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12 Natural Drugs For Impotence

Erectile dysfunction or impotence is a problem that affects many men and cause a problem for both patients and their partners.That’s why drugs like Viagra, Levitra, etc. that can overcome this big problem gaining market in general. In fact, impotence is not a new problem. The problem has been there for thousands of years, perhaps even since the beginning of the existence of Adam.Diverse cultures and ethnicities were inherited have developed a variety of drugs to cope. Many natural herbs that have properties similar to synthetic substances contained in Viagra and other new drugs with fewer side effects. Here are 12 of them:

1. Ginseng
For centuries the Chinese have used sinshes Panax ginseng, also known as Asian or Korean ginseng as a cure for impotence. Linda B. Blanco, MD, and Steven Foster, author of The Herbal Pharmacy, reported that U.S. scientists are skeptical of the effectiveness of this herb to admit that some studies in animals have shown promising results. White and Foster showed that ginseng is not a quick solution for erectile dysfunction, but may give positive results if taken consistently for several months.According to the Mayo Clinic, several studies with Asian and American ginseng shows its benefits for erectile dysfunction. This herb is also considered safe, since it rarely gives a negative reaction. However, the use of antidepressants, along with menimbukan ginseng may interact with other drugs that cause mania. Continue reading

Routine Infant Head Circumference Measurement

“What is your baby’s weight now?” ”It increases how high?”. Both questions are usually dominate the attention of parents for your baby’s growth. Rarely are parents who are interested in measuring the circumference of the baby’s head.

The size of the circumference of the baby’s head, according to dr.Attila Dewanti, SP.A, become one of the important parameters of growth of a baby. ”The size of growth of head circumference, brain volume reflects the baby a month,” he said.

The average size of the circumference of the baby’s head at birth is 34 to 35 cm. head circumference is greater than 2 cm per month at the age of 0-3 months. Moreover, at the age of 4-6 months to grow 1 cm per month, and at age 6 to 12 months increased by 0.5 cm per month. Continue reading

Early Detection Hydrocephalus

Hydrocephalus or accumulation of fluid in the brain that causes the baby’s head could swell prevented and detected with a simple way,namely by measuring head circumference.

“At the time of the control infants every month, usually control the circumference of the head. In addition also a high tracking weight loss,” said dr. Diah Pramit, SpA

Diah said the measure goes to the baby, it can be done by anyone, provided they know the right way. A simple way is to use a tape measure garment / fabric. Continue reading

7 Tips Baby Skin Care

The baby’s skin is very soft, but vulnerable to changes in temperature, drought and infection. Because sweat glands are not fully developed, the baby’s skin is very sensitive to hot and cold temperatures. Although sebaceous glands are formed in the skin, but do not produce oil. As a result, babies are prone to dry skin.The baby’s skin is also susceptible to infection because the protection system against microorganisms have not been fully established. Therefore, the proper care of sensitive baby skin is very important in the early months of life.

Here are seven tips that are recommended in the care of the child’s skin

1. Bath every day, but clean skin every day.
In the first four months, not bathe your baby every day. Baby care experts recommend for baby’s bath once a week, especially in the first two months of life. Special baby soap is more friendly with the baby’s skin, but its use should not be too often. To keep baby’s skin does not dry out because of soap in the bath water you can pour a few drops of olive oil or baby oil. Continue reading