The month of Ramadan has begun and this time it is not the bustle that is seen every year due to the corona virus, most people around the world are spending their time at home due to the lockdown.
With this blessed month, the heat has also started, so the biggest challenge at this time is to prevent dehydration in the body so that the whole month can be worshiped with humility and submission.
Most women may face dehydration as their busyness increases during Ramadan, making it difficult to deal with household chores and worship with fasting.
Medical experts say that fasting in hot weather can lead to dehydration, for which the use of water in Sahar and Iftar should be increased.
Drink as much water or fruit juice as possible in Sahar and Iftar. Be sure to use milk and yogurt in your diet.
Here are seven easy ways to treat dehydration due to the extreme heat of Ramadan.
Drink at least 2 glasses of water in the morning while avoiding juices and cold drinks.
It will make you gain weight.
Use foods that are high in water, such as watermelon, cucumber salad, etc.
It will meet your body’s water needs.
Drinking 7 or 8 glasses of water at a time during Iftar is not only useless but can also be harmful to health.
After fasting, break your fast with dates and 2 glasses of water.
Keep a bottle of water with you during Taraweeh prayers and other acts of worship at night.
Keep a water bottle close to you while you sleep at night.
Try to go to hot and sunny places as little as possible.
By adopting these measures, you can save your body from dehydration and spend a pleasant month of Ramadan.