How to Control your Blood Sugar Levels during fasting in Ramadan?

Consult with your doctor

The Dr. may adjust your medication or insulin dosage to fit your fasting schedule.

Monitor your sugar levels

Regularly monitor your blood sugar levels before, during, and after fasting.


Eat balanced meals

During the non-fasting hours, eat balanced meals that include carbs, proteins, and healthy fats.

Precaution while Eating

Avoid overeating or consuming too many sweets, as this can cause a spike in blood sugar levels.

Stay hydrated

Drink plenty of water and other non-sweetened beverages during non-fasting hours to stay hydrated.

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Plan your meals

Plan your meals ahead of time and make sure they include low GI foods that release sugar slowly.

Break your fast wisely

When breaking your fast, start with a small meal that includes complex carbohydrates and proteins.

Get enough rest

Lack of sleep can affect blood sugar levels, so make sure to get enough rest and sleep during the night.