Ramadan is a holy month for Muslims across the world; it is a time to show devotion to god through fasting. For Muslims suffering from disordered eating, this time of year may be stressful and challenging. Having a socially acceptable (and encouraged) reason to avoid eating may both encourage and disguise symptoms of an eating disorder. This article talks about some of the challenges Muslims with disordered eating face amid Ramadan. If this time of year is difficult for you, know that you are not alone and that there is help! If you are interested in learning about how to take on this challenge, please contact me and we can arrange a free consultation and discuss how to approach this together!