Ramzan is the month to achieve both physical and mental health care.
Ramzan gives you inner peace and inner peace results in a healthy mind and body.
Ramzan helps you to induce out of depression, and it’s the month to achieve the purity of Eman.
Narrated Abu Hurairah that Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said :
“Whoever observes fasts during the month of Ramzan out of sincere faith, and hoping to achieve Allah’s reward, then all his past sins are going to be forgiven”
( Bukhari 2:37)
We all know that a depressed mind isn’t ready to perform any physical activities in an exceedingly better way. Ramzan provides us greater physical benefits and even it’s scientifically proven that Ramzan helps to fight against cancer.
Alhamdulillah, fasting is nice for our bodies, minds, and our souls! It helps us spiritually during this life and could be a special investment in the next life.
Ramadan is a special time for reflection, self-improvement, kindness, and spirituality – and fasting is one of the key pillars of the Holy Month, with those observing Ramadan fasting from dawn to dusk.
Regulates ‘bad’ cholesterol
Many people aim to lose some weight by fasting. However, a recent study found that fasting also affects the lipid profile. This leads to reduced blood cholesterol, which might keep heart attacks, strokes, and other diseases treed.
Observing Ramadan and fasting gives your lifestyle and system a positive U-turn. As your body gets won’t eat less, your gastrointestinal system gets an opportunity to rest and your stomach gradually shrinks in size. This reduces your appetite, and also the results can last longer than many trend diets.
It increases our Taqwa
’O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, because it was prescribed for people who came before you, in order that you will attain Taqwa (piety)’. [The Noble Qur’an, 2:183]
Having Taqwa has often been translated to being awake to Allah, fearing Allah, or just being pious. It’s the profound meaning of being vigilant over our own lives as if constantly conscious that Allah is seeing us all the time.
The Psychological Effects
Ramadan isn’t merely physical. Fasting may be a commitment of the person’s body and soul to the spirit of the fast: a spiritual self-purification method. Through fasting, much work on one’s acts of worship, and aims to purify the soul; cleansing impurities and refocusing one’s self of worship.
Ramadan is about improving good moral character and habits. Not only do people cut out food and drink, an equally important aspect of Ramadhan but often overlooked by non-Muslims with the main target of conversations being on food and drink, is to abstain from negative vices and habits like arguing, fighting, or lustful thoughts. It’s the fasting of the tongue, ears, and eyes that’s of course more difficult.
During this point, many specialize in establishing self-control and relearning positive life-changing habits. People acquire patience, strong will, and discipline. Striving for Ihsaan is the aim, which implies righteousness and sincerity.
In the UK, the Ramadan fasting model has been utilized by health departments to cut back on cigarette smoking.
Prayer is important during Ramadan, serving a purpose to sharpen the notice of and closeness to God, and providing people strength and self-control.
It protects us from the fireplace.
The Messenger of Allah (saw) said, ‘A worshipper doesn’t fast each day for the sake of Allah except that that day (of fasting) distances the hearth from his face by seventy autumns’. [Tirmidhi]
Subhan Allah, one-day fasting takes us far from Hellfire. Now, imagine the reward of those who fast each week or perhaps each month. How distant they have to be from the fireplace and the way near Jannah!