All of us know that Ramadan does not only mean fasting without food or water, but also stopping drinking coffee or tea for as long as 15 hours every day.
Most part of people rely on coffee to start their day, so they can feel fresh and with good levels of energy to proceed with their work or their studies. Caffeine addicts suffer severe headaches, lack of concentration, insomnia, anxiety and tiredness during the first days of Ramadan. Fortunately, in most part of cases those symptoms start disappearing gradually.
Tips to prepare for Ramadan: