Fasting in Ramadan can drastically improve your health, doctors say

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Thu, 2024-03-14 23:33

RIYADH: During the month of Ramadan, Muslims do not eat and drink from sunrise to sunset every day.

In Islam, fasting is a form of worship that fosters spiritual growth and a closer relationship with God. It is also a way to practice self-control and show empathy toward those in need.

As the sun sets each day, the breaking of the fast becomes a moment of gratitude, reflection and unity.

This act of self-discipline not only serves as a means of cleansing the soul and strengthening one’s connection with the divine, but also has profound effects on the body.

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