Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Exposure of Murottal of Al-Faatihah, Yaasiin, and Ar-Rahmaan Letter during Pregnancy on Parent Cortisol Levels and Number of Glia Cells in Newborn Rattus norvegicus
Nurul Ainia , Hermanto Tri Joewon , Ashon Sa’adi
Anxiety during pregnancy increases the activity of the sympathetic nervous system, which causes the brain to release too much of the hormone cortisol. It is a risk factor that is dangerous for the mother and fetus. Glia cells have an essential function, are irreplaceable, and makeup half of the volume of the brain. Increasing the number of glia is indicative of proper synaptic function and is related to human intelligence. This study aimed to analyze the cortisol levels of the mother Rattus norvegicus and the number of Glia cells in Rattus norvegicus newborn, which murottal using letter of Al-Fatihaah explained, Yaasiin, Ar-Rahmaan and was not given exposure
murottal, Rattus norvegicus, glial cells, cortisol, human and health
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