Positive Effects Of Reading Holy Quran On Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, And Stress Levels

According to scientific studies, there are positive effects of reciting Quran on Psychology, Heart rate, and the Blood Pressure. There is very little research done on the effects of the Holy Quran on the human body. Muslims can protect themselves from the psychological diseases through Reading Quran Online.

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Although there are some statistical changes in the temperature of body and the respiratory rate, but these changes are not that significant to support positive effects of physical well beings and prayers. It is also stated that “there are some significant and positive physiological changes that the prayer has on physiology.”

According to the research, it was found that blood pressure, heart rate, and the perceived levels of stress were measured both before and after reading the Surahs of Holy Quran. The blood pressure, heart rate, and perceived levels of stress were decreased after reading the Surah Al Rahman and Surah Alam Nashrah from the Holy Quran.

According to the research conducted, it was found that Muslims who read Holy Quran and Arabic can protect themselves from the psychological diseases.

In another research carried out on ten Muslim students. It guides and educates the reader to live a healthy and good life. It increases the faith of a person and relaxes them as well. This also has an effect on the psychology of the Muslim students. There are some other physiological and psychological effects of reading the Holy Quran on the person, as it lowers the perceived stress levels and blood pressure of a person.

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