4 Ways To Stay Active During Ramadan

Ramadan in Islam is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and the holy month of fasting. Muslims in all parts of the Islamic world began to consider it one of the pillars of the Islamic religion, which is one of the pillars of the Islamic religion, and stopped eating and drinking from dawn until sunset this month. Here are 4 tips to help you gain energy while fasting

 Stay Hydrated

Not drinking enough fluids to compensate for dehydration during fasting, especially in the summer, causes fatigue, depression, and decreased activity levels.

Discard Satiety After Meals

According to what the doctors said, filling with meals leads to an unpleasant feeling of indigestion accompanied by fatigue, lethargy and laziness.

Schedule Your Sleep Time

Make sleep in Ramadan allows sleeping and waking up at specific times and three times, and this helps the body get used to a specific modification to enjoy a more comfortable sleep.

Eat Suhoor

It is considered a vital meal in the month of Ramadan that should not be missed, as it provides the owner with strength and energy to endure the hardship of fasting for more than 15 hours.

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