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4 Surprising Health Impacts of Fasting During Ramadan as a Muslim With Health Conditions

Every year, Muslims around the world spend the month of Ramadan (the 9th month of the Islamic calendar) fasting and further exploring their faith.

Fasting requires abstaining from food and drink from dawn until dusk (yes, even water). Though it is considered compulsory for all that are able, there are a number of exemptions for people who are sick, pregnant, menstruating, traveling, etc.

For years, I did not fast, and it wasn’t something I was pressured to do, so my perspective and experiences may not be representative of everyone’s experience.

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