It's that time of the year again, we're finally meeting Ramadan once again this year. The ninth month of the Islamic calendar, the holiest month, a time where Muslims across the globe concentrate on spirituality. Now, all Muslims are nearing the end of the first week of Ramadan. They are observing a month-long fast as a practice of religious observance. Some might have settled into a new routine while others are still battling to adjust their day-to-day routine.
Fasting isn't just a commitment for every responsible and fit Muslim. Fasting - at least a month in a year - also serves as a healthy way of detoxing and resting your organs. Other than detoxifying your body, the holy month is an extraordinary start to detox your mind from negativity. In short, fasting sets you up for a healthy body and a healthy mind.