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30 March 2013

HEART HEALTH - Symptoms for Heart Conditions

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Disease of the heart and circulation is an umbrella term for several types of conditions including heart attacks, stroke and disturbance to your heart's rhythm.
The symptoms you might experience will vary depending on the type of disease.

Finding out more

For more information on the symptoms associated with each type of condition take a look at our conditions pages.

The most common type of heart disease is coronary heart disease - heart attacks and angina.

The damage to your heart from a heart attack may cause heart failure. When heart muscle is damaged, it cannot heal itself. That's why we need to raise £50 million to help mend broken hearts.

Heart attack symptoms

It's important to remember that the symptoms of a heart attack can vary from one person to another.

Symptoms can range from a severe pain in the centre of the chest, to having mild chest discomfort that makes you feel generally unwell. In some cases, chest pain or discomfort are accompanied by other symptoms.
If you, or anyone around you, experience any of these symptoms, don't ignore them. Phone 999 for an ambulance immediately. This means that you will get treatment as soon as possible.

The sooner you get treatment, the greater your chances of survival.

Symptoms include:

  central chest pain; a dull pain, ache or 'heavy' feeling in your chest; or

    mild discomfort in your chest that makes you feel generally unwell. 

    The pain or discomfort may feel like a bad episode of indigestion.

●  this pain or discomfort may spread to the arms, neckjaw, back or


●  as well as having chest pain or discomfort you can feel light-headed or

    dizzy and short of breath.

●  You may also feel nauseous or vomit.

This two minute film lets you experience what it's like to have a heart attack first hand. Take the time to watch it then you'll be prepared if and when it happens for real.

HEART HEALTH - Prevention

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There's lots you can do to keep your heart healthy - whatever your age. Taking exercise, eating a healthy diet, encouraging children to be heart healthy and being aware of dangers such as smoking, drinking, high blood pressure, and stress are all important for your long term heart health. 


Prevention is as relevant to people who already have heart disease as it is for everyone else. In every case it's all about getting the balance right.
People of all ages who are physically active are less likely to get cardiovascular disease as those that are inactive. And a healthy diet helps to reduce your risk of developing heart disease, or if you've already got heart problems it will help to protect your heart. 

Am I at risk?

We should all be thinking about our heart health and what we can do to keep as healthy as possible. Taking our online lifestyle check is a great place to find out where to start. 

Looking for support?
Our online magazine, heart matters, has great information and tips on how to keep your heart healthy. Read other people's stories of living with heart disease and hear what our experts have to say about risk factors like high cholesterol and high blood pressure.

Heart health advice in different languages
Bangladeshi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu

Your ethnic background can increase your risk of getting coronary heart disease. Find out what your risks are, and get advice on small lifestyle changes you can make to reduce them.


Read more about how to look after your heart in our booklet Dbaj o zdrowe serce – Informacje dla Polak√≥w.

British Sign Language

Practical steps to a healthy heart is a series of videos we produced in British Sign Language (BSL). The videos focus on Stephen Derring's story, and help you understand the risk factors associated with getting coronary heart disease.

They'll make you think about some things you could do to keep your heart healthy. 

HEART HEALTH - How Your Heart Works

Source : British Heart Foundation

Your heart is a pump that keeps blood moving around your body. It delivers oxygen and nutrients to all parts of your body, and carries away unwanted carbon dioxide and waste products.

The structure of the human heart

The heart is made up of three layers:

  Pericardium – thin outer protective sack.
  Myocardium – specialised cells making up the thick muscular wall.
●  Endocardium – thin inner lining of the heart.  

Inside the heart there are four chambers – two on the left side and two on the right.

●  The two small upper chambers are called the atria.
  The two larger lower chambers are called the ventricles.

The left and right sides of the heart are divided by a muscular wall called the septum.

There are four valves in your heart. They act like ‘gates’ that open and close, making sure that your blood travels in one direction through your heart – a bit like a one-way traffic system. They are called the tricuspid valve and the pulmonary valve on the right side of the heart, and the  and the aortic valve on the left.

