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Tips for Dealing with Body Shaming Treatment

The comments 'How come you are thinner?' Or 'You look like you gained weight?' Are used as one of the pleasantries in a conversation or form of our attention to others. But is it true that this is a form of attention? Or maybe we're doing body shaming? Body shaming is the behavior of bad mouthing other people's appearance, or comparing one's physical condition with others. Not only from others, we can also get body shaming treatment from ourselves, that is when we give a negative stamp or comment to our physical appearance. Impact of Body Shaming Body shaming will certainly cause unpleasant feelings to the victim. When treated with body shaming, the victim will feel ashamed of his body condition and feel that his body is ugly and needs to be repaired. For example, if the victim feels her body is fat, she will use a variety of methods to lose weight, from holding back eating, spewing food that has been eaten, or using laxatives. This condition includes
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Here's a Good Way of Straining when Giving Birth

Straining or the process of pushing a baby out into the birth canal can be daunting or difficult for women who want to give birth normally. Especially if this is the first birth experience. But no need to worry too much, there are some good ways to push so that labor is easier. The process of giving birth normally consists of three stages. The first stage is when the uterus undergoes contraction and there is an opening in the birth canal, this opening occurs in the cervix or cervix. The second stage is the process in which the baby's head has started to get out of the birth canal, and you have to struggle to give birth to your baby. Finally, the stage of discharge of the placenta after the baby is born. Well, the process of pushing occurs when you enter the second stage. When Should You Start Straining? The sign of your body ready to start pushing is when the cervix has fully widened to 10 cm. At this time, the contractions that you feel occur every 2 to 3 minutes with a dura

Saving a baby with diarrhea from dangerous risks

Diarrhea babies tend to be more at risk of complications than adults who are experiencing diarrhea. Diarrhea infants can become dehydrated quickly, even within two hours after diarrhea begins. This condition can be very dangerous, especially in newborns. Newborns, especially those who consume breast milk, do release feces that are thinner and frothier than babies who consume formula milk. This makes the mother sometimes confused to determine whether the stools are normal or not. Normal stools in infants who consume breast milk are generally yellowish, soft-textured, and runny. Although not always the case, newborns who are breastfed can breastfeed up to five times a day. Sometimes because the stomach is full, breast milk stimulates the digestive tract so the baby will defecate right after breastfeeding. When the age is over one month, babies can defecate as much as one to two times per day. Meanwhile, babies who consume formula milk only defecate once a day with stool that is hard