Pay Zakat on the body and get rid of diseases … While fasting, it is forbidden to eat or drink anything in the morning or evening. that is why every fasting person becomes aware of the pain of hunger and thirst. But the physical benefits that can be achieved.
Undoubtedly, Ramadan is a very blessed month which encourages the use of innumerable physical and spiritual benefits. That is why fasting is obligatory on every sane, mature Muslim man and woman in this month. While fasting, it is forbidden to eat or drink anything in the morning and evening, so every fasting person is aware of the pain of hunger and thirst. But the benefits that can be gained physically are usually neglected in our country. It is like the heart adorned in big baskets on all the sweet shops before the moon of Ramadan appears. It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstring. As soon as the moon appears, people rush to the milk and yogurt shops like this, as if they will probably never get these blessings again.
Some people eat so much in just one day’s sehri that if a separate chart of calories is calculated, this menu will be equivalent to two meals a day. Parathas, omelets, roasted meats, halwa, ferni, soybeans, khajla pahini, milk and jalebi etc. are very carefully decorated on the table. Now it is up to the eater how much he does justice to all these dishes.
Some people drink at least four glasses of water after eating everything and then barely finish a cup of tea when the call to prayer is being made. And usually after eating so much, not only does their stomach get tired, but they also find it difficult to walk. And when the day dawns, after eating such a nutritious meal, in principle, the body should feel strong, but since the feeling of fasting prevails in the mind, inevitably the gait and the face begin to feel less stressed.
And then it is said that fasting is not tolerated. And after a very quiet day’s work, you start thinking about breaking the fast at about two o’clock in the afternoon. And the preparation of various accessories including samosas, fritters, yogurt, large chickpeas, water puri, plum puri rolls, shami kebabs, cutlets, teak jalebis, nectar and various syrups etc. begins. By the west, all these delicious items are neatly arranged on the table.
It should be noted that the most important item for Iftar is the date which is placed in a small plate of arrows. However, nature has included in the palm all the necessary ingredients that can easily close a person’s wheel. But now we have more fried chit patti items than dates. Even if one or two people are fasting at home, iftar is necessary for everyone.
Those people used to eat three meals a day, after Iftar they start eating several times intermittently. Even after eating and drinking so much in Iftar, much more is eaten while walking from west to Fajr. Then dinner is served at about ten o’clock. However, not all people can eat these foods because the stomach refuses to tolerate more pressure.
But many people also like to eat chapatti, rice, lentils, vegetables and meat curry at dinner, while some people also eat biryani and yolk with the same salad. After eating too much, they start worrying about digesting it for sehri, so some people go out on foot and some on horseback. Here and there they stop at some shop and where it is not necessary to drink a bottle and burp.
Dakarne is reassuring that now the food will be digested and the nature will be light. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. Lastly, when you turn to the drinker, someone makes a fragrant, simple, sweet drink and puts it in your mouth. And when they are with their children, they also open their mouths and pour out the packets of fennel betel nut, which are full of colorful blisters.
After eating so much, a little window shopping is also necessary. Then it is necessary to return to the house while walking around and the fruit season is also necessary. After resting for a few hours like this, then waking up for dawn. And now, even at dawn, the bazaars are starting to become parathas here and there. At the same time, the number of buyers at dairy shops has also started increasing. In this abundance of food and drink, women who have diabetes or high blood pressure are put to the test.
Although their heart longs for many things to eat, they have to live on simple things with a stone on their heart.on the contrary, some children keep feeding their parents the lovely chickens and sweets, saying that the skins come only once a year in Ramadan, God willing, if something happens, they will take medicine. But because of this love, I usually have to spend the night in the hospital with my parents.
These are the scenes that continue to haunt us throughout Ramadan. But many people eat twice a day and stay asleep until dawn. since every household has to have fried items such as samosas, fritters, etc. on the table, and then it is also necessary to add excessive amount of sugar for syrup, sweet licks, ferni soybeans, khajla pahini, etc., at the same time fat and There is a significant excess of sweets.
It should be noted that both are important factors in obesity. And in Ramadan, a significant amount of them enter the body in an imperceptible way. The eater is satisfied by thinking that since he has not eaten or drunk all day, the reckoning will be equal. remember, the calculation is the same when so many calories are expended by hard work. It should be noted that hard work in Ramadan is less than in normal days.
Because the office and school holidays are a little out of the ordinary. Because they get up in the morning, many people fall asleep at the same time imagining recovery. If the prayers are performed only for the sake of prayers, then they get up, otherwise they get up a little before sunset when the blessings of all kinds have been prepared by God and there are only a few hours left before the call to prayer.
Many people are less stressed before Ramadan, but as soon as Ramadan passes, after Eid, when they contact a doctor with various ailments, it becomes clear. that many claws have also increased with various diseases. The use of fats in Ramadan is usually increased when this practice is not correct. Because the use of greasy products affects our intestines and digestive system and then they digest a lot.
Remember that a balanced diet is essential for maintaining good health during Ramadan. And a balanced diet is one in which each meal contains the right amount of starch, protein, fats, minerals and water as needed. It usually happens that if these people sew their clothes before Ramadan, they get bored on Eid and the prayers are recited to the tailor who ruined the suit due to rush.
On the contrary, some people do not give up moderation even in Ramadan. They eat very simple foods that include fresh fruits and juices. Also, they are content to break their fast with dates. After Maghrib prayers, simple food which is chewed and eaten with pleasure and satisfaction like chapatti, boiled rice, vegetables, lentils or meat curry with yogurt, dalad etc. They get pleasure in this food, give thanks to their Lord for it and finish their dinner by drinking water.
After that they engage in Taraveh or worship. We can take a walk outside if we need to, but our nature is light. Sleep early at night And at dawn, they get up fresh and eat whatever food is available, but they avoid stuffing it up to their throats as much as possible. They do not feel sluggish in prayers or work. Even after Ramadan, their weight remains normal. Also, many ailments are cured, including stomach ailments, joint pain, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. This is because the body gets rid of digesting unnecessary things for a while and the waste products Therefore, heart, liver, stomach, etc. benefit everyone. In the same way, by fasting and bathing in the true sense of the word, the body becomes free from diseases, and this is its Zakat. are also reduced.
Since the month of Ramadan falls in different seasons of the year, some issues also come up on the same occasion. The usefulness of water in fasting is Muslim.Therefore, in summer, one should drink a small amount of water before sehri and after eating, one must drink a small amount of water as the body keeps on sweating. As a result, low water and salt intake can lead to anxiety.
Try to wear cotton, linen and light clothes to soak up the heat. Boys don’t walk in the sun for no reason. Use fruit juice, milk or any other beverage in Iftar. However, avoid spicy and nutritious foods. Because summer nights are short. At about seven o’clock, iftar, at three o’clock, then the preparation of sehri. It’s as if hours come with difficulty.
And fatty foods are not digested during this time, so the appetite does not seem to open at dawn and it can be difficult to eat a few snacks reluctantly for a long day. It should be noted that iftar should be simple and at the same time eat dinner, so that the empty stomach of the day can do its job well. Of course, sehri should be simple, but eat on a full stomach so that you feel energized throughout the day.
Be sure to use fruit after dinner or at dawn. When using fresh oil daily to prepare fried dishes, it is useful to use the remaining oil in the curry instead of repeatedly frying. Also avoid going to the market while fasting. Try to make purchases after breaking the fast, etc. Since fasting is kept for the pleasure of Allah, so He Himself gives its reward. Because of this blessed month, no matter how much people eat and be careful Health problems are less common.