Like every other living tissue, the heart itself needs a continuous supply of fresh blood. This blood supply comes from the coronary arteries which branch off from the main artery (the aorta) as it leaves the left ventricle. The coronary arteries spread across the outside of the myocardium, supplying it with blood.

How a healthy heart works
Your heart is a pump that keeps blood moving around your body. It delivers oxygen and nutrients to all parts of your body, and carries away unwanted carbon dioxide and waste products.

How blood travels around your body
As your heart muscle contracts, it pushes blood through your heart. With each contraction, or heartbeat:

●  Your heart pumps blood forward from its left side, through the aorta 
    (the main artery leaving the heart) and into the arteries. Blood from the 
    right side is pumped to your lungs.

●  The blood continues through the arteries, which divide off into smaller and 
    smaller branches of microscopic capillaries.Travelling through this network 
    of capillaries, blood reaches every part of your body.

●  The blood then travels back to the heart from the capillaries into the veins. 
    The branches of the veins join to form larger veins, which deliver the blood 
    back to the right side of your heart.

As the heart relaxes in between each heartbeat or contraction, blood from your veins fills the right side of your heart and blood from the lungs fills the left side of your heart.

The two sides of the heart are separate, but they work together. The right side of the heart receives dark, de-oxygenated blood which has circulated around your body. It pumps this to your lungs, where it picks up a fresh supply of oxygen and becomes bright red again.

The cardiovascular system
This movement of blood around the body, pumped by the heart, is called circulation. This system is called the cardiovascular system (or heart and circulatory system).

●  It contains about five litres (eight pints) of blood, which your heart is 
    continuously circulating.
●  Each day, your heart beats about 100,000 times.
  It pumps about 23,000 litres (5,000 gallons) of blood around your body.

For your heart to keep pumping regularly, it needs an electrical supply. This is provided by a special group of heart cells called the sinus node, which is also known as your heart’s natural pacemaker.

What if something goes wrong?
Some people are born with hearts that have not developed properly before birth  - this is calledcongenital heart disease. Some heart conditions may develop later in life, including coronary heart disease and atrial fibrillation. Sometimes you can inherit a heart condition from your family.

People who have coronary heart disease are at risk of having  a heart attack. Damage to the heart muscle because of a heart attack can lead to heart failure which will affect you for the rest of your life. Your donations are helping our scientists to mend broken hearts like these. You can also watch ourstem cell video to find out more.

Heart failure can also be caused by other conditions. How heart failure affects you will depend on the cause of the heart failure and how much of your heart muscle it affects.


OSH MANAGEMENT - Lebih 59,000 Kes Kemalangan di Tempat Kerja

Kemalangan di tempat kerja dijangka catat lebih 59,000 kes tahun ini
Written by admin  December 27, 2012 

PENDANG, 27 Dis – Kemalangan di tempat kerja dijangka meningkat melebihi 59,000 kes sehingga akhir tahun ini berikutan jumlah kemalangan yang dicatatkan sehingga Oktober lepas sebanyak 51,664 kes.

Timbalan Menteri Sumber Manusia Datuk Maznah Mazlan berkata kemalangan tahun lepas berjumlah 59,167 kes meliputi kes kemalangan di tempat kerja,  berulang-alik ke tempat kerja dan akibat penyakit pekerjaan.

“Berdasarkan rekod, 38 peratus dari 51,664 kes adalah disebabkan kemalangan berulang-alik ke tempat kerja membabitkan pekerja yang menunggang motosikal berumur 40 tahun ke bawah mencatatkan jumlah paling tinggi.

“Kementerian rasa keadaan ini perlu diberi perhatian kerana usia bawah 40 tahun adalah yang paling produktif meningkatkan hasil kerja,” kata Maznah kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan bengkel bimbingan sektor perusahaan kecil dan sederhana di Pendang Lake Resort di sini hari ini.

