Everyone, irrespective of their religion, race, age, or any other differentiator, knows of Ramadan. The ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar is considered one of the holiest months for Muslims.
The month of Ramadan is a very distinct month out of the year as Muslims worldwide abstain from different things to develop self-control, please Allah and help the body heal physically and spiritually. And all of that is done by fasting and following specific Ramadan fasting rules.
Before we jump into the rules of fasting for Muslim in the month of Ramadan, it is essential to understand, especially for those who know of the month about not about it is that Fasting in Ramadan is not just any activity; it is an act of worship which is often and recommended to be accompanied by Salah (Muslim Prayer), reading the Quran, doing charity and more.