Muscat – Temperatures for the next few days, which also coincides with the first week of Ramadhan, has been predicted to be above 40 degrees Celsius, said Oman Meteorology. It also means longer fasting hours than the previous years.
According to nutritionists, to prevent the feeling of thirst, make sure you drink plenty of fluids and water between Iftar and Suhour to prevent dehydration.
Limit your intake of fried foods and foods high in fats and sugar
Avoid foods high in salt such as pickles, salty crackers and nuts, and canned foods
Try not to drink too much tea especially at Suhour as it can increase fluids lost through urination
Don’t overeat at the Suhour meal.