Treatment of stomach Pain in Ramadan
Due to a large amount of carbohydrates in the food during Ramadan, problems such as bloating and constipation are faced Do not eat or drink anything for 16 hours, due to which changes in the body system also occur, due to which many people also complain of stomach pain. Eating acidic and spicy foods after Iftar, stomach pain can cause
According to a report, if you are also suffering from constipation and stomach pain, the following steps can help you
How to avoid stomach Pain in Ramadan
Avoid acidic and spicy foods
Try to avoid fried foods like pakodas, samosas, chana chaat with chillies in Iftar and eat cold foods.
Use honey in sehri
Honey is effective against constipation. Honey treats common ailments like sore throat, cough and cold. But if you have diabetes, consult your doctor before using honey.
According to experts, light exercise keeps your body healthy as well as improves your digestion. So exercise daily after Suhoor and an hour before Iftar.
Make up for dehydration after Iftar
You should drink at least 8-10 glasses of water daily. According to experts, drink water every half hour after breaking the fast
Use milk and curd
Both milk and curd provide important nutrients for the stomach. Eat curd with bread at Suhoor and drink milk at the end which is beneficial for stomach and constipation.
Note The report is based on details published in medical journals, so be sure to consult your doctor before doing it.