Research

SCIENCE AND SALAT RESEARCH

Salat, one of the prescribed obligations for Muslims, has been said to play a central role in maintaining the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional health. Although its continuous and unique physical activity have been proposed and accepted as the main contributor to this overall feeling of wellbeing; it has never been properly analysed and documented from the perspectives of science and technology.

The primary objective of this research is to study the effects and possible therapeutic benefits of salat movements on various physiological aspects, including body composition, cardiovascular system, low back pain, brain signals, and musculoskeletal activity; among others.

Salat: Benefits from Science Perspective is divided into several chapters, discussing various beneficial and therapeutic aspects based on the analysis of empirical data gained from selected physiological parameters. Apart from the obligatory salat, the book also summarises similar physiological findings on other related Muslim obligations, namely fasting in the month of Ramadan and tarawih prayers.

Current Research

  1. Analysis of brain signals during salat
  2. The Assessing the impact of salat on human muscles
  3. Assessing the effect of moderate physical activities on erectile dysfunction
  4. Assessing the effect of salat movements on female patients with low back pain
  5. A Study of Heart Rate Changes for Different Salat Positions
  6. Modelling of a biosensor for human artery pulse wave detection

Responses

  1. I would like to congratulate the research team for this very critical and inspiring research which I pray and believe will transcend the gamut of knowledge in islam and philosophy, science and humanity.

    all the best.

    • maimuna: Alhamdulillah..Islam is the way of life..


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