7 ways to stay hydrated when fasting in Ramazan

It's all about consuming enough water and at the right times


Life&Style June 19, 2015
It's all about consuming enough water and at the right times. PHOTO: BEAUTIFULYOU

It's the first roza and the sun is burning like a raging fire ball. That juma namaz was a blur from all the sweat dripping from your forehead. Yes, it's going to be a long day and you're probably praying for a pool to jump in right about now.



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In such conditions one must always stay hydrated and while it may seem difficult in Ramazan, it's honestly all about consuming enough water and at the right times.

1. Drink at least two glasses of water during sehri

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Try to steer clear of juices, they only add to weight gain

2. Consume foods with a high water content PHOTO: PEACHANDCAKE.WORDPRESS

Watermelon and cucumber salads are one of the foods which will help keep you hydrated throughout the day.

3. Chugging eight glasses of water once iftar opens won't helpPHOTO: GIPHY

4. Open your fast with dates and two glasses of waterPHOTO: NEWHAM

5. Carry a water bottle when you go for nighttime prayers

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6. Keep a bottle by your bedside and drink throughout the night



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7. Try to minimise the amount of time spent in humid conditions



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Hang in there, it's almost time for iftar!

COMMENTS (9)

Aamna H. Fasihi | 6 years ago | Reply Just 2 glasses of water in Sehri? LOL. Na bhai.. mujhse nai hoga ye sab.
FK Khan | 6 years ago | Reply Tip 7. What are you trying to say with that gif?
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