Many people find the first day of fasting in Ramadan difficult. It is common to suffer from headaches, fatigue, and dehydration on the first day of Ramadan due to the change your body undergoes suddenly.
The holy month is the ninth in the Islamic calendar, the month in which the Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed.
Members of the National Alliance for Civil Development Work revealed the details of the Shoulder to Shoulder initiative, which will be launched in the coming days.
Biscuits and kahk are among the famous patisserie eaten during Eid al-Fitr.
Al-Azhar Imam Ahmed al-Tayeb labeled restrictions on non-Muslims when they eat or drink while Muslims fast in Ramadan as “absurd.”
While many people around the world fast for religious and cultural reasons, there are others who believe fasting has scientifically proven health benefits.
Here’s how to prevent dehydration while fasting
During the Holy month of Ramadan, Egyptian families prepare special oriental sweets to eat after the breakfast meal, atop of these desserts is the Kunafa.
The change in eating and sleeping habits can lead to less productivity and energy levels
Bad eating habits in Ramadan result in weight gain in some people despite fasting for many for a month. Here are tips to avoid weight gain and to minimize the feeling of thirst during the holy month.
An investigation has been launched into the incident.
According to the Associated Press (AP), the Middle East experiences a 58 million hour surge in Facebook consumption.
As weather experts warned of a heat wave hitting the country, raising the temperature degrees to highs of 40°C and 42°C on Wednesday and Thursday, citizens are advised to avoid heat-related illness during the fasting hours of Ramadan.
Bad breath in Ramadan is a social menace. Many people have experienced it either themselves or from others.
As Ramadan begins, diabetes patients who insist on fasting are advised to follow general dietary guidelines to stay health and avoid high blood sugar levels.
Alexandrians broke their fast on the 14th day of Ramadan seven minutes before Azan Al Maghreb was due
Islam permits a Muslim to abstain from fasting when certain conditions are present to alleviate their hardships.
What truly makes the holy month special is found within the spirituality of the month.
Fasting during pregnancy could be one of the most dangerous things any women could do without knowing, according to doctors.
Since 2009, dozens of people were reportedly arrested by Egyptian police officers, after being spotted eating during day time in Ramadan