Despite the Islamic solutions to coping with and curing mental health problems, social stigma around mental health can cancel such positive effects, considerably decreasing the quality of life for the one fighting a mental health problem.
When we talk about health, too many times we ignore the obvious factors that could be making us unwell – HYGIENE! Cleanliness is a big part of our beautiful faith, so let’s be sure to return to this Sunnah, insha’Allah.
Sickness brings with itself a lot of emotions that are as bad as the disease itself. Medicines can cure the disease with Allah’s SWT permission, but the negative emotions can only be cured by the remembrance of Allah SWT and the love of those taking care of the sick.
One of the most hated sins to Allah is the practice of ribaa (usury / interest). Many Muslims (especially in the West) feel as if they cannot live and acquire things that they need (education, housing, etc.) without accepting or paying riba