Hadir sama ialah Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerja Datuk Dr Johari Basri.

Menurutnya banyak kempen keselamatan jalan raya dijalankan oleh Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso) dengan kerjasama agensi kerajaan bagi mengurangkan kadar kemalangan dan beliau berharap usaha itu dapat meningkatkan kesedaran pekerja menjaga keselamatan mereka semasa berada di jalan raya.

“Keselamatan pekerja perlu menjadi satu budaya dan tidak tertakluk kepada penguatkuasaan oleh Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan semata-mata.

“Majikan juga perlu komited memastikan tempat kerja selamat dan sihat untuk bekerja agar mereka menjadi lebih produktif,” tambahnya.

Maznah berkata banyak pekerja tidak tahu mengenai penyakit pekerjaan dan sering memandang remeh isu tersebut.

Katanya penyakit pekerjaan yang dilaporkan Perkeso tahun ini sebanyak 1,746 kes berbanding 2011 sebanyak 1,537 kes.

Menurutnya Perkeso menyediakan baucer percuma untuk pekerja membuat ujian saringan kesihatan bagi mengurangkan risiko mendapat penyakit dan baucer untuk tahun depan akan diedarkan pada minggu ketiga Januari ini. 
– Bernama

OSH MANAGEMENT - Kemalangan Maut Melibatkan Kren

Sumber : DOSH (JKKP)

Satu kemalangan maut telah berlaku pada 13 Ogos 2011 melibatkan
sebuah kren berantai di sebuah tapak bina di Shah Alam. 

Kemalangan tersebut telah menyebabkan seorang pekerja tapak
pembinaan maut akibat terkena hentakan bum kren yang jatuh. 

Ketika kejadian, kerja-kerja mengikat spun pile untuk dialihkan keluar
dari kawasan liang lif sedang dijalankan. 

Ketika kren itu sedang mengangkat beban seberat 2 tan pada ketinggian
lebih kurang 2 meter, bum kren tiba-tiba jatuh dan menghempap mangsa
yang berada di atas tebing berhampiran liang lif. Luffing wirerope
didapati telah putus pada bahagian pulley atau bridle.

Langkah Keselamatan:

Satu sistem kerja selamat bagi operasi mengangkat perlu disediakan 
     dan disenggarakan. Antara lain, risiko tergelincir atau anjakan mana-
     mana beban harus ditangani dengan betul;

2.  Pemasangan kren haruslah dijalankan dengan betul dan terperinci
     sebelum kren memulakan kerja;

3.  Kerja- kerja mengangkat harus dirancang dan dijalankan dengan
     sistematik agar beban yang diangkat tidak melintasi kawasan kerja
     pekerja pembinaan;

4.  Sebarang maklumat, arahan dan latihan yang diperlukan serta
     penyeliaan bagi keselamatan di tempat kerja hendaklah disediakan;

5.  Pihak penyenggara haruslah menjalankan pemeriksaan berkala secara
     terperinci keatas setiap komponen kren yang penting. Tiada gear, 
     rantai atau talidawai boleh digunakan untuk mengangkat melainkan 
     jika ia dalam keadaan baik, teguh dan mempunyai kekuatan yang 
     mencukupi dan bebas daripada kecacatan paten.

6.  Pemeriksaan harian keatas bahagian-bahagian kren -struktur utama,
     komponen yang dipacu dan peranti kawal keselamatan hendaklah
     dijalankan oleh kren operator yang bertauliah sebelum ianya

