8 ways to mentally and physically prepare yourself for Ramadan [Infographic]
Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, is a time for spiritual refection and worship. However, long hours of fasting along with disrupted sleep cycles could end up taking a heavy toll on your mental and physical health, thereby leading to symptoms like exhaustion, fatigue, dehydration, aches and pains, anxiety and so on.
That’s why a little bit of preparation ahead of Ramadan could help you adjust better to the rigours and restrictions of the holy month. Follow these tips to prepare yourself mentally and physically for Ramadan to facilitate your transition to the new routine.