Effect mercy verses of Quran voice on the level of anxiety in Zabol University of medical sciences� students before the exam

Ramazani, Abbas Ali and Hedayati, Seyyed Pouria and Abbaspour, Ozr (2014) Effect mercy verses of Quran voice on the level of anxiety in Zabol University of medical sciences� students before the exam. Journal of Religion and Health, 2 (1). pp. 24-30.

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    Background and Purpose: Agitation is a normal reaction to stress that have a behavioral, physically and intellectual components. It converts to a problem when it becomes to an unrealistic answer or continues unreasonably. According to the religious teachings of Islam, spiritual relationship with God results into heart' tranquility and prevents agitation. This study was designed to determine the effect of the voice of Quran' verses of benevolence on the student' agitation.     Materials and Methods: This research was quasi experimental study statistical community of this research is all students of Zabol University of medical sciences in 2012. The data amassment instruments include demographic questionnaire and the Spilburges anxiety questionnaire. The collected data was analyzed using SPSS software and descriptive statistics and analytical and T-test, mannwhitney u, X2, ANOVA and p≤0.05 has been given significant level.     Results: results showed the anxiety mean were 46/706 ± 12/744 before the intervention and this rate decreased after the intervention to 38/900±11/621. Comparison of anxiety before and after intervention showed significant statistic difference (p≤0.05) and comparison of changes in anxiety of the people of the study before and after intervention based on variants of location, gender and educational degree did not show any significant differences (p≥0.05).     Conclusion: According to the research results, since the rhythmic tone of the Quran and its heartily voice enjoys a pleasant spiritual music, so it can be used as a non- drug therapy to reduce anxiety before student' test.      Received: 6 February 2014             Revised: 6 July 2014                  Accepted: 21 September 2014     J Religion & Health 2014 2(1) :….( Persian) 

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Uncontrolled Keywords: anxiety, Quran recitation, students, test
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Date Deposited: 04 Jan 2018 15:12
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2018 15:12
URI: http://eprints.mazums.ac.ir/id/eprint/1729

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