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6 health tips: recommendations of the Sunnah and modern science
Nov. 27, 2017

Early wake up. As is known, our prophet (pbuh) had a habit of getting up early, he woke up with the morning azan. Up early contributes to better productivity and efficiency throughout the day, improve mental overall health. For many, an early rise seems very complicated and impossible, but if small steps to develop this habit, your quality of life will significantly change.

Moderate consumption of food. Moderate consumption of food was the Sunnah of the prophet Muhammad (PBUH). And for decades, not one study has proven that moderation in food is a great prevention of diseases. The Islamic concept of 1/3 for food, 1/3 for water, 1/3 for air resonates with the modern concept of proper nutrition, whereby you need to eat only 80%.

Water consumption. The famous hadith says: "Drink water in small SIPS, not big gulp, because of this drink (gulp) there is a sickness of the liver". It is a Sunnah to drink water, as prophet Muhammad did (PBUH). Today science has proven that excessive consumption of large amounts of water in a short period of time can trigger headaches, to upset the balance of electrolytes in the body, which eventually leads to liver disease. The use of water in small SIPS will allow you to extract from it the maximum benefit.

Fasting. Recent studies show that not only the food that we eat affects our health, but the time of its reception. Fasting was a regular practice of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), not only in the month of Ramadan. Scientists have proven that this intermittent posts have a beneficial effect on the hormonal system, prevent stress and irritability. The less a person consumes food, the less the body is focused on digestion and recuperation.

Dates and honey. Dates are an amazing product that has many useful properties. Those who are addicted to proper nutrition, you know about super-foods. Dates are one of them. They are able to stabilize blood sugar levels, helps lower blood cholesterol, the likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease. Fiber, which is rich in dates, make it a great product for the breaking. The Noble Qur'an and many Prophetic narrations refer to honey as a great healer of disease.

Activity. Three of the five pillars of Islam assume from the man physical readiness: the prayer itself is a kind of physical exercise, for Hajj and fasting also need good health, without which we simply will not be able to perform these acts of worship. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) encouraged physical activity and improve their own health through methods such as swimming, riding, horse archery.

P.S. The above is not a direct guide to the application, it is necessary to consult with a specialist.

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