Common Diseases Appear After Eid

Common Diseases Appear After Eid

We have just passed the 1444th Eid al-Fitr, where Eid al-Fitr, or Eid, is always celebrated with great joy. Apart from being only once a year, this moment is also the best time to do many things. Moreover, coupled with the typical Eid dish, which is usually filled with fat and coconut milk,

But be careful! Wrong habits during Eid can actually trigger a number of attacking diseases. Especially when coupled with bad eating habits during the holiday. So, what are the common ailments that appear after Eid and how do you deal with them?

    High cholesterol

The food menu that is synonymous with Eid al-Fitr is opor ayam, ketupat, and rendang. The dish is certainly very tempting to eat. But you should be able to distinguish whether the body is really hungry and needs food or just has "hungry eyes". It is useful to prevent rising levels of bad cholesterol.

These types of Eid foods can actually trigger an increase in cholesterol levels. In addition to limiting fatty foods and coconut milk, rising cholesterol levels can also be prevented by continuing to eat fruits and vegetables. Because these foods can have a longer satiety effect, they prevent the desire to overeat.

2. Diarrhea

A poor diet during Eid can also trigger diarrheal disease. Specifically, the problem of defecation causes the process to occur abnormally. For example, defecating more than three times a day with feces that tend to be soft or runny These symptoms are usually accompanied by fever, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, and abdominal pain.

There are several things that can cause diarrhea, starting from eating foods that are not clean, foods that are too spicy, and types of food that can irritate the stomach, such as sour, oily foods, and soft drinks.

If diarrhea has already attacked, be sure to always meet the body's fluid and electrolyte needs. Replacing lost body fluids can be done by drinking ORS fluids or water.

Muscle ache

During Eid, muscle pain becomes one of the diseases that is at risk of attacking. Muscle pain usually occurs when a person does high enough physical activity. The moment of Eid is often filled with friendship and filling holiday time by visiting tourist attractions with family.

This can then be a trigger for pain in certain parts of the body. Usually muscle pain can go away on its own with adequate rest. So, make sure to know your limits so you can avoid this one disease.

4. Hypertension

Hypertension aka high blood pressure is also a threat. This disease, which is characterized by increased blood pressure above normal limits, is usually caused by several things, one of which is the habit of consuming excessive salt.

During Eid, you may find a number of dishes with a more prominent salty taste. Apart from a matter of taste, it cannot be denied that salt can indeed add to the taste of food. But you still have to be aware of the risk of hypertension, okay?

If you experience the above symptoms, immediately consult a doctor to get the right therapy.

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