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Problem : bakit unmanagable parin yung htn sa community despite of all the health

teachings na ginawa natin

Why? kasi they still eat salty foods, mahal yung meds etc

sagot na mahal yungmeds

we taught them how to use garlic as an alternative which is effective

still hindi parin mamange, yun yung problem... why hindi parin mamange

malalaman natin kung bakit inspite of all the health teachings natin with the use of
garlic to manage htn, yung rason bakit hindi parin mamanage ung htn nila

Response of hypertensive patients of to the health teaching about the


effects of garlic as an alternative to hypertensive medication

Hindi mamanage inspite health teachings

Purpose Statement

The focus of this study is to investigate effectiveness of garlic as an alternative means of


alleviating pain The increasing cost of drugs and the chronic use of drugs, especially opioid
analgesics, is strongly associated with addiction and negative social consequences and
connotations. As a result, people are turning to herbal medicine as their primaryor alternative
treatment for pain.

The focus of this study is to investigate if hypertensive patients are using garlic as an alternative
medication to hypertension and its effectiveness. The increasing cost of drugs and the chronic
use of drugs, especially hypertensive drugs, is strongly associated with addiction and negative
social consequences and connotations. As a result, people are turning to herbal medicine as
their primaryor alternative treatment for pain.

The focus of this study is to investigate response on the complaint of pain in


relation of having a communication or understanding between the nurse and the
patient. Pain is a highly subjective multidimensional phenomenon that no two
people experience it in exactly the same manner. It is an unpleasant sensory and
emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage according
to the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP). A person in pain feels
distress or suffering and seeks relief. One important nursing responsibility is
relieving pain and anxiety and the nurse uses variety of intervention to bring relief
or to restore comfort. Since pain is highly subjective, the nurse cannot see or feel
the client’s pain. Barriers between the patient and the nurse often limit the
effectiveness of treatment. Such barriers vary from one patient to another, may be
poorly defined and have been proved to be resistant to change. In the part of
physicians and nurses, personal biases, cultural attitudes or knowledge deficits may
influence their approach to the patient in pain. Consequently, this study discusses
therapeutic communication and therapeutic intervention in relieving pain of the
patient. This study also aims to promote therapeutic communication with the
patient in relieving the patients’ pain and distress and encourage the tradition of
nurses to establish rapport to have a good and as to achieve a holistic approach in
rendering quality care to patients.

Pain is a subjective experience so pain is whatever the experiencing person says it is,
existing whenever he/shesays it does.

Pain is a subjective experience, and no objective tests exist to measure it (APS,

2003). Whenever possible, the existence and intensity of pain are measured by

the patient’s self-report, abiding by the clinical definition of pain that states

“Pain is whatever the experiencing person says it is, existing whenever he/she

says it does” (McCaffery, 1968)

Pain is universally understood as a signal of disease and is the most common symptom that
brings a patient to a physician.21 Western clinical medicine and traditional Oriental medicine
share common goals of alleviating pain and eliminating the causes of pain; however, the
philosophy and clinical approach to pain management in the two disciplines is very
different. Generally speaking, Western drugs have immediate and reliable analgesic effects.
Unfortunately, Western pharmaceuticals often cause serious short- and long-term side-
effects. In addition, the chronic use of drugs, especially opioid analgesics, is strongly
associated with addiction and negative social consequences and connotations. As a result,
more and more patients are turning to herbal medicine as their primary, complementary or
alternative treatment for pain.

Herbal medicines definitely have outstanding analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anti-


spasmodic functions and benefits. However, even though herbs and pharmaceutical drugs
have many overlapping functions, they are not directly interchangeable or analogs of each
other. The therapeutic effectiveness of herbal formulas is dependent on accurate diagnosis
and careful prescription. When used properly, herbs are powerful alternatives to drugs for
pain management.