SELF MOTIVATION - Free yourself from bad habits

Free Malaysia Today
March 29, 2013

If you’ve been promising yourself that you’re going to ditch that bad habit for a while but have never quite got around to doing so, it could be time to take the plunge. To help ensure your success and make the process a little less painless, check out these 10 ways to break bad habits.
Change one thing at a time
You may have a few vices you would like to be rid of, but it is important that you don’t try to break all your bad habits at once. You’re not superhuman and trying to kick a smoking habit, give up chocolate and stop biting your nails all at the same time is probably going to be hard to achieve. Instead, prioritise and pick the habit you most urgently need to change first. Also, try to set a definite goal to work towards rather than a vague “I’m going to stop being so unhealthy”.  Identify what exactly it is you need to do (or stop doing) and make that your focus.
Take it one day at a time
Setting out to break a bad habit with the thought of “I can never do so-and-so ever again” can be extremely daunting; instead, tell yourself, “I won’t eat junk food/ smoke a cigarette/ have a gossip for the rest of today”. Concentrating on kicking your habit one day at a time makes it seem a lot more achievable, and each day that you beat that habit will inspire you to try again tomorrow. For added motivation, try charting your success on a calendar, marking each day that you have resisted your habit.
Go public
When trying to kick a bad habit, it is important to tell at least one person about it so that you have somebody to be accountable to. When you are craving a cigarette on your lunch hour it is far easier to give in to your craving if you have nobody to answer to than if you know your colleague is going to quiz you later. You could even consider starting up a blog so that others can follow your progress – having to write about your lapses for others’ viewing may help you think twice about giving in.
Recruit a friend
Even better than just telling someone about your goal, if you know someone who’s been talking about giving up the same bad habit for a while, or who has been inspired by your decision, why not talk them into getting onboard too? Having someone else who knows what you’re going through is great motivation as you will always have someone to call for a moan or some support when the going gets tough.
Prepare for weak moments
Although it is great to go into this positively, being too confident – and failing to prepare for those moments of weakness – could be your biggest mistake. Don’t rely on being too disciplined to fail; instead accept that we all lack willpower at times and try removing temptation to prepare for those weak moments. Clear the cupboards of chocolate, stay out of stressful situations, or get some distance from friends who encourage you to drink, for example – make it as difficult for yourself to indulge your habit as you can.
Replace your bad habit with a good one
Cutting something out of your life entirely can be difficult, inconvenient and even plain depressing. To compensate for the sudden gap in your life, try finding substitutes for your bad habit that help to ease the pain. For example, swap junk food (like crisps) for healthy snacks (such as popcorn), or try replacing swear words with other, more innocent phrases (think Ross and Rachel’s “boohockey” and “brother pucker” in the sitcom Friends). You could also try taking up a hobby to compensate for the time you previously spent indulging a TV or shopping habit or hanging out in bars.
Set regular reminders
Our bad habits are often so deeply ingrained in us, sometimes they can catch us unawares. To help prevent those accidental slip-ups, try setting yourself regular reminders to resist those habits. You could paint your nails, for example, as a reminder to stop biting them, or set a reminder on your work computer not to slouch. If you have a tendency for thoughtless snacking, try sticking motivational quotes on your fridge or cupboards as reminders.
Reward your success
The key to breaking bad habits is to make the process as enjoyable and rewarding for yourself as possible. If you are having difficulty focusing on the long term benefits of breaking bad habits, arrange small rewards for yourself as you go along to help to keep you motivated. For instance, for every time you don’t give in to your habit, treat yourself to a relaxing bath, an hour of your favourite TV show or a small purchase you’ve had your eye on for ages.
Don’t let setbacks get you down
It’s easy to let one small wobble ruin all your best intentions, so it’s important not to let any lapses get you down. So, you caved in and had a cigarette, indulged in a gossip session or ate your body weight in chocolate? Don’t dwell on it. Just because you have given into temptation once it doesn’t mean that you will again, and it doesn’t mean that you have failed. Put the past behind you, pick yourself up and carry on – we know you can do it!
Remind yourself why you’re doing it
In order to successfully break a bad habit, you have to be sure of your reason for doing it. There’s no point in giving something up just because you think should, as you will have no motivation to keep going next time weakness strikes. Find a solid reason for breaking your habit that really means something to you – such as improving your health, appearance or relationship – and keep your goal in sight. Reminding yourself regularly of the bigger picture and the reasons why you are doing this will help you to carry on and stay strong in moments of weakness.

