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Miracles of Sleep

Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit our body and mind. A good night’s sleep is as important for us as healthy food. A good way to understand the role of sleep is to look at what would happen if we didn’t sleep. Lack of sleep has serious effects on our health. David Rapoport, M.D (director of the NYU Sleep Disorders Program) says “Sleep used to be kind of ignored, like parking our car in a garage and picking it up in the morning,”.

Here are some health benefits researchers have discovered about a good night’s sleep.

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Ramadan and Upset Stomach

In month of Ramadan a lot of people complain about indigestion or upset stomach because people stay for several hours without food and then eat large or unhealthy amounts at the “Iftar or Suhoor meal ” in a random and fast way.

Symptoms:

  • Pain in the upper abdomen
  • Heartburn
  • Belching
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Abdominal bloating
  • Abdominal distension
  • Loss of appetite
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Health benefits of Dates

Muslims generally break their fast by eating dates because this is the tradition the Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H), but most of Muslims don’t know what the health benefits of dates are. They are quite a powerhouse packed in a tiny, portable package.

Dates (Phoenix dactylifera) are the fruits grow on the palm tree belonging to the family of Arecaceae. They are rich in fibers, vitamins and minerals. E.g. oil, calcium, sulphur, iron, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, copper and magnesium.

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Amazing Foods to Keep You Hydrated In Ramadan

The feeling of thirst in the month of Ramadan becomes intense when it falls in summer so how can we help our bodies maintain water, resist the feeling of thirst, and reduce its intensity?

Here are some Healthy Foods that may be served at Suhoor and iftar:-

Cucumber: With the highest water content (97%) of any solid food. It keeping the body hydrated while helping the body eliminates toxins. Cucumbers have most of the vitamins the body needs in a single day. So put down your sodas and coffee and eat a cucumber slice.

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Water management during or after radioactive fallout

It is important to drink enough liquids, especially warm drinks. So people have to have a sufficient water reserves for at least three to four days. Stimulating drinks such as coffee, tea, chamomile, valerian, jasmine and others are not recommended. Peppermint tea should not to be taken too often.

In a fallout-contaminated area, available water sources may be contaminated. If one waits at least 48 hours before drinking any water to allow for radioactive decay to take place and select the safest possible water source, one could greatly reduce the danger of ingesting harmful amounts of radioactivity el viagra necesita receta.

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