Quenching thirst during fasting

Quenching thirst while fasting is one of the main concerns of the Muslim people of Iran. In this article, we want to introduce you to how to tolerate thirst and suitable foods for consumption at Iftar and Sahar during the holy month of Ramadan so that you can better quench the thirst caused by fasting. Tolerate.Quenching the thirst and hunger of the holy month of Ramadan requires a principled way so that the body does not become deficient during fasting, followed by health problems, especially in the kidneys.

Ways to quench thirst during the holy month of Ramadan, especially in the years when these days are in the hot season of the year, is a way to save the body from feeling thirsty.

How to endure thirst during Ramadan:

Since water makes up about 70% of our body, its importance cannot be ignored.
Almost everything that is done in the body is done with the help of water: from removing waste products to helping digestion, keeping the skin healthy and transporting food throughout the body.

If you can not replace the nutrients and minerals lost through sweating, continuing this process will weaken your body at the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Even losing a small amount of water

The body can cause fatigue, dizziness and headaches and lack of concentration. The provision of these materials is not possible except with the promises of healthy and principled Iftar and Sahar.

The best drinks to quench the thirst of fasting people:

To reduce thirst and thirst, during fasting, pour 14 Bukhara plums in a pitcher of water and dissolve a tablespoon of sorrel and half a glass of lemon in it.

Fasting is a shaking house for body and soul, which cleanses the cells of the body in the physical dimension. Fasting eliminates anxiety, apprehension and depression, and strengthens a person’s sense of self-confidence and nervous moderation. Fasting will prevent diseases when one eats the correct and complete amount of food at dawn and iftar and one does not overeat or overeat.

During Iftar, be sure to use warm water, fresh low-fat cow’s milk, dates and date halva. Eating melons and sweet apples will help digest food better.

Ways to quench the thirst of Ramadan:

1- Due to the fact that Ramadan is in the warm season of the year this year, fasting people are advised to leave the house only if necessary to prevent severe dehydration. Avoid sunlight during the day and stay in shady and cool areas if possible. If possible, wear a hat and reduce physical activity.

2- One hour after iftar, try to drink 8 glasses of water and cool liquids over time until you go to sleep and drink as much as possible. Tea, Coffee and Soft drinks , Due to having a high level of Caffeine And avoid sugar because these fluids cause dehydration faster.

3- Some Foodstuffs And artificial sweets such as zucchini and Okra, Increase the concentration of body fluids and as a result the fasting person feels thirsty. It is recommended to prevent an increase in the concentration of body fluids from plant-like sugars Date Instead of Zolbia and Okra to be used.

4- From fruits such as Apricot And use peaches, because these fruits dramatically reduce the pain and discomfort caused by acid Stomach They help and to some extent compensate for the minerals lost due to sweating.

5- It is very useful to replace the lost nutrients by drinking fruit juices and eating watery vegetables and fruits. Fruits such as citrus and Strawberry Which can in addition to water essential substances such as calcium and fiber, iron, potassium And other minerals, as well as vitamins C, B1 and B2.

6- It is wrong to drink tea, especially strong tea, to quench your thirst after dawn. People pay attention to the belief that Tea It can not quench thirst after dawn because it is not right Tea Includes frequent bowel movements.

Enduring thirst in the hot summer season, which coincides with the holy month of Ramadan, may be a difficult task, but it is possible by following a proper diet and consuming fruits and substances that provide the body with the water it needs.

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