MOTIVASI DIRI - Bertanya dan Menjawab Secara Jelas dan Spesifik


Oleh Faudzil Harun

Bertanya Soalan

Kerap kali orang bertanya soalan yang tidak jelas atau kurang spesifik.

● Tujuan bertanya soalan adalah untuk semakan dan pengesahkan kefahaman.  

● Bertanya soalan yang betul akan menghasilkan jawapan yang betul.

● Bertanya 1 soalan yang tidak jelas dan spesifik akan membuat anda 

   menerima 10 soalan balas.

Soalan yang spesifik meliputi :

apa secara spesifik (apa yang berlaku?, apa yang boleh? dsb.)
● apa seterusnya?, apa lagi? ……

● dimana secara spesifik (depan?, belakang?, kanan?, kiri? dsb.)
● dimana lagi?, dimana anda? …....

● bila secara spesifik (hari?, waktu? semasa bertugas?, siang? malam? dsb.)
● bila bermula / berakhir?, bila mendapat tahu?, bila boleh tahu? ……

● mengapa secara spesifik (mengapa berlaku?, mengapa berlaku lagi? dsb.)
● mengapa tidak? mengapa itu dan ini ….. untuk mencari penyebab / punca 


● bagaima secara spesifik (bagaimana terjadi?, bagaimana mendapat tahu? 

● bagaimana untuk …?, jika …? dsb.

● berapa secara spesifik (berapa ramai?, berapa kali, berapa harga? dsb.)

siapa lihat?, siapa terlibat?, siapa tahu?, siapa lakukan?, siapa bayar?, 
   siapa lagi?

Menjawab Soalan

Ramai orang sering menjawab secara mudah dan ringkas dan membuatkan orang yang bertanya soalan perlu bertanya semula atau bertanya beberapa kali untuk mendapatkat jawapan yang dikehendaki.

Contoh Soalan - Bertanya Alamat

Pertanyaan 1  :  Dimana anda tinggal?

Jawapan 1  :  Selangor.

Pertanyaan 2  :  Kuala Lumpur di mana?

Jawapan 2  :  Gombak.

Pertanyaan 3  :  Gombak sebelah mana?

Jawapan 3  :  Taman Seri Gombak.

Pertanyaan 4  :  Jalan apa?

Jawapan 4  :  Jalan TSG 3

Pertanyaan 5  :  Rumah nombor berapa?

Jawapan 5  :  No. 20

Jika orang yang bertanya "apa alamat rumah kamu"? orang yang menjawab akan berkata No. 20, Jalan TSG 3, Taman Seri Gombak, Selangor.

Kedua-dua orang yang tidak bertanya dan menjawab soalan secara jelas dan spesifik terpaksa bertanya dan menjawab 5 kali hanya untuk mendapat jawapan alamat yang tepat.

Latih diri untuk bertanya soalan yang jelas dan spesifik dan anda akan membangunkan kemahiran komunikasi secara berkesan dan menjimatkan banyak masa.

Selamat Berusaha dan Selamat Maju Jaya

HEART HEALTH - 7 Heart Attack Signs in Women

and doctors often miss ........

By Melanie Haiken, Caring.com senior editor

Conventional wisdom has it that heart attacks come out of the blue. We're also trained to expect a heart attack to happen a certain way: The victim clutches his chest, writhes in pain, and collapses. But for women, it often doesn't happen that way. Study after study shows heart attacks and heart disease are under-diagnosed in women, with the explanation being that they didn't have symptoms.

But research shows that's not the case. Women who've had heart attacks realize, looking back, that they experienced significant symptoms -- they just didn't recognize them as such.

In a study funded by the National Institutes of Health and published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, 95 percent of women (that's almost all!) who'd had heart attacks reported experiencing symptoms that were decidedly new or different from their previous experience a month or more before their attacks.

