Ramadan fasting

Ramadan fasting

The non-consumption of food or fluids from sunrise to sunset during the month of Ramadan, as prescribed in the Quran. Ramadan fasting does not produce adverse effects on the heart, lung, liver, kidney, eyes, haematologic profile, endocrine or neuropsychiatric functions; it is not recommended for noncompliant, poorly controlled and/or pregnant type-1 diabetics.
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Ramadan fasting was associated with higher leptin and adiponectin (12.
the 2012 Olympics Games) [1], the purpose of this study was to determine the effects of Ramadan fasting on muscle fatigue and physical and mental performances of young soccer players.
In view of the given facts, Ramadan fasting is an ideal recommendation for treatment of mild to moderate, stable, non insulin dependent diabetics.
Your doctor will tell you how to adjust your doses and help create a plan that works for you to complement with Ramadan fasting hours.
Ramadan Fasting related Awareness, Practices and Experiences of a representative group of Urban Pakistani Diabetics.
For example, after participation in Ramadan fasting, hemoconcentration and a decrease in plasma volume become apparent [7] through increases in hematocrit and hemoglobin (indicating a decrease of 7% in plasma volume), and a concentration of plasma electrolytes [4,6].
Ramadan fasting can be safe for patients with heart failure, according to research presented today at the 29th Annual Conference of the Saudi Heart Association (SHA29), held 1 to 3 March in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Irrespective of treatment regimens being followed, Ramadan fasting should be undertaken under medical supervision, following precautions as underlined in the IDF-DAR guidelines.
The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29/30 days Ramadan fasting.
In Kuwait, Ramadan gather people more through shared meals and other communal activities, and among these social customs is "Graish", a traditional pre-Ramadan feast when family members and friends gather to celebrate the last day of the month of Sha'aban and to prepare for Ramadan fasting.
Ramadan fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam, along with the Muslim declaration of faith, daily prayer, charity and performing the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.
Furthermore, we are generally unaware of effects of Ramadan fasting on performance variables in competitions (2).