What happens in the body when fasted for a month?

While Muslims entered the day of the first month of Ramadan, we compiled what was on a body fasting for Ramadan during the month of Ramadan.

The eleven-month sultana came in the month of Ramadan. The Sahur table will be set up, the father of the house will come from the work and wait for the evening ezanı to be read on television. Hurmalar will be coming and iftarlar will be opened. What will happen to our body in this process, as far as the Feast of Ramadan?

First 3 Days

To realize that the human body is fasting, it starts 8 hours after the food it eats. So the feeling of hunger and stress about fasting starts on this radar. As a matter of fact, at the end of the 8th hour your body will have absorbed all the food you have eaten. Of course, we do not incorporate here the effects of habits such as thirst and smoking. After the 8th hour, your body's energy needs come from the glucose in the liver and muscles. When Glucose comes to an end, your body, which will go to the oil to produce an energy source, gradually becomes purer from the oil.

Between 3rd and 7th Day

We came as long as we started to get used to the body. At this stage, attention should be directed to carbohydrate-based foods on the shelf and to consume nutrients such as protein, salt and water at the rate of the body's needs.

Between 8th and 15th Day

We have come to realize that your body now recognizes your fasting order and begins to understand this eating cycle. Razeen Mahroof of the University of Cambridge says about this process: "In everyday life we ​​receive much more calorie food, and our bodies are unable to perform important tasks such as surviving illnesses." This is rebalanced during fasting, the body again focuses on its more important functions, and recovery from illness is also becoming easier. "

Between 16th and 30th Days

The last period of the month of Ramadan is the phase in which your body enters the 'detox' phase. The organs start to work at maximum capacity as before. Your memory, concentration and stress level are returning to normal and the body begins to purify from toxins.

Ramadan is positive for our body, negative. "The fasting is beneficial to health because it allows us to focus on what we eat when and when we eat, but we do not recommend extending the period of one month and fasting day by day."


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In short, Ramadan is a process that the body can tolerate. However, if you have the intention of fasting outside Ramadan, it is not day after day; weekly 5/2 period is recommended. Of course, not exaggerating eating on both the sahur and the ifta. We wish you to have a Ramadan that will both make you feel better and your mind better.