Admit it, the holy month of Ramadan has got to be the best! The reason? It’s the month where Muslims have the chance to grow closer to Allah (SWT) and find personal peace. Of course, a lot of non-Muslims around the world find it nearly impossible to fast without even drinking water… indeed, it is, nonetheless, we Muslims love Ramadan.And for foodies, why they love Ramadan is because of the different types of yummy foods that they get to relish on. Obviously, the different food offers at restaurants work as a cherry on top!
Now, let’s get back to the real-life problems that we, youngsters face during Ramadan. If you are a student, chances are you have upcoming final exams or assignments that you need to submit. Ugh! And if you are a working adult, let’s not talk about how awful it is to wake up in the morning and head towards work.Recently, students from Dhaka University have confirmed in their study that students face a “Roja Rekhe Porte Pari Na, Iftaar Kore Norte Pari Na” syndrome during Ramadan.
This means that they can’t study during the day time while they are fasting, and after breaking the fast, it is near to impossible for them to even move a muscle. All this while, you must have thought that it’s only you who must have been facing such health issues. But today we have good news for you. YOU. ARE. NOT. ALONE. Most students, aged from 18 – 26 face this problem. It’s no surprise. The study also reveals that our parents also faced the same problem during their time, it’s just that they don’t want to show this in front of us.
So, the next time anyone who says that they are fine after Iftar and are willing to study or work on their assignments, ask that person to go get a blood test to check if they are barely even a human or not. That’s because it’s too good to be true – study finds.