Dating a muslim during ramadan
But if that makes it sound super serious and boring, it's really not.
It's a time of celebration and joy, to be spent with loved ones.
This means eating lots of high-protein foods and drinking as much water as possible right up until dawn, after which you can't eat or drink anything. Since it's usually still pretty early, many go back to sleep for a bit before waking up again to get ready for the day (I certainly do).
During Ramadan, Muslims wake up well before dawn to eat the first meal of the day, which has to last until sunset.That's because eating large meals super early in the morning and late at night with a long period of low activity bordering on lethargy in between can wreak havoc on your metabolism.But if you're careful, you can avoid putting on weight, and you may actually lose a few pounds.In many Muslim countries, however, businesses and schools may reduce their hours during the day or close entirely.For the most part, though, Muslims go about their daily business as we normally would, despite not being able to eat or drink anything the whole day.