The effects of fasting during Ramadan on mental health


The month of Ramadan encourages mindfulness and introspection, creating an opportunity for individuals to reflect on their actions, behaviours and spiritual needs. — Filepic

Just around the corner is Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam.

The holy month is not merely about abstaining from food and drink from dawn till dusk.

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