The month of Ramadan is one of the best months of the year. A Muslim fasts during his day and spends his night and takes a lot of reward and reward, but he is characterized by tiredness, exhaustion, hunger and thirst, especially in the summer, and some of the most difficult problems. The feeling of thirst can be alleviated to ease the difficulties of fasting.
Ways to relieve feeling thirsty
- Some people drink large amounts of water on suhoor, thinking that they will be stored during fasting. This is not true because the kidneys are disposed of excess water in the body after hours of the suhoor meal and thus does not remain in the cells. Except what I needed.
- Stay away from eating salty food at breakfast or suhoor like pickles, olives and salted fish.
- Stay away from eating rich spices and spices because it may cause burning sensation, which requires the body to drink a lot of water.
- Drink plenty of natural and low-sugar juices that provide thirst, such as: Hibiscus, Chorob, Alarqasus, Kamer Al-Din and Julab. It works to moisturize the body and compensate the fluid lost by fasting during fasting, and provide the body with sugars lost during fasting.
- Eating food fiber and amounts of water in a suhoor meal such as vegetables, fresh fruits, such as watermelon, which contains mostly water, helps soften the stomach, and contains many important nutrients that provide the body energy during the day during fasting .
- Reduce the intake of caffeine-containing beverages such as coffee and tea, as they increase urinary retention, causing the loss of excess fluid from the body.
- Try taking a warm bath to moisturize the body and relieve the feeling of thirst.
- Eat green salad and soup at breakfast before you start the main meal that causes stomach fatigue and inability to drink liquids, and focus on soups and reduce sweets containing sugar, it increases the sense of thirst.
- Delaying the suhoor meal to the pre-dawn of the Aghan at half an hour or an hour so that the fasting person lasts longer during the day. Some fasting people are seduced before they sleep long before dawn, which makes them feel hungry and thirstier than others.
- Keep away from eating grilled and fried foods in a suhoor meal; it increases thirst during the day.
- Staying away from sitting in hot areas or under the sun directly and especially in the afternoon; it increases the loss of fluids from the body through sweating.
- Stay away from stressful exercise that causes fatigue, exhaustion and thirst.