Ways to Protect Spine Health During Ramadan

Ways to keep your spine healthy during Ramadan
Ways to keep your spine healthy during Ramadan

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Specialist Associate Professor Ahmet İnanır gave important information about the subject. Fasting is the healing and purification of the body and mind… We should not neglect our body health while fasting within a period of 1 month. The points that should be taken into consideration during the month of Ramadan are;

Water is of great importance for our body, leaving the body dehydrated causes many body problems. Make sure to consume the appropriate amount of water for your body mass between iftar and sahur!

The primary criterion to protect our spine health is weight! The discs, joints, ligaments and muscles that provide spinal flexibility are exposed to overload due to the pressure of excess weight and may cause lumbar hernia by deformation. In addition, by changing the center of gravity of the body, it can prepare the ground for waist slips. You can reduce the risk of lumbar hernia by losing your excess weight.

While we are training our nafs during the day, let's continue this during the iftar hour, let's avoid exaggerated meals.

In addition to pandemic process and fasting, immobility is the biggest enemy of the skeletal system.Do not neglect the light-paced exercises as much as your hunger during the day without increasing your heart rate. Try to do the spine health exercises I shared.

Take care of your sleep patterns, our mental and body health, strong immunity goes through regular sleep. Remember, regular and quality sleep reduces the rate of getting sick.

Always continue to use supplements such as vitamin D, vitamin C, which you should take while fasting or to strengthen your skeletal system, after iftar. Make sure to have a place on your table for foods containing vitamin. Also, consume eggs, legumes, dairy products regularly… Reduce your carbohydrate and fat consumption as much as possible ...

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