Ramadan Kareem to Our Friends and Clients

The blessed month of Ramadan is starting in just a couple of days. We wish all our friends and clients all the best in this blessed month. Let us strive hard in this month to keep fast everyday from sunrise to sunset. Also, to read Quran daily, attend the Taraweeh salat at the masjid and do good to our fellow human beings. May Allah forgive our sins, guide us and put barakat in our our health, wealth, family, business and personal life. We also ask your forgiveness if we had said or done anything to hurt your feelings.

We also pray for the welfare of the Palestinian people and the sufferings they have to endure in the hands of the transgressors. Only Allah can reward them and grant them Jannah in the next life for the pain and difficulties they went through in this dunya.

The big feature of the month of Ramadan is the daily fast from sunrise to sunset that is practiced by Muslims all around the world. There are many health benefits to fasting that’s backed by science. 1) Fasting has been found to reduce the risk of diabetes type 2 by increasing insulin sensitivity. Coupled with the potential blood sugar-lowering effects of fasting, this could help keep your blood sugar steady, preventing spikes and crashes in your blood sugar levels. 2) Fasting helps decrease levels of inflammation. Studies found that fasting reduces levels of C-reactive protein, which is a marker of inflammation. 3) Fasting enhances heart health by improving blood pressure, triglycerides and cholesterol levels. 4) Fasting boost brain function and prevents neurodegenerative disorders. 5) Fasting aids weight loss by limiting calorie intake and boosts metabolism. 6) Fasting increases growth hormone secretion, which is vital for growth, metabolism and muscle strength. Human growth hormone (HGH) is a protein hormone central to many aspects of health. Several studies have found that fasting naturally increases HGH levels. 7) Fasting extends longevity. Several studies have found that fasting has lifespan-extending effects. One 2021 study analyzed the effects of fasting on the human gut and found that fasting increased the diversity of helpful bacteria in the gut microbiome, including the Christensenella species, which are related to longevity. The researchers also noted an increase in sirtuins, proteins involved in metabolic regulation that are also associated with longevity. 8) Fasting aids in cancer prevention. A review published in the American Cancer Society Journal notes that fasting prevents cancer in some situations. It may decrease tumor growth and toxicity from chemotherapy in some people. Let’s take advantage of fasting in the month of Ramadan, and in addition to spiritual benefits, we also gain the physical health benefits. Also, if you have any health ailments, remember that HijamaEnergetics is always there to assist. We are open throughout the month of Ramadan to be of service to you.

HijamaEnergetics is Open Throughout Ramadan

If you are suffering from pain or health ailments, we are here to assist. We are open throughout the month of Ramadan. The general rule of doing Hijama while fasting is that if you don’t get tired when fasting and are able to carry out your responsibilities, then its fine for you to do Hijama. On the other hand, when fasting you get weak and tired, then its better to do Hijama after Ramadan.

Questions? Contact:
Amin Shah
Shahclan HijamaEnergetics

Boston, MA -USA
Phone 617-787-5151 (Landline)
Email: aminshah@shahclan.boston