A question that has been circulating social media for the past few days
What is the perfect time to work out in Ramadan? Should you work out in Ramadan at all?
Working out in Ramadan gets way harder due to long fasting hours. The lack of food and water make us feel like we aren’t capable of doing the minimal movement, never mind exercising.
well, the truth is, fasting should not be an excuse to miss your gym classes or gain extra few pounds; on the contrary, Ramadan is a chance to lose few pounds and get ins shape
- Training before Iftar is recommended for weight loss
- Drink as much water as you can from Iftar to Sohour
- The best time to work out is the last hour before Iftar
- When you exercise before Iftar leads to losing weight as your body tends to burn more saturated fats
- If your goal is to build muscles, then training after Iftar is the best for you
- Train after Iftar with a couple of hours, so your Iftar would have the time to be digested
- Make sure you have a healthy Iftar meal
- Don’t work out in an open space during fasting hours, that might lead you to feel unwell
- Whenever you decide to exercise, make sure you stay dehydrated from Iftar to Sohour
- If you want to go for a run, the best time is around dawn (from 2 to 5 a.m)
- Make sure to include protein and carbohydrate
Ahmed Al-Motasem’s “Egyptian Eyes” initiative is our duty towards our country
Dr. Ahmed Al-Motasem, Consultant Lasik and Ophthalmology Professor at Ain Shams University School of Medicine, launched an initiative called “For the Eyes of Egyptians” to provide 50 clients to remove free white water for critical cases who are not able to afford it.
This was a sense of his national duty towards the Egyptian people, which in solidarity with the initiatives presented by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi during the past period.
Al-Motasem stressed that presidential initiatives in health were the first incentive for the idea and for his donation of these operations.
The mechanism’s publicity for registration will be made through Social Media to provide the necessary medical report cases to select the most necessary cases immediately.
It is worth noting that Dr. Ahmed Al-Motasem, Consultant Yazek and Ophthalmology Professor at Ain Shams University Faculty of Medicine and Medical Director of the Team of Ophthalmologists, which consists of a group of ophthalmologists and highly qualified eye examination specialists who have extensive experience in various subdisciplinary disciplines in medicine.
Ophthalmologist specializing in refractive eye surgery, cataracts and white and blue water.
Saudi Health Officials Are Hopeful As Number of Cases Decline and Vaccines Are Underway!
Saudi health officials are confident to announce their victory over the virus and that they have everything under control as the number of cases drastically declined and vaccines are underway!
The Kingdom has recorded 139 cases only, which is the first time for the number to be under 150 since the outbreak last March.
The Ministry of Health’s weekly confirmed COVID-19 case map shows that almost all of the Kingdom’s regions are in the “safe zone,” recording numbers below 50 throughout the past week and more.
“We’re among the countries with noticeable control and decrease in cases,” ministry spokesman Dr. Mohammed Al-Abd Al-Aly said during a press conference.
“The Kingdom now has more control over the pandemic. This achievement is due to the community’s adherence to the measures put in place. It wouldn’t have been possible without coordination between the community and relevant authorities in the face of this pandemic to ensure everyone’s health and safety,” he added.
The first batch of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is due in the Kingdom in days, and Al-Aly urged everyone to come forward for inoculation even if they had recovered from COVID-19.
Saudi Arabia Gets Ready For the Launch of Vaccine Campaign
Soon enough, residents of Saudi Arabia will get tor receive the coronavirus vaccine for free before the end of this year, after the Kingdom’s approval the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine this week.
According to Dr. Hani Jokhdar, Saudi deputy minister for public health, the vaccine will be inoculated before this year comes to an end, and that the first batch of the vaccine will arrive very soon.
Dr. Mazen Hassanain, managing director of the SaudiVax pharmaceuticals company, said on TV that the vaccines will be optional to take for the public.
Priority goes to those above the age of 65, healthcare workers, the obese, individuals who suffer from auto-immune diseases, and patients with chronic illnesses.
The second phase of the vaccination will kick off in March until June and the priority will be for those above 50 and patients who suffer from the following diseases: asthma, diabetes, chronic heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or cancer.
Teachers and educators will be included in the inoculation phase starting July, and the private and government sector workers will be given the vaccine starting next September.