Avoid Caffeinated Beverages

Instead, avoid caffeinated drinks during the month of Ramadan. The reason, as stated by Dr. Titus Nursyirwan, these drinks can accelerate the process of dehydration.

"For coffee lovers, during Ramadan should reduce drinking coffee because the drinks contain caffeine, tea or soft drinks, can accelerate the dehydration process," said Acting Chief Medical Officer Kubu Raya District, West Kalimantan.

During Ramadan, he said, is very important to keep the body not to become dehydrated. "Hence, the consumption of drinking water as much as eight to 10 glasses per day and eat when breaking dawn," he said. Consuming soft drinks and caffeinated, he said, but would make awake at night, also has a diuretic effect, or reproduce the urine.

Titus also explain the fast of Ramadhan is the right time to improve the body's metabolism so the body more healthy. Do not think of fasting as a way of dieting, but how abstinence and healthy living. "Ask your doctor, how best to help the body to be able to run fast with a healthy," he suggested.

In addition, he also suggested, for the running fast while maintaining good eating habits with a balanced diet with fruits and vegetables.