The Impact of Quran Memorization on Psychological and Health Well-Being

    Ismarulyusda Ishak ,Santibuana Abd Rahman ,Farah Wahida Ibrahim ,Norfathin Mohd. Khair ,Nor Malia Abd Warif ,Dzalani Harun ,Ahmad Rohi Ghazali ,Faisal Ariffin ,Normah Che Din ,Sabri Mohamad ,Khairul Anwar Mastor ,Muhammad Hafiz Mohd Haneefa ,Samhani Ismail
    Keywords: Quran memorization, Intelligence quotient, Quality of life, Serotonin, Cortisol. ,

    Abstract

    Abstract
    It is a spiritual and religious activity, memorising of the Quran, which has a positive effect on both mental
    and physical health. There are, however, a dearth of scientific research linking Quran memorising to
    improved human health. In other words, the study's goal is to find out whether kids in a chosen group of
    Selangor secondary schools in Malaysia benefit psychologically and physically by learning the Quran.
    This includes IQ, QoL, and hormone levels. A cross-sectional study of 159 Quran memorization students
    from five Selangor schools was performed. Measures of QoL and IQ, including the Short Form Health
    Survey (SF-36) and the Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence Second Edition (WAS II), were carried
    out. A number of IQ tests were administered to determine verbal comprehension, perception, and fullscale intelligence. The levels of serotonin and cortisol in the patient's blood were also measured. FSIQ
    scores ranged from 104.00 to 14.58, with significant differences (p0.05) seen for the physical QoL
    component, serotonin level, VCI and PRI, and FSIQ scores based on Quran memorising proficiency. The
    amount of Quran memorising and VCI had a modest association (r= 0.356, p0.05). Finally, the results of
    this research indicate that memorising of the Quran improves IQ, QoL, and serotonin levels. People who
    memorise Quran are more likely to be in good physical health, according to the findings of this research

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