The holy month of Ramadan is going on. This month of Ramadan is much more significant for Muslims. However, due to not eating and drinking properly and not following the rules, many people get sick by fasting. He has started fasting this year in the scorching heat and hot sun. So you need to be a little more careful. Let’s find out how to stay healthy in fasting.
How to stay healthy in fasting
– Lack of water is the most common physical problem during fasting in summer. The body becomes dehydrated in hot sun and heat, so drink plenty of water in sahri. Drink at least 8 glasses of water from Iftar to bedtime. Many of us eat fruit in Iftar. However, to save the body from dehydration, not only in Iftar, but also in the list of different types of juicy fruits. It will be able to stay healthy all day.
-Energy decreases when the body becomes dehydrated, so such food should be eaten; Which can retain energy in the body. Eat protein rich foods like fish, meat, eggs, milk in moderation. It will take less appetite and will have a lot of energy. Avoid overeating sweets. Sweet food will ruin your body’s energy level during the day.
-Dates are a magical food to retain energy in the body. There is no question that dates should be eaten only in Iftar. You can also eat two dates during Sahri. It can provide energy to the body throughout the day. Bananas can also be eaten in Sahri. Bananas contain potassium, magnesium and carbohydrates. However, playing banana causes constipation in many people. In that case, playing with fibrous food will not cause any problem.
-Avoid fried, salty and extra spicy foods during fasting. These foods cause heartburn, indigestion and gas.
-Heavy foods and extra oily foods should not be eaten in Sahri at all. Especially polao, biryani type food is not at all. These foods will cause stomach problems and discomfort throughout the day.
-Many people drink morning tea and coffee in Sehri during Ramadan. But it should not be done. Tea and coffee contain caffeine, which dehydrates the body. So do not drink tea and coffee in Sahri but drink it after Iftar.
-Try to stay in a cool place during the hottest time of the day. Minimize physical activity as much as possible. Also make sure you get enough sleep. If you have a bad habit of smoking, quit.
-Those who have asthma, diabetes, peptic ulcer and high blood pressure during fasting should reschedule their medication according to the doctor’s advice. If you have any sudden illness like fasting, extreme weakness, dizziness, check your blood pressure quickly and consult a doctor if necessary.