How to Keep You Hydrated While Fasting

Dehydration can cause undesirable side effects such as: constipation, headache, dizziness, tiredness and dry skin. In severe cases of dehydration,

Dehydration can cause undesirable side effects such as constipation, headache, dizziness, tiredness, and dry skin., so in order for you to do  daily work properly and be able to focus more on the spiritual part of Ramadan, here are our tips:

decrease usage of spice and salt

Do not add too much salt to salads and other dishes. Also, avoid eating salty foods as well like salted fish and pickles because they increase the body’s need for water as they cause water retention, especially during suhoor.

Avoid foods high in sugar,

especially during suhoor, as they make the body thirstier and more hungry than usual. It’s best to have foods high in protein

Opt for yogurt during suhoor

as it will aid with digestion, and make you feel at ease throughout the day. and While many people like adding honey to their yogurt, it’s not the best addition when fasting as it’s high in sugar. Instead, opt for fruits or nuts.

Drink at least eight cups of water between iftar and suhoor.

water makes up 60%-70% of your body, That’s why any reduction in your water intake can affect your body’s cells and nerves from functioning properly. It is absolutely essential to compensate for the loss of water in your body

Eat more salad

Make sure to add tomatoes and cucumbers to your daily salad. Since they’re rich in water, and nutrition they’ll keep you hydrated and healthier.