Health Problems and Remedies
Compared to other months, our daily food habits, rules, and lifestyle change a lot during Ramadan month. Fasting during Ramadan month does not harm health, rather it is beneficial. However, during Ramadan month you must eat healthy and nutritious food and also eating a balanced diet is very important to maintain good health.
Foods in Ramadan Month
As in other months, three meals are eaten. Similarly, in the month of fasting, if not three meals are eaten three times. The first time is Iftar immediately after sunset, the second time is the evening meal after Taraweeh prayer and the third time is at Sehri on the last night. Even if the body is tired after fasting all day, during Iftar, 2/1 date, a little fruit or some syrup, along with cucumber, onion, and chickpeas try to refresh the body by satisfying other needs of the body.
Your evening meal should include rice or bread, 1/2 piece of fish or meat, plenty of vegetables, milk, and some fruit. But it is better to eat a little light food in Sehri. A lot of water should be drunk from after Iftari to Sehri.
Fasting Sehri should eat foods that stay in the stomach for a long time and are digested slowly. For example, it contains flour, milled rice, pulses, meat, etc. Foods like sugar, sweets, flour, etc. are also digested quickly.
You must also include fiber in the food list. Fibrous foods include beans, flour, chickpeas, vegetables, and various fruits. Vegetables and fruits meet your body’s mineral salt needs. And iftar dates and bananas have sugars, potassium and magnesium, and fiber.
After fasting for the whole day, you should avoid eating spicy or fried foods. Sweet foods should also be eaten in moderation.
Those who are in the habit of smoking have a chance to quit this Ramadan month. People who like to eat more or less must take care of their health so that they do not gain or lose weight. Try to maintain the normal balance of the body.
Many common health problems
Many common health problems are seen in people who fast during Ramadan Month. And that is:
If you drink less water after Iftar even during Sehri or if you do not have enough fiber in your food, then you may become constipated. So, this Ramadan month you need to drink plenty of water between iftar and sehri and eat plenty of fiber.
Indigestion and wind:
You will suffer from indigestion if you eat too much fried or oily food and spicy food etc. Again, a lot of gas can be produced in the stomach. As a result, you may occasionally pass gas which is very annoying to yourself and others. Therefore, if you want to keep yourself free from all these problems, avoid such foods.
Heartburn, pain in the upper part of the stomach:
In the Ramadan month, after eating extra oil, fried foods, and extra spices, which increases the acidity of the stomach. When stomach acid levels rise, heartburn, upper abdominal pain, and even back pain can occur. Maybe not many people know that smoking also increases acidity. So eat fiber-rich foods which will protect you from stomach acid. If there is acid production in the stomach, medicine should be taken with a doctor’s advice to reduce it. And you have to be moderate and conscious in taking food.
If the body does not get nutritious food or the blood sugar level drops too much, your body will become very weak. Again, even if the blood pressure drops, this is often the case. Drink as much water as possible at night and eat balanced food.
And don’t be negligent, you should consult a doctor if you have any kind of health problem. Eat nutritious and balanced food, keep fast, and stay physically fit.
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