Islam and Health Guidelines

The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician.
Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind.

Health an Islamic Perspective
Nobody would disagree that health is one of God’s greatest blessings; in Islam it is the greatest blessing after that of faith, for the Prophet (pbuh) said, “After faith, no one was given anything better than well-being”.
Therapy by Foods or Drugs?
The ancients difffered in their appraisal of the comparative values of foods and drugs in the preservationofhealth and the cure of disease.
Health Protection in Islam
Euthanasia is Greek for good death which translates into English as easy death or mercy killing. It was accepted by the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Social health in the Arab city
It is not enough today to depend on individuals’ efforts to improve their own social health in a way that is compatible with Muslim jurisprudence. Professionals have to continue to advertise for it-an issue that was well-recognized in medieval Arab cities.
Water and Sanitation in Islam
Every day, the body excretes two to three litres of water: 1.4 litres through the kidneys, about 0.8 of a litre through the skin, 0.8 of a litre through the lungs and a very small amount through the intestines.
According to the Islamic perspective every phenomenon in life has an immediate cause, sabab that humans can search for and find. However behind all these causes is the power and majesty of Allah who alone is the source of all causes, musabbib al asbaab.
fit as a fiddle Healthy, very fit, in good physical condition. There are several possible derivations of this expression, one of which holds that a properly tuned.
Concept of hadath: Hadath (excreta) abrogates/nullifies wudhu (MB#138). A Muslim must be in a state of ablution, wudhu, all the time. Hadath is of three types: flatus, riih al dubr, (MB#110), stool, ghait or buraaz (BG#66), and urine, bawl.
Historical Roots of the Nursing Profession in Islam
The first professional nurse in the history of Islam is a woman named, Rufaidah bint Sa’ad, from the Bani Aslam tribe in Medina.[2] She lived at the time of Muhammed and was among the first people in Medina to accept Islam.
The Quran and the Environment
According to scientists and philosophers man is considered as the major factor in disturbing the natural balance of the universe. Man interferes intentionally or unintentionally in the earth’s ecosystems by impairing its perfect order and precise sequence.
Be Happy, Be Healthy… Be Altruistic
“Help ye one another in righteousness and piety, but help ye not one another in sin and rancor (Qur’an, 5:3).” Kindness is a teaching of most of the world’s religions – from Buddhism to Judaism and from Christianity to Islam.
The Preventive and Healing Wonders of Ablution
“Nor does he say (aught) of (his own) Desire. It is no less than inspiration sent down to him” (Chapter 53, Verse 3 & 4).