With a precious guest just round the corner, it’s time to learn the keys to beat procrastination, overcome laziness: be a Muslim… How?
While Ramadan is a festive time of year, it has the potential to negatively impact one’s health. Eating at night rather than during the day affects the body’s metabolism, thus increasing the risk of weight gain. Fasting can also lead to cravings for foods that are high in sugar and fat, which can also impact your waistline.
Regularly going a day without food reduces your risk of heart disease and diabetes. Studies show that fasting releases a significant surge in human growth hormone, which is associated with speeding up metabolism and burning off fat.
With the coming of the Holy month of Ramadan, we have many wishes and plans to accomplish during it. The question is, how can we practically and possibly get our tasks done?
Social expectations can make some women feel like they have to choose between family or their worship in Ramadan. We all have multiple responsibilities