The Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has provided several tips to avoid headaches during Ramadan. A variety of factors including thirst, low blood sugar, lack of sleep, tension, caffeine addiction, smoking, and gastrointestinal exhaustion could trigger headaches during the fasting month. Check out the tips below.
10 tips to avoid headaches during Ramadan— مؤسسة حمد الطبية (@HMC_Qatar) May 11, 2020
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