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Muslims in Egypt fast for 14 hours a day during the holy month of Ramadan, only to feel tired and sleepy after Iftar. Sometimes people tend to eat way more than needed during Ramadan, and some might experience fatigue, sleepiness, and even headaches after Iftar. A study, with 16,031 participants, done by the International Headache Society on Postprandial fasting-related headaches during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia concluded that 3,147 (19.6 percent) reported having headaches after breaking their fast in Ramadan. Various…