Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — With Ramadan approaching and what that means, coping with not drinking the usual morning coffee daily… may not be easy.
And for those who wish to reduce the feelings of discomfort that may result from this, the Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population recommended, through a tweet it posted on its Twitter page, to stop drinking stimulants, such as coffee, a week before the start of Ramadan.
This contributes to avoiding severe headaches on the first day of fasting.
And for those who cannot imagine their day without coffee, they can drink it at certain times during the month of Ramadan, but they must not overdo it either, and seize the opportunity of fasting to reduce its consumption if they are among the people who are addicted to it a lot.
And since caffeine helps to focus, and thus raise our productivity during work, the best time to drink coffee in Ramadan is at suhoor time, as its effect remains unlike the morning period closest to work time.
And remember not to consume it on an empty stomach and before breakfast, as it stimulates the production of acid in the stomach, which may cause pain or a feeling of discomfort.
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