Better to prevent than cure. If you handle it, it becomes more difficult. Therefore, everyone should pay attention to stunts.
JAKARTA (ANTARA) – Raising family awareness about ensuring expectant mothers have a healthy pregnancy may help prevent childhood stunting, says National Population Family. Planning Agency (BKKBN) said:
“It’s better to prevent than to cure. If you deal with it, it will be more difficult. So everyone should pay attention to stunting,” said BKKBN’s Hasto Waldyo on Friday’s broadcast. Told.
There is a need to raise public awareness of stunting, he added, as stunting can reduce children’s intelligence, prevent them from growing optimally and prevent them from participating in sports.
Stunting is an important problem, but it’s not an urgent one, Wardoyo said. This means that parental preparation to prevent stunting at birth is important, but not urgent for those who plan to have children but are not pregnant.
“Wanting to have a child without stunting is important, but not urgent if we are not currently pregnant. If you’re just preparing for stunting, it’s too late.
Families concerned about the health of mothers and babies are always worried about potential risks, he said. Also, it is necessary to make them aware of the importance of getting a medical checkup from a young age to understand their health condition before they become mothers.
He then urged all families to pay more attention to this issue.
He began to have his family change their minds and make them realize that it is better to prevent stunting than to treat it, as there are limits to getting treatment on time for optimal results. I asked.
“It should be raised as a concern.
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