Avoiding constipation tips


Constipation is a common problem in Ramadan. It occurs because of eating low-fibre foods, low water intake and lack of movement.

The solution:

  • Drink a lot of water; you should drink at least 10 cups of water per day.
  • Eat high-fibre foods such as vegetables,

Dermatological Skin Tips during the Holy month of Ramadan

Dermatological Skin Tips during the Holy month of Ramadan

Fasting is usually equated with fatigue and dehydration. In fact, the opposite is quite true for the skin health. The Japanese scientist Yoshinori Ohsumi won the Nobel prize in 2016 when he proved that fasting cells spark a rejuvenation process termed autophagy. Autophagy is a “reset button” for the body’s internal cycling of the cells.

Exercising in Ramadan

Simple tips for people who exercise in Ramadan:

  • Eat fruits & vegetables. Try to avoid fatty foods and sugars that are harmful to the body and result in the accumulation of fat.
  • Have carbohydrates and fat-free proteins for iftar, because they help give the body energy and strength and reduce the feeling of tiredness and stress when exercising.

Tips for patients with frequent urinary infections

Tips for patients with frequent urinary infections

  • Drink a lot of water
  • Avoid constipation as it is the number one cause of urinary infections
  • Adhere to healthy ways for proper hygiene especially after urination and defecation
  • Exercise especially walking
  • Sleep well to increase body immunity

Heart health in Ramadan

Your heart health in Ramadan

Fasting Ramadan is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

In general, Ramadan is very favorable for patients with heart disease.
A recent study confirmed that no increased risk of cardiovascular disease is evidenced because of fasting, rather fasting helps decrease weight, sugar and blood pressure which has a positive impact on the heart health as long as the heart patient is in a stable condition.

Avoiding Hypoglycemia During Fasting Tips

Hypoglycemia during fasting:

Tiredness, weakness, lack of concentration, shakiness, inability to perform any motor activity and headaches all occur because of hypoglycemia during fasting. They happen because you skip suhoor or take a big amount of sugar or simple carbohydrates such as white bread and potatoes for suhoor; your body will secrete insulin,

Ramadan and Fasting Tips

Ramadan and Fasting Tips

Ramadan is the month of fasting and not the month of eating. We should not attribute the symptoms we feel in the holy month to fasting if we do not follow the Prophet’s Sunnah of eating is making one-third of the stomach for food, one-third for water and the one-third for air.

Asthma and Respiratory System Tips

Asthma and respiratory allergies are some of the most common chest diseases. Sprays are primarily used to treat these diseases. Sometimes tablets are also used. The question is: how does fasting affect this treatment?

Fasting in Ramadan is not a problem for the majority of asthmatic patients, who can take the preventive spray at Suhoor and at Iftar times.

Skin care tip

Another proven benefit of fasting is decreasing acne outbreaks. Giving the body an extended break from digesting food allows the skin to detox itself. These are a few tips how to maintain healthy skin after breaking the fast:

  1. Hydrate with at least 6-8 cups of water between futoor and suhoor.
  2. Add probiotics to your diet as it aids in digestion and provides a youthful glow to the skin.

Avoid gastrointestinal disorders and obesity

Tips to avoid gastrointestinal disorders and obesity during the Holy Month of Ramadan:

  • Do not over-sleep.
  • Exercise especially walking.
  • Do not over-eat especially fatty and greasy foods.
  • Do not drink water while eating.
  • Avoid carbohydrates and replace it with high fiber vegetables and fruits.