Sugita Sugita, Sugita
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Journal : JURNAL KEBIDANAN DAN KESEHATAN TRADISIONAL

EFEKTIVITAS PEMBERIAN AROMATERAPI LAVENDER DAN JAHE TERHADAP PENURUNAN FREKUENSI MUAL MUNTAH PADA IBU HAMIL TRIMESTER I DI BPM TRUCUK KLATEN Rahayu, RD; Sugita, Sugita
JURNAL KEBIDANAN DAN KESEHATAN TRADISIONAL Vol 3 No 1 (2018): Jurnal Kebidanan dan Kesehatan Tradisional
Publisher : Poltekkes Kemenkes Surakarta

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Abstract: Lavender Aromtherapy, Ginger Aromatherapy, Nausea Vomiting, Pregnant Mother. Aromatherapy is a therapy modality or alternative treatment by using a pure aromatherapy extract in the form of volatile plant fluid material and other aromatherapy compounds from plants. Knowing the Effectiveness of Aromatherapy Lavender and Ginger Aromatherapy on Reduced Frequency of Nausea Vomiting in Trimester Pregnant Mother at BPM Trucuk Klaten. Quantitative type with this research design using quasi experiment (quasi experiment). The population in this study were all trimester I pregnant mother who checked their pregnancy at BPM Trucuk Klaten during may until Juni 2017. The sampling technique is accidental sampling is 32 pregnan. Data analysis using paired t-test and independent t-test.Results. There was a significant difference between mean intensity degree of vomiting before and after ginger aroma therapy with p value = 0,000 (?<0,05). There was a significant difference between mean intensity of degree of nausea of vomiting before and after aromatherapy therapy with p value 0.000 (? <0,05). The scent of lavender therapy is more effective against nausea and vomiting (8.50) than in the ginger aroma therapy group (6.50), so it can be concluded that the aroma of lavender therapy is more effective than the aroma of ginger therapy.
BUDAYA JAWA IBU POSTPARTUM DI DESA CANDIREJO KECAMATAN NGAWEN KABUPATEN KLATEN Sugita, Sugita; Widiastuti, Nurul Herlina
JURNAL KEBIDANAN DAN KESEHATAN TRADISIONAL Vol 1 No 1 (2016): Jurnal Kebidanan dan Kesehatan Tradisional
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Abstract: Java Culture, Mrs. Post Partum. The purpose of this study is to describe the culture of Java on postpartum mothers in the village Candirejo Ngawen District of Klaten district. This research is descriptive quantitative research subjects across the capital after the postpartum period ending at 24 samples. Technical analysis of the data used is descriptive test. The results showed that 16.66% of mothers after the postpartum period wear pilis 0-40 days, 25% use them less than 40 days, 37.5% were taking parem in the hands and feet for 40 days, 75% drink herbal rice kencur, 87, 5% herbal drink wejahan, 37.5% herbal drink papaya leaves, 8.33% herbal drink turmeric tamarind, ginger herbal drink 4,16%, 37.5% herbal drink uyup-uyup, 37.5% do masage, 58, 33% do walik bye at the time selapanan, 37.5% were taking octopus knot, wearing a corset 8.33%, 50% wear stagen 4 meters long, 41.66% were taking stagen along 10 meters, 50% do kempitan less than 40 day, 95.83% did sit senden less than 40 days, 66.66% abstain from eating spicy, 33.33% abstaining stimulating, 4.16% abstain from drinking a lot, 12.5% abstinence drinking ice, 8.33% abstain from eating sugary foods, 87.5% sat straight legs, a 100% sat feet together, parallel, not hanging and 75% sat with his feet propped up a small chair.