Most people take drinking water for granted and do not meet the adequate requirement of water consumption, which is especially true in Ramadan. It is extremely important to drink sufficient water during Suhoor and Iftar in order to replace the water that is lost from the body during daily activities like sweating and urination. Many times people tend to ignore drinking water because they do not like the taste if it. Here are some tips to ensure adequate hydration during Ramadan.
- When you prefer to drink beverages other than soda, make sure to avoid sodas and aerated beverages. Herbal teas, milk, lime juice, coconut water, sparkling water, homemade soups, and fresh fruit juices that are not loaded with sugar are good and healthy alternatives for fluid consumption.
- Add some flavoring or fruits to water to make it taste better.
- Try drinking sparkling water in order to get the fizz in the drink and make it seem like soda
- Drink water at your preferred temperature at all times Eat fruits like watermelon, cucumber, and oranges that are laden with water.
- Drink soups and broths, without too much salt.
- Switch to drinking tea, which comes in various varieties and can be consumed hot or cold. Tea includes green tea, herbal tea, or decaffeinated tea.