Fasting is when individuals refrain from bad habits or eating and drinking for the sake of Allah. Fasting people can sometimes experience minor inconveniences. One of these conditions is nausea during fasting. Now let’s see what causes nausea when fasting? How do you prevent nausea during Ramadan? In our article where we write the answers to your questions.
What Causes Nausea During Fasting?
Fasting is usually observed during Ramadan or three months in our country. It can be held by people at different times during fasts that are not held individually. One of the questions people have in mind is the nausea experienced while fasting. This nausea can occur at any time of the day. The frequency and continuity also vary from person to person and depending on the condition of the stamina. The causes of this nausea while fasting are as follows;
It may be due to an increase or decrease in blood pressure due to hunger.
Consuming excessively fatty or salty foods at the time of sahur.
Consumption of caffeine-rich drinks before or after iftar.
Having nicotine addiction.
In addition, Diyanet’s statements say that while experiencing nausea does not prevent fasting, if it poses a danger to people’s health, it is more appropriate for them not to fast.
People with advanced nausea complaints should turn to the nearest health facility. These persons can fast again after the treatment of the conditions determined according to the examinations of the specialized doctors and the solution to the nausea.
How do you prevent nausea during Ramadan?
Nausea complaints from fasting people can be prevented by taking a few small precautions. These measures apply to persons without health problems. The following are recommended by experts to prevent nausea especially while fasting in Ramadan;
Food eaten at the time of sahur should not be too greasy or salty.
Caffeinated drinks should not be consumed immediately after iftar.
Nicotine should not be taken immediately after iftar.
Drinking mineral water after the sahur or iftar meal relieves the stomach.
Boiling mint and lemon in a glass of water and drinking it after sahur can prevent nausea.