‘Fasting generally helps with impulse control and self-discipline,’ U.K. doctor says
Quit-smoking campaigns have been successful among Muslim communities that take advantage of the month of fasting in Ramadan to cut back, doctors say.
During Ramadan, which is ending now, Muslims abstain from eating, drinking and smoking from dawn to dusk. While pregnant women and people who are ill are exempted from the religious requirement, some choose to follow it anyway.
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