The habits of Prophet Muhammad PBUH have many benefits and science and medicine have proven this through years of research. Here are these 9 habits;
Waking up early is one of the most important aspects of Prophet Muhammad’s life. He slept early and got up early every day with the Adhan (Adoration) of Fajr. It’s been scientifically proven that being an early riser leads to better productivity and improved mental health.
Getting up early can be difficult, but with a few simple steps, such as waking up 15 minutes early, you can start to improve your quality of life.
The concept of eating less is based on the idea that eating less can help prevent illness and disease. This idea was first promoted by Prophet Muhammad and is now strongly supported by science. Eating less is very similar to the Japanese concept of eating until you are 80% full. The idea of eating less for your breath is based on the Islamic concept of eating one-third for food, one-third for liquids, and one-third for your breath.
The Prophet said, “Let us eat together and let us eat together not alone. For the blessing of the company is with us.” (ibn Majah) Today, eating together and enjoying food together has been shown to lower stress levels and promote healthy eating habits in families and children.
Muhammad PBUH used to eat slowly because it took 20 minutes for the brain to tell the stomach that it was full. Eating slowly helps digestion. Today, Science highly recommends eating slowly.
This is how Prophet Muhammad drank water (peace be on him). Nowadays, scientific evidence shows that excessive consumption of water can lead to headaches, electrolyte imbalance in the blood, and even dizziness. Consuming water in small amounts can help you get the most out of the fluid.
It is believed that pomegranates were the favorite fruit of the Prophet. Today, modern science has shown that pomegranate is one of the most nutritious foods on earth. It contains manganese which aids in the growth of bone during the metabolic process. It also contains potassium which helps in the proper functioning of cells and keeps fluid levels in balance. It is also rich in flavonoids, which are antioxidants that help protect your heart from heart disease.
Recent research has shown that not only the food we eat but also our eating times and eating habits have a major influence on our overall health.
More and more research is showing that not only the food we eat but also our eating times and eating habits have a huge impact on our overall health. The practice of fasting was a regular part of Muhammad’s (PBUH’s) life, not only during Ramadan but also every Monday and Thursday until Maghrib, as well as on the 13, 14, and 15 of each month. This is similar to the practice of intermittent fasting. Studies have shown that fasting can help balance hormone levels and reduce oxidative stress and inflammation. The less food you put in your body, the less it concentrates on digestion and the more it can heal itself from certain ailments!
Dates are one of the best foods to eat after fasting. They help to regulate blood sugar levels, balance blood electrolytes, and stimulate the digestive system to prepare food. According to Prophet Muhammad, A family that eats dates will not go hungry. Dates have also been shown to increase the production of oxytocin in the body and hasten the labor process.
To fulfill three out of the five pillars of Islam, Muslims need to stay active and healthy. Prayer is a form of physical activity that involves the movement of the muscles and joints of the body. Good health is also essential if you plan to fast or perform Hajj.
The Prophet said, “O God, bless my nation in the early morning hours.”He also urged his followers to work, to be energetic, and to start their day early, all of which are conditions for a strong body. He also said, “Obesity or an inadequate diet, or laziness and weakness” are all problems that we will be held accountable for. Although preventing sickness or injury is often beyond our control, many conditions are brought on or exacerbated by our lack of diet and fitness. He said, “Any action without the memory of God is either a diversion or a heedlessness”, excepting four acts: Walking from target to target [during archery practice]. Training a horse. Playing with one’s family. Learning to swim.(At-Tabarani)
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