Ramadan Helps Mental Wellbeing, Says Dubai-Based German Psychiatrist

“People’s mental health is strengthened by the ‘intentional concentration’ during this time on family and friends. Rediscovering the importance of simple things and not letting themselves be diverted by outward temptations is one of the elements of Ramadan. Ramadan also generates a positive psychodynamic effect as actions become more thoughtful and less aggression tends to be generated or experienced.

“On the whole, the month of Ramadan gives everyone the psychological chance to take a step back and analyse their lives and often reconsider their priorities.”  >>>>>

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