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J Qual Res Health Sci 2013, 1(4): 332-343 Back to browse issues page
The Health-Oriented Lifestyle in Islamic Culture
Asghar Dalvandi Dr , Sadat Seyed Baghr Maddah Dr, HamidReza Khankeh Dr, Shahriar parvaneh Dr, Fazel Bahrami Dr, Ali Hesam Zadeh Dr, Niusha Dalvandi Miss, Tiam Kiany Miss
University of Social Welfare& Rehabilitation Sciences
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Introduction: Islam has always stressed the importance of health and wellness. For centuries, Muslims have recognized the value of a good, clean, and healthy life. The purpose of this study is to explain the health-oriented lifestyle in the Islamic culture based on opinions, experiences, and perceptions of clergies, teachers, and students. Method: A qualitative research method was conducted in this study by grounded theory approach. Data were gathered through semi-structured interviews with participants. Moreover, the existing resources, such as case studies, life stories, letters, diaries, and press interviews have been used. Results: This study's central variable was deviation from moderation of thought, belief and behavior. Seven main categories were gained by analysis of data. They were: "policy in the health system", "Islamic education"," Islamic movement in people's family centered lives", "work, effort, and money", "ethics and law abiding citizen", "mobility and leisure", "relationships, interaction, and participation". Conclusion: Lifestyle modification, in the process of acquiring healthy communities and social capital, based on religious teachings could be the perfect solution for the problems of a healthy life in the present day. In structural approach, the government should pay attention to such issues like authority of the family, and supporting parents, and spouses, facilitate family functions by systematic problem solving, and empower and strengthen institutions such as the education system and media. It is suggested that educational institutions direct their teachings toward empowering children of this society in order for them to better play their roles in family and social life, and encourage them to use Islamic teachings
Keywords: Health-oriented lifestyle, Islamic culture, Qualitative research
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2012/05/4 | Accepted: 2013/05/28 | Published: 2013/05/28
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Dalvandi A, Maddah S S B, Khankeh H, parvaneh S, Bahrami F, Hesam Zadeh A, et al . The Health-Oriented Lifestyle in Islamic Culture. J Qual Res Health Sci. 2013; 1 (4) :332-343
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