Irregular eating habits and disrupted sleep patterns commonly cause headaches and migraine pains during Ramadan. These pains are annoying when they interfere with daily activities.
Breaking the fast with dates is beneficial as it helps to restore low blood sugar level, one of the leading causes of headaches during fasting.
Whether the cause is low blood sugar, dehydration, caffeine withdrawal, or something else, American Hospital consultants via telehealth services are just a click away to advise you on the best course of management.
However, if the condition gets worse, we recommend visiting our specialised neurologist at the hospital to seek advice on your health condition.