There is something spiritually unparalleled and quite peaceful about Ramadan that makes for a pleasant experience. Ramadan is the one month that brings families together, especially in today’s society when everyone is busy on their own. After Iftar and prayers, spend time with your loved ones.
And if you are far from your loved ones technology is a great way of reducing the distance. A video call or a text message can make so much of a difference. Whether it’s in person or virtually, stay connected with the loved ones.
Fasting Health Tips
Avoid excessive salt in your food, especially during Suhoor. Sodium makes you thirsty and it will become very difficult to control the urge to drink water. Also avoid spicy and extremely sweet food for the same reason. The most difficult part about fasting is to control the water temptation so do everything you can to minimise it.