As per Professor Syed Sultan, a senior therapist in Pakistan, “around 34% individuals in Pakistan are experiencing depression and sorrow and the rate is expanding.” There are just 400 specialists for 2 million Pakistanis, making a disturbing circumstance for the Psychiatry divisions introduce in our nation.
Gloom is a state of mind issue that causes a diligent sentiment trouble and loss of intrigue. It influences how you feel, think, carry on and can prompt to an assortment of passionate and physical issues. You may experience difficulty doing ordinary everyday exercises and some of the time, you may feel as though life does not merit living.
Current mental facilities are reliant on the sedating tablets of Valium or different medications in the push to control melancholy, while some different centers favor electrical stun treatment.
Then again, Islam gives us an entire lifestyle and offers the genuine arrangement of each issue. Here, we have the idioms and guidance of Hazrat Ali for those people who are experiencing melancholy and depression.
1. Put Cool Water Over Head
Take a bath with cool water, and especially pour it over the head. Imam Ali says,
“Whoever has grief that he is unable to identify, let him wash his head.”- Bihar al Anwar Vol 76
2. Keep Yourself Clean
Wash your garments and evacuate awful stenches, which implies cleanliness by and large.
“Washing one’s clothes takes away grief and sorrow.”– Bihar al Anwar Vol 76
3. Remember Allah
If grief increases, you should mention there is no power save in Allah.”– Bihar al Anwar Vol 76
4. Eating Grapes
As said in the conventions conveyed by Hazrat Ali, eating grapes discharges a considerable measure of pressures as a top priority.
5. Bring Back To Life
A materialistic approach in life can bring about distress. Disposing of this approach can lessen your wretchedness as it were.
“Loving the worldly life causes grief and sorrow and abstaining from it causes comfort of the heart and the body.”- Bihar al Anwar Vol 76
6. Stop Being Jealous
Do not envy others because “Envy eats faith as fire eats firewood”
“I have not seen an unjust one who is more similar to the wronged than one who envies: continuous panting, upset heart, and endless sorrow.” – Bihar al Anwar Vol 76
7. Be Happy/Satisfied With What You Have
While we are occupied defaming about others, we have a tendency to overlook the various endowments the Almighty has gave to us with. Fulfillment diminishes sadness and discouragement.
Allah, with His wisdom and favor, has made comfort and joy in certainty and satisfaction and made grief and sorrow in suspicion and dissatisfaction” – Bihar al Anwar Vol 76