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Drinking coffee in the morning for that “pick me up feeling” is an all too familiar and enjoyable habit for many of us. But come Ramadan and the thought of stopping this stimulating ritual will definitely seem difficult.
You are also probably aware that in the early days of the Holy month, a sudden break in your coffee routine usually leads to a feeling of tiredness, and sometimes even a headache.
But we’ve got good news for you. There is a way to reduce your intake gradually without feeling the unpleasant effects of stopping suddenly. Better still, we’ll tell you how you can still enjoy drinking your coffee during the month of Ramadan!
Have you ever wondered why you might feel wide awake after your cup of coffee? That is quite simply because coffee contains caffeine which gives its unique flavor and aroma. Additionally, it gives you a feeling of alertness, helping you overcome fatigue and drowsiness and prepares you for the day ahead!
Did you know that coffee contains many antioxidants which help prevent diseases such as heart disease?
Every day your body is exposed to harmful external and internal factors that can cause free radicals to circulate in our bodies, increasing cell damage and the risk of contracting many diseases. Which is why, consuming foods and drinks rich in antioxidants will help your body fight off these substances and prevent you from getting ill.
If you are a coffee drinker, simply follow the steps detailed below to avoid any unpleasant feelings when you stop drinking coffee in the morning:
Remember that a balanced and healthy food intake and adequate fluid replenishment are key to providing you with the energy necessary for your body. And coffee is the boost that you need, to increase your sense of alertness and concentration.
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