Monday, August 5, 2019

Panduan Lengkap Memulakan Penternakan Kambing



1. Kenapa Kambing?
Pada bab permulaan ini, saya kongsikan serba sedikit info berkaitan sejarah kambing serta apakah  7 kelebihan penternakan kambing berbanding ternak-ternakan lain.

2. Modal & Sumber Kewangan
Terdapat 4 cara yang boleh anda gunakan untuk mendapatkan sumber kewangan, dan sedikit penerangan mengenai sistem penternakan.

3. Tenaga Kerja - Siapa Nak Jaga?
Menjadi satu dilema yang besar, terutama sekali kepada anda yang masih bekerja makan gaji tetapi dalam masa yang sama, mahu memulakan projek penternakan kambing ini secara sambilan. Dalam bab ini, saya kongsikan 2 cara yang boleh anda gunakan untuk mencari orang menjaga ternakan anda.

4. Kandang Kambing
Ada banyak perkara yang perlu anda pertimbangkan apabila hendak membina kandang kambing. Dalam bab ini, saya terangkan secara terperinci tentang 10 perkara penting berkaitan kandang yang perlu anda tahu sebelum membinanya. Saya juga kongsikan beberapa gambarajah bentuk kandang kambing.

5. Makanan Kambing
Untuk menghasilkan kambing yang bermutu dan memenuhi ciri-ciri 3G (bukan talian 3G yer!) , faktor pemberian makanan adalah faktor yang penting.  Dalam bab ini, saya ceritakan tentang 4 jenis makanan yang boleh anda jadikan makanan kambing. Malah, dalam bab ini, saya siap tunjukkan juga secara bergambar, langkah-demi-langkah menanam rumput khas yang sememangnya adalah merupakan sumber utama makanan kambing. Dengan menanam rumput ini, anda akan dapat menjimatkan sebahagian besar kos makanan kambing.

6. Baka Kambing
Kambing ini memang ada banyak jenis dan baka. Jadi, dalam bab ini, saya kongsikan tentang 5 jenis baka kambing yang selalu di jadikan baka permulaan serta, bagaimanakah untuk memilih baka yang terbaik? Sebenarnya, ada teknik khas untuk memilih seseekor kambing itu, untuk dijadikan baka. Perkara ini sangat penting, sebab, kalau anda silap pilih baka, maka...kambing-kambing yang dilahirkan selepas itu, akan kurang berkualiti, kurus, dan mudah mendapat penyakit.

7. Pembiakan Kambing
Dalam bab ini, saya terangkan secara terperinci tentang tempoh biang, tempoh bunting serta proses melahirkan anak. Turut diterangkan tentang perkara-perkara yang perlu dilakukan selepas kelahiran anak dan bagaimana menguruskan anak kambing yang baru lahir.

8. Masalah Kambing
Senarai penyakit-penyakit kambing serta cara bagaimana merawatinya.

9. Teknik Memerah Susu
Ini paling seronok, saya tunjukkan secara bergambar, bagaimana untuk memerah susu kambing dengan betul. Sebab, kalau silap perah, mahu kena terajang dengan kambing nanti.. He he! Seronok & puas beb dapat perah susu kambing nie!

10. Pengurusan Kambing
Jadual harian di dalam menguruskan penternakan kambing.

11. Pemasaran
Bila kambing dah banyak, mestilah anda nak jual pulakan? Jadi, dalam bab ini, saya senaraikan 8 kaedah dan saluran yang boleh anda gunakan di dalam memasarkan hasil penternakan kambing anda.

Saturday, May 4, 2019

10 Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack

10 Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack

A heart attack is known as a myocardial infarction. This occurs when the heart muscle is damaged or does not receive enough oxygen. Many cardiac related problems occur due to blockages in arteries that carry purified blood away from the heart to different parts of the body. Another cause is the formation of blood clots.

Very often, it is quite difficult to differentiate between a heart attack and heartburn. The common signs of a heart attack are a tightness, pain, or discomfort in the chest. Sweating, nausea, and vomiting that are accompanied by intense pressure in the chest. A radiating and intense pain in the chest that extends from the chest to the left arm. A shortness of breath for more than a few minutes.  If you have any of the above you must consult the doctor or go to the emergency rooms.

If you even think you are having a heart attack you must call for a cardiac care ambulance, and put under your tongue a sorbitrate or chew an aspirin. If you are allergic to aspirin don’t take one. At the hospital care will include rapid thrombolysis, cardiac catheterization, and angioplasty. They will also administer intravenously clot busting medications.

The risk factors for a heart attack include: smoking, diabetes, high levels of cholesterol, hypertension, family history of heart diseases, atherosclerosis, lack of exercise, obesity, and fast foods.

