2023 Hajj: Your Comprehensive Health Guide to Getting Preparation for Hajj

Are you planning for Hajj this year? Hajj is a unique spiritual journey that every Muslim heart desires. But before embarking on this spiritual adventure, you must be in the best health condition to perform all rituals. Health preparation is not just a part of general preparation for Hajj, it is extremely important. So, in this comprehensive article, we’d like to present to you the critical health preparation steps that you should know before starting the journey of Hajj in 2023.

1) Checking general health status: Conducting a general health check-up before traveling for Hajj is a basic step to ensure your health. This check-up can help you detect any health issues that may require treatment before starting your Hajj journey.

2) Required immunizations and vaccinations for the Hajj: There are some required
vaccinations such as tetanus-diphtheria and seasonal influenza vaccines, as directed by the Ministry of Health in UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Make sure to check these requirements and get the appropriate vaccinations before traveling. Medilife Home Healthcare in Dubai provides vaccination service at home at your comfort, without needing to travel to any clinic & wait in line . 

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3) Physical Preparation: Hajj requires a lot of physical and mental effort. You can prepare for this by improving your physical fitness before the journey. Regular physical activity can help strengthen your immune system and increase your endurance. It’s also important to maintain a healthy diet. It is advised to do a comprehensive blood test, as we provide a “basic health screening” because any
deficiency in vitamins and minerals can cause fatigue and inability to perform Hajj rituals. One of our most requested services is the Immune Booster IV drip at Home in Dubai. We recommend taking vitamins intravenously for faster absorption of vitamins and minerals.

4) Preparation for special health conditions: If you suffer from a chronic condition such as diabetes or high blood pressure, you must prepare for it specially and precisely. It would help if you talked to your doctor about handling these conditions during Hajj. Make sure you carry all the medications you might need. We offer a medical consultation service over the phone to discuss health conditions and how to maintain their stability.

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5) Preparing for any health emergencies during Hajj: It is best to have the appropriate medications with you such as paracetamol or ibuprofen in case of fever or headache, antihistamines in case of insect bites or any kind of allergy, and we cannot neglect digestive system medicines for diarrhea or nausea. We advise you to communicate with our doctors to take the consultation and visit our online pharmacy.

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4) Maintaining personal hygiene during Hajj: To reduce the risk of infection while performing Hajj rituals, you should maintain good personal hygiene, use hand sanitizer regularly and avoid close contact with sick people. Remember to have all your items such as unscented soap, protection creams for chafing, sun protection creams, and body moisturizers. We have offered a special personal care kit.

 

5) Getting enough sleep to endure the rigors of Hajj rituals: Sleep is important in maintaining good health and staying active and vibrant. Make sure you get enough sleep before and during Hajj, and lack of sleep or insomnia may result from a deficiency of certain elements such as vitamin D or magnesium. Therefore, it is best to do a blood test and take the appropriate vitamins suggested by our doctor based on your health condition.
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During the performance of Hajj rituals, you may experience stress or fatigue, and sometimes due to the change in your day’s routine and nature, you may suffer from digestive system disorders, so it is better to consult our doctor to have the appropriate medications with you.Do not hesitate to communicate with our doctors even when you are out of the country to take the necessary consultation at any time.

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Finally, know that Hajj is a rich and rewarding experience, but it requires good preparation to avoid many potential health problems and enjoy the whole Hajj experience. We wish you a blessed Hajj and may Allah accept your obedience.