Sleep is undeniably vital for our body to maintain its health and functions - apart from healthy foods and drinks. Without enough sleep, our system tends to go haywire, leaving you feeling tired, weak, and even moody.
One of the times when our normal sleep cycles get disrupted is during Ramadan. During the holy month, our daily routine changes as we start our day well before fajr and perform more prayers at night, often leaving us with less sleep time. It's important to find the right balance between spiritual pursuits and maintaining your well-being.
Check out our helpful infographic to help you find the balance you need to sleep better and wake up fresher during Ramadan:
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