Date Juice Accelerates Labor in the First Stage


  • Yadul Ulya STIKES Yarsi Mataram
  • Siskha Maya Herlina
  • Yopi Suryatim Pratiwi



Date juice, Labor acceleration, First Stage


Labor is a normal process characterized by uterine contractions that cause significant cervical dilatation accompanied by expulsion of the fetus and placenta from the woman's body. The progress of labor in the first stage is the most tiring, strenuous, and most mothers begin to feel pain or pain, in this phase most mothers feel severe pain because uterine activities begin to be more active. The active phase of the first stage of labor involves a lot of energy, so the nutritional needs of the first stage need special attention from the labor manager. One of the fruits that contain considerable energy is the date palm which contains fructose and glucose, all of which are energy sources that are easily absorbed by the body. Dates contain lots of carbohydrates, affect the progress and spontaneity of labor and reduce postpartum hemorrhage. Dates contain saturated and unsaturated fatty acids such as oleic, linoleic, and linolenic acids. Fatty acids in addition to providing and ordering energy, contribute to the delivery of prostaglandins. Therefore, dates can help in saving energy and strengthening the uterine muscles.




How to Cite

Ulya, Y., Siskha Maya Herlina, & Yopi Suryatim Pratiwi. (2022). Date Juice Accelerates Labor in the First Stage. Journal for Quality in Public Health, 5(2), 222–227.