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Effects of Islamic Life Style on Mental Health of Family from the Perspective of Islamic Verses and Narrations
H.R. Sohrabi *, F. Askari Tayebi
“Health Research Center for Social Affiliated Health” and “Islamic Education Department, Medicine Faculty”, Yasuj University of Medical Sciences , dr.sohrabi1393@gmail.com
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Introduction: In Islamic verses and narrations, there are many examples of life style that cover almost all aspects of human life. Considering that the higher objective of the Islamic society is to try to achieve Islamic civilization and that the formation of Islamic civilization is a prevalence of Islamic lifestyle, this study was conducted with the aim of investigating the effects of Islamic life style on mental health of family from the perspective of Islamic verses and narrations. This descriptive-analytical research was conducted with a library and documentary method along with the study of the Holy Quran and the narrations of Imams (PBUH). The verses and narrations about life style were extracted and categorized in the areas of mental health in individual and social fields and, ultimately, adapted to scientific instructions in the field of mental health.
Conclusion: Life style based on religion can be considered one of the main factors in the prediction and promotion of mental health. Religion can have an effective role in the psychological well-being of the individual and society with various mechanisms such as existence of hope, motivation, positivism in life, creation of a social and emotional support network, giving a clear and decisive answer to the concept of creation, the world, and life, the delightful explanation and definition of suffering, pain, and deprivation, as well as by giving meaning of human life and its salvation from emptiness, and on the other hand, by changing the cognition of man from death and the proper satisfaction of the motivation of survival, and by providing the concept of reward and compensation of difficulties.
Keywords: Life Style, Islam, Mental Health, Family
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2018/09/13 | Accepted: 2019/01/5 | Published: 2019/03/19
* Corresponding Author Address: Islamic Education Department, Medicine Faculty, Yasuj University of Medical Sciences. Postal Code: 7591994799
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Sohrabi H, Askari Tayebi F. Effects of Islamic Life Style on Mental Health of Family from the Perspective of Islamic Verses and Narrations. Islamic Life Style. 2018; 3 (1) :43-51
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