Benefits of Fasting

What’s happening to my body


Ever wondered what happens to your body during the 30 days of Ramadan, let’s brake it down for you.

Stage 1  From 1-2 days detoxification stage. During this period, blood sugar levels drop, leading to a slowing heart rate and decreased blood pressure. Muscle glycogen is utilised, resulting in some weakness. This phase is often the toughest, marked by symptoms like headaches, dizziness, nausea, bad breath, and a coated tongue, alongside intense hunger.

Stage 2  From 3-7 days, involves the breakdown of fats for energy, causing the release of glycerol and conversion to glucose. The skin may become oily as the body expels rancid oils. Temporary skin issues like pimples may arise. With the digestive system at rest, the body focuses on cleansing and healing. Immune activity increases, and organs like the lungs undergo repair. The colon starts to clear impacted feces.

Stage 3 From 8-15 days, characterised by increased energy, mental clarity, and overall well-being. Old injuries may flare up temporarily as the body’s healing abilities peak. Scar tissue is broken down, and toxins are expelled, leading to muscle soreness and canker sores. Gargling with salt water helps alleviate canker sores.

Stage 4 From 16-30 days, marks full adaptation to fasting. Energy levels soar, and periods of cleansing are interspersed with feeling good. Tongue color and breath freshness improve, indicating organ healing completion. Enhanced mental clarity and emotional balance are experienced, along with improved memory and concentration.

At last, you’ve undergone a complete system reboot, revitalising yourself spiritually, mentally, and physically.

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