Fasting Tips for Patients with Mag Pain, Number 2…


Mag Pain (Illustration). Photo: Ricardo/JPNN.com

sumut.jpnn.com, NORTH SUMATERA – Fasting Ramadan is an obligation for every Muslim around the world. It is only for certain people who are allowed to leave fasting, such as pregnant women, breastfeeding and health conditions that do not allow it.

So, what about those who have Mag disease. Of course must fast as required in the pillars of Islam.

Gastritis is a disease that attacks the stomach or in medical language it is called gastritis or gastric inflammation.

Gastritis or heartburn can be caused by many factors including food, stress, smoking, consumption of drugs and bacterial infections.

Unhealthy food and bacteria that enter the digestive system can stimulate the production of excess stomach acid.

Well, when the stomach is empty, this stomach acid can injure the stomach wall and cause heartburn.

Most of the bacteria that attack the stomach are Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacteria and these bacteria can live well in the human digestive tract.

Here is the explanation, as quoted by Azislam’s website.

For people with stomach ulcers, they can still carry out fasting during Ramadan, as long as they apply the following tips:

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