1. Do NOT miss Sahur.

Because if you do, you're playing yourself and punishing your body.

2. Prepare your Sahur the night before.

So you won't go through the stress of cooking early in the morning.

3. Going to bed early is the key to success.

Simply so you can be up early for Sahur and prayers.

4. Instead of sleeping all day, try to read and keep yourself active.

It's not easy really, but sleeping through the day will only cause more weakness.

5. Hydrate like there's no tomorrow.

Drink lots of water especially after Iftar. This will help prevent dehydration and make you feel less thirsty.

6. Avoid sugary foods and drinks.

Potassium-rich foods (banana, fish, potatoes, etc) are preferable because they retain water and will keep you full for a while.

7. Not every time Eba, sometimes Kunu and Akara.

If you think Eba will sit in your tummy from Sahur till Iftar, you're on a long thing. Eba isn't made for Sahur abeg, unless you don't mind being constipated all day.

8. Try not to overeat at Iftar so you can pray Taraweeh easily.

More like, so you can Ruku properly during Taraweeh.

9. Not every time clap back, sometimes unlook.

Imagine getting riled up while your stomach is grumbling. Stress abi? The block B.utton on your social media pages isn't for jokes sha. Just, saying.

10. It's never too late to set goals.

Write a daily list of things you want to achieve during the month and work towards them. You'll be too busy working on them to count down to Iftar.

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