Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam, which allah(God) ,Almighty has imposed on Muslims in the blessed month of Ramadan, and it means abstaining from eating and drinking from dawn to sunset. Ramadan is a month dear to every Muslim and has spiritual and physical effects on humans, and fasting is considered a new diet that is not the usual pattern in a person’s daily life.
The benefits of religious fasting:
Performing an act that is obligatory for every sane adult Muslim who is able to fast.
Social benefits of fasting:
Fasting achieves equality between members of society alike; Where the rich and the poor, the man and the woman, the child, the servant and the master break their fast at the same time. Fasting causes the able-bodied to feel the need of someone who does not have the means of his day, and this motivates him to pay alms and donations. Fasting pushes the family members into more communication and friendship by meeting at the Iftar table.
The health benefits of fasting:
(*Fast, you will wake up) This is a
sentence of two words that summarizes all the benefits of fasting that we
may or may not realize, and among the health benefits of fasting:
Fasting helps in the process of demolishing existing cells and the process of building new cells, and this is only done by stopping the introduction of food and drink to the body.
Fasting is a way of life for those who want to lose weight, provided that they do not overeat after breaking the fast by eating starchy foods and sweets and overeating.
Fasting gives an opportunity for the stomach, liver, pancreas, and intestines to rest and renew themselves.
Fasting lowers blood sugar and cholesterol.
Fasting increases positive energy, reduces negative energy by turning to God, and causes the Ramadan atmosphere that is loved by all and social communication between people, which reduces feelings of sadness, melancholy, boredom and depression.
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Spiritual benefits of fasting:
- It raises a person to fear God, and thus prevents him from committing
The one who fasts is accustomed to patience, and to bear hardships and hardships.
- Helps to control and control different instincts.
*the PROPHITE Mohamed peace be upon him
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