Harvard University, one of the most prestigious university in the world has declared the Sujood Posture as best medicine to treat back pain.
On Twitter, Harvard Health stated that a posture similar to ‘Sujood’ is beneficial to treat back pain.
According to a study published in International Journal of Science Culture and Sport, most of the body muscles and joints are exercised during Namaz. In the most noteworthy movement of prostration besides the limb muscles, the back and perineum muscles as well are exercised
The study also reveals that, the neck muscles, in particular, are strengthened such that it is uncommon to find a person offering regular Namaz prostrating at least 40 times a day to suffer from cervical spondylosis or myalgias.
Prostration is the only position in which the head is in a position lower than the heart and therefore, receives increased blood supply. This surge in blood supply has a positive effect on memory, concentration, psyche and other cognitive abilities
Earlier in 2020, Harvard University quoted the Quran, the last revelation as believed by the Muslims, and its divine words. The quotation is on display at the entrance of the library for the faculty.
Allah (SWT) chose the Holy Book as His last and final scripture. Undoubtedly, it came from the Creator of this Universe and guides us to walk the right path.
Justice and the law are of utmost importance in Islam and the Holy Quran – the book that is full of the required laws for human beings. Islam does not offer any space for injustice.
Harvard Law School, one of the most prominent law schools in the world, has displayed an ayah from Surah Nisa at the entrance of the Library for the faculty. It says that the Quran is among the greatest expression of justice in history. Harvard Law School is home to the biggest academic library in the world.
Ayah number 135 from Surah/Chapter Nisa (woman) directs human beings to act justly and follow laws. It is one of three significant quotations displayed on the wall facing the main entrance for the faculty. The other two belong to St Augustine and Magna Carta.
The quotations were suggested by the faculties themselves as well as the students of Harvard Law School and from more than 100 entries, this particular Qur’anic verse was chosen.