Features, The Ramadan Guide - March 13, 2023

How To Stay Motivated During Ramadan?

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Working during Ramadan is rewarding, but it is not without challenges. Feeling uninspired and less productive during the month of fasting can take its toll on your overall well-being and daily activities. In order to maintain your endurance during the month, self-care is of the utmost importance. Consider some (or a combination of all) of these practices to help you improve your motivation throughout the Holy month.

Consume an adequate Suhoor meal

Remember, you don’t have to overeat when you are trying to break your fast during suhoor. Instead, eat a moderate portion because overeating will leave you exhausted and unenergised.

Avoid Caffeine

Caffeine could help you feel alert on a regular basis, especially if you are sleepy. Caffeine, on the other hand, should be avoided during the fasting month because it can upset your stomach and make you sick.

Modify your sleep schedule

Establish two sleep schedules: one at night and one during the day. If you have a terrible bedtime ritual late, make sure you break it. Lack of quality sleep can affect your energy levels. Fall asleep early because you will need to get up earlier than usual during Ramadan. After suhoor and morning prayers, the second schedule begins.

Limit screen time

Thanks to our advanced smartphones and gadgets, it is easier to set screen time regulations and take a break from the digital world. The amount of information we are privy to these days can be overwhelming. Make some time for creative activities instead – writing, painting, photography. Spending some quality time with your family is also a great way to improve your overall well-being.

The bottom line…

So, there you have it – the four tips for staying motivated while fasting. By combining them, you can increase your chances of success. Determine what works best for you and put it into practice.

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