Even when a heart attack is occurring, women are often slow to realize what's happening and call a doctor. The reason? Women's heart attack symptoms are different than men's. This failure to recognize heart attack signs in women has led to a grim statistic: Women are more likely to die from sudden cardiac death than men are, and two thirds of women who have a heart attack don't recover completely.
To prevent a heart attack from sneaking up on you, watch for these 7 little-known signs of heart attack:

Fatigue. More than 70 percent of women in the NIH study reported extreme fatigue in the month or months prior to their heart attacks. This was not just your run-of-the-mill tiredness -- the kind you can power through -- this was an overwhelming fatigue that sidelined them from their usual schedules for a few days at a time.

Sleeplessness or insomnia. Despite their fatigue, women who've had heart attacks remember experiencing unexplained inability to fall asleep or stay asleep during the month before their heart attacks.

Anxiety and stress. Stress has long been known to up the risk of heart attack. But what women report is the emotional experience; before their heart attacks they felt anxious, stressed, and keyed up, noticeably more than usual. Moments before or during a heart attack, many women report a feeling they describe as "impending doom;" they're aware that something's drastically wrong and they can't cope, but they're not sure what's going on.

Indigestion or nausea. Stomach pain, intestinal cramps, nausea, and digestive disruptions are another sign reported by women heart attack patients. Become familiar with your own digestive habits, and pay attention when anything seems out of whack. Note especially if your system seems upset and you haven't eaten anything out of the ordinary.

Shortness of breath. Of the women in the NIH study, more than 40 percent remembered experiencing this symptom. One of the comments the women made is that they noticed they couldn't catch their breath while walking up the stairs or doing other daily tasks.

Flu-like symptoms. Clammy, sweaty skin, along with feeling lightheaded and weak, can lead women to wonder if they have the flu when, in fact, they're having a heart attack.

Jaw, ear, neck, or shoulder pain. While pain and numbness in the chest, shoulder, and arm is a common sign of heart attack (at least, among men), women often don't experience the pain this way. Instead, many women say they felt pain and a sensation of tightness running along their jaw and down the neck, and sometimes up to the ear, as well. The pain may extend down to the shoulder and arm--particularly on the left side--or it may feel like a backache or pulled muscle in the neck and back.
How to protect yourself or the women you care about
In addition to the symptoms they do have, women differ from men in another significant way -- they may not experience many of the symptoms we traditionally associate with heart attacks. This, experts say, is a major reason why women's heart attacks go unrecognized and untreated. Almost half of all women in the NIH study felt no chest pain, even during the heart attack itself. Numbness is another symptom women may not experience, experts say.
If your body is doing unusual things and you just don't feel "right," don't wait. Go see your doctor and ask for a thorough work-up. And if you have any risk factors for cardiac disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, or family history of heart disease, mention these to the doctor. Time is of the essence, so don't count on medical staff to know your background or read your chart -- tell them your risk factors right away, so your condition can be evaluated fully and completely.

By Melanie Haiken, Caring.com senior editor

29 March 2013

SOLAT - Memahami Bacaan Dalam Solat


Memahami bacaan dalam solat adalah dituntut dan ia dapat menjadikan seseorang itu lebih kusyuk dalam solatnya apabila dia memahami apa yang dibacanya.


Allah Maha Besar 

Doa Iftitah
Allah Maha Besar dan segala puji bagi Allah dengan banyaknya. Maha suci Allah sepanjang pagi dan petang. Aku hadapkan wajahku bagi Tuhan yang mencipta langit dan bumi, dengan suasana lurus dan berserah diri dan aku bukan dari golongan orang musyrik. Sesungguhnya solatku, ibadatku, hidupku, matiku adalah untuk Allah Tuhan sekelian alam. Tidak ada sekutu bagiNya dan kepadaku diperintahkan untuk tidak menyekutukan bagiNya dan aku dari golongan orang Islam.

