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Papoush A A, Afarinesh A, Assi Mozneb A. Nomadicating the Index of Sleep and Wakefulness from the Pyramid Creating and Maintaining the Health of Islamic Islamism. JSSU 2020; 28 (2) :2334-2350
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Introduction: The present study entitled  Nomadicating  of the sleep and wakefulness index from the source of the creating and maintaining of the health of Islamic baring has been done using a qualitative analytical-descriptive research method based on library studies. Unfortunately, the results indicated that despite the precise and expansive attention that the verses and recommendations of the great elites have emphasized on the importance of the well-being of the soul in the creating and maintaining of the health, and the scientific and practical solutions attributed to this, most of this material is neglected. Most people and every day diseases and clinical interventions are at the level of quality and life expectancy of human beings. However, the results of this study suggest that new scientific findings, as needed, should address issues related to sleep and behavior, including forbidden sleep time, places where prohibition of sleeping, proper sleep, sensitive hours, wakefulness, and effects of the mental and psychological state of people from the above mentioned nature in these situations, as well as the rituals before going to bed, waking up and recovering properly from the bed in order to minimize the sudden increase in blood pressure and its links with people's mood, the amount of sleep and the permission or unauthorized sleep during the day, etc. In this research, the answers of many people in this regard were provided.
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Received: 2018/07/19 | Accepted: 2018/12/1 | Published: 2020/06/29

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