Check your blood sugar levels more frequently during fasting to track any changes and make adjustments to your medication, if needed
During Iftar, the meal that breaks the fast, avoid foods that are high in sugar and fat. Instead, opt for a balanced meal that includes vegetables, lean protein, and complex carbohydrates
Moderate physical activity, such as a 30-minute walk after Iftar, can help regulate blood sugar levels. However, avoid intense exercise during fasting hours as it can increase the risk of low blood sugar levels
Remember to listen to your body and prioritize your health during fasting. If you experience any symptoms of low or high blood sugar levels, such as dizziness, confusion, sweating, or weakness, break your fast immediately and seek medical attention if necessary.