Ramadan and Eating Disorders
If you’re Muslim, you may currently be fasting - Ramadan is a holy month where followers do not eat or drink from sunrise to sunset. We couldn’t help but think about how this affects people with an eating disorder history, or those currently suffering from one. We’d love to hear your stories.
Here are some we gathered from the internet:
- Eating Disorders at Ramadan: One Teenager’s Experience
- Struggling with an Eating Disorder During Ramadan
- Ramadan Is Tough for Muslims with Eating Disorders
- Ramadan and eating disorders: fasting for Allah or anorexia?
- This Is What It’s Like To Recover From An Eating Disorder During Ramadan