A severe lack of water can lead to a myriad of problems with the human body and how it functions, from dizziness all the way to stomach ulcers and even death.
With the blessed month of Ramadan so near and in recognition of upcoming World Water Day on 22nd March, it is vital that we understand the importance of water in our lives. So, here are some of the most common problems you may encounter when dehydrated to show just how crucially important water actually is.
Keeping hydrated whilst fasting during the month of Ramadan is not as difficult as you may think. Around 70% of our body is made up of water which needs to be replenished. If your body’s fluid intake is reduced, it can have a serious impact on your nervous system.
Here are a few tips for the month of Ramadan to ensure you keep hydrated.
Without water, the earth and its people would cease to exist. In all likelihood, most people who are currently reading this take this for granted without even realising.
Initiatives such as the water and sanitation project with Muslim Aid serve as a well-needed reminder of those who do not have access to something as simple as clean, safe water.
This Ramadan, donate towards a good cause with Muslim Aid.
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