"JOM! KITA DAULATKAN AL QURAN DAN SUNNAH"

" Sembahyang itu tiang agama. Barang siapa mendirikannya maka sesungguhnya ia telah mendirikan agama dan barangsiapa meninggalkannya maka sesungguhnya ia telah merobohkan agama." (Hadis riwayat Baihaki dari Ibnu Umar)

"Ya Allah Sekiranya Hari Ini Merupakan Hari Terakhir Kami, Kau Akhirilah Kalimah Kami Dengan Kalimah لآ اِلَهَ اِلّا اللهُ

Sesungguhnya aku menasihati kamu bukan bererti akulah yang terbaik di kalangan kamu. Bukan juga paling soleh di kalangan kamu. Kerana aku juga pernah melampaui batas untuk diri sendiri. Seandainya, seseorang itu hanya dapat menyampaikan dakwah apabila dia sempurna. Nescaya tidak akan ada pendakwah. Maka akan jadi sikitlah orang yang memberi peringatan.

-Imam Hassan Basri-

ILMU ITU UMPAMA BARANG KESAYANGAN KITA YANG HILANG, IANYA PERLU DICARI KERANA IA ADALAH HAK KITA
Imam Al Ghazali

Monday, 26 September 2011

KURANG TIDUR MENYUMBANG KEPADA TEKANAN DARAH TINGGI

Coming up short on your nightly snooze not only can affect your mood but, as a new US study finds, can also raise your blood pressure.  When it comes to good health, it boils down to three essentials: diet, exercise and sleep, all of which are critical to maintainning overall health, and specifically, a healthy blood pressure, the researchers said.  In the study, men who got the least deep sleep were 80% more likely to develop high blood pressure than those who got the most.  Deep sleep patterns were measured by a reduced speed of their brain waves - deep or"slow wave" sleep is also characterised by non rapid eye movement (nonREM) from which it is difficult to awaken.  People with poor quality sleep spend reduced time in deep sleep.  Previous studies have linked sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea to an increased risk of high blood pressure.

TIPS FOR A BETTER NIGHT'S REST

  • Cut caffeine - the effects of caffeine can take as long as eight hours to wear off
  • Avoid alcohol as a sleep aid- it may initially help you fall asleep, but it can also lead to less-than restful sleep
  • Relax before bedtime-create a pre-sleep ritual, such as light stretching or hot bath, to help you unwind
  • Exercise regular exercise, usually in the mornings or afternoons can help you sleep like a baby
  • Keep your bedroom dark, quiet and comfortable.



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