Benefits of Ablution and Prayer


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Of course, it would be very beneficial to understand the advantages of our religion’s commands and prohibitions in the world. Muslims should not, however, arrange and perform their worship in accordance with worldly advantages just because they “know” about them. The prayers will be disrupted otherwise. Regardless of how beneficial the laws and prohibitions of Islam are on the surface, they must be followed in order to please Allah, receive rewards, and avoid hellfire in the hereafter. When such an intention is formed, there is no harm in taking the good of the world into account.

Denying religion is one of the symptoms of the disease because it ignores the benefits of worship that can be attained in the hereafter and focuses only on social benefits. The signs of that hidden disease emerge in the writings and speeches of religious reformers who distorted religion. Otherwise, the significance of intention in worship is understood by anyone who has even a passing interest in religion or who can think critically. These statements made by religion reformers, which defy common sense and logic, serve as a reminder that they do not actually believe in the afterlife.

These cleanings, which ought to be performed for worship, are very beneficial to our physical well-being. It is excellent for mental health in addition to physical health. The numerous bagpipes that have been located include, among others:

1. Our hands touch almost every surface in our daily lives, including the sidewalk, our homes, and our places of employment, spreading germs everywhere. The best way to avoid skin diseases is to perform water ablution while washing your hands, face, and feet. Through the skin, microbes and some parasitic bacteria enter the body.

2. Our nose essentially protects our respiratory system, and wudu is used to clean the nose. Dusts and microbes are kept out of our bodies in this way.

3. Face washing strengthens the skin, eases fatigue, and lifts the head. activates blood vessels and nerves. Because of this, even as people age, the beauty of their faces remains when they consistently perform wudu.

4- Cases that result in junubism involve strong energy expenditure, an increase in heart and circulation rates, and an increase in respiratory rate. Exhaustion, fatigue, sluggishness, and lethargy are all symptoms of the body’s intense work, and mental activities also lag behind. The body regains its previous vigor after taking ghusl. In terms of preventive medicine, washing the body frequently is crucial.

5- There is typically a balance between the static electricity in our body. This electrical balance has a strong impact on physical health. This equilibrium is upset by demands for a ghusl, as well as by psychological tensions, clothing, weather, living conditions, and workplaces. In cases of rage and anger, this electrical charge can increase up to four times more than usual, and in circumstances requiring ghusl, it can increase up to twelve times. It was discovered from some self-portraits of the outer skin taken with so-called “infrared” rays that the entire body was covered in a thick layer of static electricity following sexual activity. This layer on the skin not only stops the skin from exchanging oxygen, but it also darkens the skin and hastens the aging process. Wash the body thoroughly so that even the needle tip does not remain dry in order to get rid of this. As a result, the water molecules ground the body and restore normal electrical voltage by removing the negative electrical voltage from the skin. In this sense, ghusl is a cleansing that is required for medical reasons.

6- The circulatory system in the body benefits from the use of wudu and ghusl. It stops the veins from hardening and getting smaller. Ablation results in a local arousal. Washing the tonsils and the back of the nose, which are recognized as important centers, stimulates the lymph system. The lymphatic system is impacted by washing the sides and neck. The warrior cells called lymphocytes that circulate in the lymph, which is aided by wudu and ghusl, defend the body from dangers and boost resistance.

7- Tayammum, which is performed with soil when water is not available, greatly reduces static electricity in the body.


Muslims only pray because it is Allah’s will. The commands and prohibitions of our Lord contain a great deal of wisdom. Today, medical experts have identified some of these. No other way of thinking has ever placed as much value on health as Islam does. The most precious and superior form of worship according to Islam is the prayer, which we are required to perform until the end of our lives. Anyone who prays receives the health benefits intended for them as well. Among the advantages of prayer for health are:

1. Because the movements that are ordered during prayer are slow, they do not exhaust the heart and because they are done at various times throughout the day, they keep a person active.

2- A person who regularly lowers his head 80 times a day increases blood flow to the brain. When we move in prayer like this, our brain cells get better. Personality and memory disorders are less prevalent in those who pray because they are fed. They have healthier lifestyles. They don’t have dementia, also known as “senile dementia” in medicine.

3- Because people who pray frequently bend and straighten their heads, their eyes have better blood circulation. As a result, there is no increase in intraocular pressure and the fluid in the front of the eye is constantly changing. It guards against the “cataract” disease.

4- Repeating isometric exercises during prayer will help the food to mix well in the stomach, allowing the bile to flow more easily and preventing any buildup in the gallbladder, as well as facilitating the easier release of pancreatic enzymes. Due to the thorough rinsing of the urinary tract and kidney, it helps to prevent the formation of kidney stones and empty the bladder.

5- By using joints and muscles that aren’t frequently used in daily life, regular movement during the five daily prayers prevents muscle stiffness and joint diseases like arthritis and arthrosis.

6. Cleanliness is crucial for physical well-being. A material and spiritual cleansing is done during wudu and ghusl. The very essence of cleanliness is prayer. Because it’s important to perform mental cleansing in addition to physical cleansing. Wudu and ghusl are used to purify the body. A person who fulfills his or her obligation to worship by praying will also experience spiritual rest and purification.

7. Repeated body movements at specific times are crucial in preventive medicine. The best times to revive breathing and improve blood circulation are known to be during prayer.

8 – Prayer is a significant factor in sleep regulation. In actuality, static electricity, or stagnant electricity, accumulated in the body, and grounding occurs when prostration is done. The body regains its vitality in this way.

It is essential to pray on time, observe the cleanliness prescribed by our religion, refrain from overeating, and make sure the food is halal and clean in order to reap the benefits of prayer.


Muslims who believe in Heaven and Hell do not consider the worldly advantages of religious commands and prohibitions, despite their importance and obviousness. In comparison to eternal bliss and innumerable blessings, as well as severe suffering, never-ending torments, and catastrophes in the Hereafter, the transient pains and pleasures of this world’s life are of no value. The rules and prohibitions of religion deteriorate and change over time because they are based on material and social advantages. The practices of worship and religious law have not changed, though. Technology, science, and religion all undergo constant change, but only until the end of the world.



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