak best dikesan..
Tapi tak per lah.. it's my new begin to digital photography...
Yang penting, kene rajin2 shot & belajar dan terus belajar...



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