Predictors of successful Ramadan fasting in Muslim patients with epilepsy: A prospective study


Ramadan is the name of a month in the Muslim lunar calendar. Ramadan fasting is a basic principle of Islam that involves fasting from dawn to sunset for one lunar month. During Ramadan, healthy adult Muslims are allowed to eat and drink only between sunset and dawn. Fasting is not obligatory for prepubertal children, menstruating women and individuals with mental illness.


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