Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Islam
‘Verily in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest’ [Quran 13:28]
The NHS recommends five ways to help improve your mental health and wellbeing. These are also things which are encouraged in Islamic teachings.
The Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Islam have been designed in collaboration with members of London’s Muslim communities, NEL CCG and Newham Council.
This guide explains how you can offer support to Muslim family, friends and colleagues that are experiencing grief.
There can be misconceptions about mental health. We have fact checked four common misconceptions about mental health that may be held by Muslims.
If you would like to print our leaflet please click on the link below & refer to our instructions :
- Make sure your printer is set to A4.
- Make sure that the 'Print on both sides of the paper' option is checked - this will ensure you can fold the pages together to create your own booklet.
- Finally, click the 'Flip on short edge' button to ensure that the pages print the right way round.
- This guide can be printed in black & white, but full colour is recommended.
Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Islam printable leaflet
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Good Thinking has also worked with London’s Muslim communities to create a series of videos:
Councillor Zulfiqar Ali, Cabinet Lead for Health & Adult Social Care, talks about the importance of finding support
Zara Mohammed, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, on the five ways to wellbeing & Islam
Imam Yunus Dudhwala, Head of Chaplaincy to Barts Health NHS Trust, on connecting with Allah and with people
Zuzana Khan, Lead Practice Nurse at Vicarage Lane Health Centre, on being physically active
Remona Aly, Broadcaster and Journalist, on learning something new every day.
Dr Shahzada Khan, GP and Diabetes Clinical Lead for NHS Newham CCG, on giving to others.
Imam Hassan Abdullahi, NHS chaplain at UCLH, on paying attention to the present moment.