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Effect of Holy Quran Voice on Mental Health
Monireh Mahjoob • Jalil Nejati • Alireaza Hosseini • Noor Mohammad Bakhshani Publishedonline:14January2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2014
This study was designed to determine the effect of Quran listening without its musical tone (Tartil) on the mental health of personnel in Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, southeast of Iran. The results showed significant differences between the test and control groups in their mean mental health scores after Quran listening (P = 0.037). No significant gender differences in the test group before and after intervention were found (P = 0.806). These results suggest that Quran listening could be recommended by psychologists for improving mental health and achieving greater calm.
This interventional (experimental) study was conducted in Zahedan District as an urban area. It is capital of Sistan–Baluchestan province, located in the southeast of Iran (Fig. 1). Two offices, affiliated with Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, were chosen for this study; province health center, where participants served as the test group, and Zahedan health center, where participants served as the control group.
In total, 81 participants were randomly selected. Before the investigation, participants were questioned about success and unpleasant events in their lives. Participants with traumatic backgrounds were dismissed from the study and replaced. Also participants who suffered from mental illness were excluded. Procedure and Data Analysis The mental health of both the control and test groups was assessed by a standard mental health questionnaire including 12 items…..
According to the results, broadcasting of voice Quran reader through the offices building’s speaker sat the beginning of work time can be suggested for betterment of personnel’s mental health.
his is basic research for promotion of mental health, and more studies are necessary for integration of Quran reading or listening with other medical and psychiatric treatment. Taken together, Quran listening can be recommended by psychologists for improving mental health and achieving greater calm.