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MOH Publishes Awareness Infographic on Headache Prevention during Ramadan
06 June 2017
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has pointed out that sudden cessation of caffeine intake and smoking may cause headache during fasting.
 
The MOH highlighted, through an awareness infographic published via its Twitter account, the need to gradually reduce the daily consumption of caffeine or nicotine; in order to avoid headache. It also underlined how to avoid headaches, by means of following a healthy diet, avoiding burnout (mental and physical exhaustion), drinking enough fluids, getting an appropriate amount of sleep and exercising regularly.
 
These awareness-raising activities come in continuation of the MOH’s efforts to maintain the health and safety of all members of society, promote the health awareness among them, and provide them with medical tips and health guidelines during the holy month of Ramadan.
 
 
 



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