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    We are moving into Ramadan or the fasting month in a few days. Here are a few ways for you to stay hydrated despite the long hours without food and drink if you’re fasting this Ramadan.


    1. Top up on your water intake at night

    Drink 2 glasses of plain warm water upon breaking fast, and keep on sipping water while performing the night prayers. Keep a water bottle by the bed so you can have some water when you wake up at night. Spread your water intake across the night.

    Related: Foods to avoid during Iftar for better energy


    2. Eat dates during the breaking of fast

    Dates can do wonders to your digestive system as they contain all the essential vitamins and minerals which are great source of energy, sugar and fibre. Eating them after a long period of fasting can also get your blood glucose levels to return to normal and promote hydration.

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