You can’t drink water This might seem like torture, especially for those of us fasting more than 17 hours in the hot months, but water is a no no.But you can chug all the H2O you want during suhoor and from iftar onwards!You can’t smoke Because it’s something that you ingest through your mouth, if you smoke your fast breaks.This also applies to all other drugs, whether inhaled, snorted or injected.You can’t chew gum As much as you might want to grab a stick (or five) of gum to get rid of that fasting breath, you can’t because it’ll break your fast.You can’t have sex Again, this only applies to during the fasting hours, not during the night.Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably heard of this thing called Ramadan which started yesterday (Monday, June 6). If you happen to be up after iftar until suhoor, which many Muslims who choose to go to nightly prayers or pray at home do, then you can definitely eat nonstop during those hours, although we wouldn’t recommend it.
It is a time to purify the soul, refocus attention on God, and practice self-discipline and self-sacrifice.Fasting during the month of Ramadan, called the , is considered one of the five pillars of Islam that shape a Muslim's life.The Arabic word for fasting means "to refrain," not only from food and drink but also from evil actions, thoughts, or words.Oily foods are harder to digest and can make you feel bloated, a feeling that is not fun if you’re trying to stay up all night to pray.
Instead, choose a combination of complex carbs and protein for suhoor, so you’re able to feel full longer.
Well, back-biting and talking smack falls under that.