According to scientific studies, there is a 3-fold increase in the risk of migraine during Ramadan fasting. Migraine can be triggered by stress, hunger, low glucose levels, dehydration, irregular sleeping habits, and acidity. When you observe fasting for more than 12 hours, these problems can arise, leading to another episode of migraine headache. However, if you plan to observe fasting, you must continue to take the prescribed medicine. Caffeine withdrawal can lead to increased migraines. If you regularly take caffeine, it is good to have a strong coffee at Suhoor. Increase the quantity of water during non-fasting hours to avoid dehydration. Make sure that you get enough sleep and reduce the use of smartphones. If the episodes of migraine worsen, consider abandoning the fast.