Ramadan is a month of great spiritual significance among Muslims. It’s where eating, drinking, and sexual intercourse are prohibited from sunrise to sunset. But it is especially a blessed month where Muslims reconnect with the sacred book: Quran, a month where they multiply the good actions and also refrain from harming others.
However, while fasting is very good for the body, it can come with various inconveniences when not done properly: violent headaches, big fatigue besides the problems of diabetes and cholesterol due to the excess of food at the moment of breaking the fast. This is why Dr Nora will give you some tips to prepare you for fasting and also preserve your health during this holy month.