Reduce the risks of a heart attack by:

1. Quitting smoking.

2. Eating healthy. Avoid fatty foods, excess salt, and red meats.

3. Controlling high blood pressure and diabetes.

4. Ensuring regular exercise at least 30 minutes a day. Walking is most beneficial.

5. Preventing obesity. Doing all you can to maintain weight.

6. Choosing to live a healthy lifestyle.

7. Practicing meditation.

8. Doing regular relaxation and breathing exercises.

9. Undergoing periodic cardiac evaluations.

10. Including foods that are rich in anti-oxidants in your diet.


The norm prevention is better than cure could lead a whole nation towards good health and well being.


Sunday, February 24, 2019

High Blood Pressure And Your Heart

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Hypertension can wreck havoc on many body organs. Its effects on the heart are especially damaging. High blood pressure and heart disease are closely connected.

Moderate to high blood pressure significantly increases the load on the left side of the heart. Arterioles are often diseased or constricted, which increases resistance to blood flow. When this happens, the heart has to work much more to pump blood into the arterial system including the aorta.

When any muscle is overused, it tends to increase in size and bulk. The heart muscles react the same way. An enlarged heart is a sign of trouble.

Heart enlargement can be detected in several ways. A chest x-ray can reveal it. So can an electrocardiogram or even a physical examination.

In many high blood pressure patients, the walls of the left ventricle thicken. This increases the workload on the heart. Eventually, the heart falters and the left side of the heart no longer pumps blood adequately.

When this happens, major organs and tissues of the body are denied sufficient blood supply. The affected person becomes lethargic and weak.

Because of the higher pressure in the left ventricle, blood from the lungs cannot drain into the top compartment of the heart (the atrium). As a result, the lung tissues get congested which brings on bouts of breathlessness and coughs.

The patient may have a dry cough or even frothy phlegm with blood stains in it. This is a very scary experience to the sufferer and onlookers. In an acute attack, it seems to the patient that he or she is choking to death.

Breathlessness due to heart problems may be first noticed during prolonged physical exertion. If the condition has progressed further, breathlessness may occur even while resting. 

This is a serious situation and needs to be tacked immediately. If this damage worsens, the right side of the heart will be affected as well. When pressure builds up in the right atrium, it will be difficult for veins to drain blood into it.

When the heart's condition deteriorates to this stage, the external jugular veins may become enlarged and more prominent. These veins are anyway close to the skin and may be visible even in healthy adults, but stress on the heart can increase their protrusion. 

There are several other symptoms of right side heart failure. They include an enlarged liver, swollen ankles and feet, loss of appetite, swollen abdomen and lower urine flow. 

High blood pressure and heart disease frequently have a cause and effect relationship. Making necessary lifestyle changes can help combat both.

Heart Attack Symptoms

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Heart attacks are something that can be inherited from others in your family or you can create a world where you are eating and leading the lifestyle that is going to lead to a heart attach. No matter if your parents have had heart attacks, or if you are leading a sedentary lifestyle, it is important to understand and learn about what is going to be the signs of a heart attack. Heart attack symptoms are something that should not be ignored, and that you should seek medical attention for if you feel or think that you are having a heart attack. A heart attack can lead to death, and a severe heart attack can sometimes be prevented or treated if you know what some of the heart attack symptoms are.

Heart attack symptoms in every day life


No matter what you age, there can be underlying problems that are going to lead to a heart attack if you are not careful. The first line of defense for anyone, is to get regular checkups. For the doctor to see you when you are healthy and feeling good, and then when you are sick, the doctor can determine easier what may be ‘out of line’ or ‘out of whack’ making you feel ill. Getting a regular physical is going to be a good defense preventing medical problems in the long run.

Heart attack symptoms can be very sudden and for other people they can be long-term problems, pains and even just discomforts. A heart attack is one that can come on and not last very long, or for other people it can be sudden and the pain can last for hours.

If you feel a heavy feeling in your chest, like someone is standing on your chest and you just can’t catch your breath, this is a sign of a heart attack. If you have been feeling a pain that comes and goes, that is uncomfortable, that is a squeezing feeling or a sharp shooting pain, this could be signs of a heart attack.

Another sign of a heart attack can be a shortness of breath. If you are a very active person, you know what it will feel like when you are unable to catch your breath or take in a deep breath. The signs of a heart attack include not being able to take a breath, or a deep breath which can in turn leave you feeling dizzy and feeling as if you need to sit down for a while. A heart attack symptom is not one that you should ignore. If you are feeling combinations of symptoms it can be vital to get to your doctor as soon as possible.

If you feel pains or discomfort in your arms, legs or in the chest, and you feel as if your neck or jaw are hurting uncontrollably, these could be additional signs of a heart attack. Heart attack symptoms will vary from person to person, but pain that is not normal, that you don’t usually feel, in combination with shortness of breath and or a tightness in your chest could be a huge sign that you are heading towards a heart attack.