While naps may be one of the main sources of energy this month, they should be limited as they could also be causing you to stay up late in the first place, reports Gulf News.

Dr Mohammad Rafique, Head of Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine at Prime Hospital, Dubai, told Gulf News while there is no difference in the duration of sleep required during Ramadan, however, compensating for sleep during the day is necessary for a healthy lifestyle during this month.