Maintaining a proper sleeping routine during Ramadan is essential to improve your energy levels and overall well-being.
Your body needs the same amount of sleep time (average 8 hours) as required on regular days.
When you don’t give the body that, you accumulate sleep debt, which makes you feel more tired during the day and difficult to maintain healthy fasting.
So, it’s essential to take short naps in the afternoon. Sleep as early as possible at night. Wake up for Suhoor and prayer but then return to sleep before waking up for work.
If you have daytime fatigue, seek help via our telehealth service. If you feel too exhausted, visit the doctor for consultation.