If you skip suhoor then your body will rely on the previous meal you had to provide you energy until iftar. This means you are more likely to feel tired and dehydrated as it prolongs your overall fasting period. As the Prophet (pbuh) said “Eat suhoor, for in suhoor there is blessing.”
We know with everyday life not everything goes to plan but in Ramadan we have to put in extra effort. So plan to make your life easier, whether it’s your daily ibadah, your meals, your duas, who and what cause you want to donate to…PLAN!
Resist the urge to feast and follow the one third rule of the Prophet (pbuh) “one third of the belly with food, another third with drink and leave one third empty for easy breathing.”
Studies show that just 20 minutes is all you need to get the benefits of napping. A power nap can improve alertness, enhance performance, and help with your mood!
Very challenging but it’s for our own good as by Iftar time, our bodies are working to preserve as much energy possible. There-fore, excessive fatty food and sugars will be rapidly added to body fat reserves. Aside from the unhealthy weight gain, consuming fatty and sugary foods will also cause extra tiredness.