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Surahs & Verse from the Holy Quran for Stress, Depression & Anxiety

Narrated by: Muhammad Ibnu Adam
Length: 5 hrs and 24 mins
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Our success in this life depends on our sincere efforts to the best of our abilities. It is the mercy of Allah that he does not demand results, Alhamdu lillah. He is happy if he finds us making our best sincere effort. Thank you, Allah!

Life is never a bed of roses. We suffer from heartbreak, pain, and calamity, any of which might drive us to depression. However, at times, depression can just be there for no specific reason at all, and when this happens, it is imperative we seek help for it. 

Allah SWT, the creator of universe, has revealed the Noble Quran as a guide for mankind till the end of time, giving us a guide to help us through depression. Some surahs of the Quran are valuable listening during depression and anxiety, as their meanings and messages can help alleviate depression, inshaa Allah.

©2018 Muhammad Vandestra (P)2018 Muhammad Vandestra

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-03-2019

Verses read and recited only- no tafsir or exposition!

This was extremely disappointing and misleading. There is no tafsir, taweel, reflection, or even explanation what is the link between the verses, stress,depression, or anxiety. It’s literally Quran recitation and translation. The title is very misleading as is “imam Muslim” and “Ibn Sina” listed as co-authors. This is intellectually lazy at best. Shame on the publisher and Audible for not being more transparent. Authors need to be more accountable for their claims.