Self-care from the Perspective of Islam

Keywords: Health, Islam, Self-care


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Self-care includes acquired, conscious and purposeful actions people take for themselves, their children and family to stay healthy, protect their physical, mental and social health, prevent diseases, manage chronic diseases, and ensure their health after discharge from hospital

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Please cite this article as: Ghanbari Sh, Bahadorimonfared A. Self-care from the Perspective of Islam. Journal of Pizhūhish dar dīn va salāmat. 2020;6(2):1-6.


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