Dengan nama Allah yang maha Pemurah lagi maha Mengasihani. Segala puji bagi Allah, Tuhan semesta alam. Yang maha pemurah lagi maha mengasihani. Yang menguasai hari pembalasan. Hanya Engkaulah yang kami sembah dan hanya kepada Engkau kami mohon pertolongan. Tunjukilah kami jalan yang lurus. Iaitu jalan orang-orang yang Engkau kurniakan nikmat kepada mereka, bukan jalan mereka yang Engkau murkai dan bukan jalan mereka yang sesat.

Bacaan ketika Rukuk
Maha Suci TuhanKu Yang Maha Besar dan dengan segala puji-pujiannya.

Bacaan ketika Bangun dari Rukuk
Allah mendengar pujian orang yang memujinya.

Bacaan ketika Iktidal
Wahai Tuhan kami bagi Engkaulah segala pujian.

Bacaan ketika Sujud
Maha suci TuhanKu yang Maha Tinggi dan dengan segala puji-pujiannya.

Bacaan ketika Duduk di antara Dua Sujud
Ya Allah, ampunilah dosaku dan rahmatilah daku, lindungilah daku, angkatlah darjatku, rezekikan daku, berilah aku petunjuk, selamatkanlah daku dan maafkanlah akan daku.

Bacaan ketika Tahiyat Awal
Segala penghormatan yang berkat solat yang baik adalah untuk Allah. Sejahtera atas engkau wahai Nabi dan rahmat Allah serta keberkatannya. Sejahtera ke atas kami dan atas hamba-hamba Allah yang soleh. Aku naik saksi bahawa tiada Tuhan melainkan Allah dan aku naik saksi bahawasanya Muhammad itu adalah pesuruh Allah. Ya Tuhan kami, selawatkanlah ke atas Nabi Muhammad.

Bacaan ketika Tahiyat Akhir
Segala penghormatan yang berkat solat yang baik adalah untuk Allah. Sejahtera atas engkau wahai Nabi dan rahmat Allah serta keberkatannya. Sejahtera ke atas kami dan atas hamba-hamba Allah yang soleh. Aku naik saksi bahawa tiada Tuhan melainkan Allah dan aku naik saksi bahawasanya Muhammad itu adalah pesuruh Allah. Ya Tuhan kami, selawatkanlah ke atas Nabi Muhammad dan ke atas keluarganya. Sebagaimana Engkau selawatkan ke atas Ibrahim dan atas keluarga Ibrahim. Berkatilah ke atas Muhammad dan atas keluarganya sebagaimana Engkau berkati ke atas Ibrahim dan atas keluarga Ibrahim di dalam alam ini. Sesungguhnya Engkau Maha Terpuji lagi Maha Agung.

Doa Qunut
Ya Allah, berilah aku petunjuk sebagaimana orang-orang yang telah Engkau tunjuki. Sejahterakanlah aku sebagaimana orang-orang yang telah Engkau sejahterakan. Pimpinlah aku sebagaimana orang-orang yang telah Engkau pimpin. Berkatilah hendaknya untukku apa-pa yang telah Engkau berikan padaku. Jauhkanlah aku daripada segala kejahatan yang telah Engkau tetapkan. Sesungguhnya hanya Engkau sahajalah yang menetapkan, dan tidak sesiapapun yang berkuasa menetapkan sesuatu selain daripada Engkau. Sesungguhnya tidak terhina orang yang memperolehi pimpinanMu. Dan tidak mulia orang-orang yang Engkau musuhi. Telah memberi berkat Engkau, ya Tuhan kami dan maha tinggi Engkau. Hanya untuk Engkau sahajalah segala macam puji terhadap apa-apa yang telah Engkau tetapkan. Dan aku minta ampun dan bertaubat kepada Engkau. Dan Allah rahmatilah Muhammad, Nabi yang ummi dan sejahtera keatas keluarganya dan sahabatsahabatnya. Salam Sejahtera ke atas kamu berserta rahmat Allah.