Psychiatrist Martin Jones of Howard University, studying the relationship between faith and healing, says: “To fully explain how the positive effect of spirituality on health is not so important. Likewise, we do not understand the mechanism of action of many drugs. But we know, looking at the cause and effect that they work. Similarly, we can see the effects of personal spiritual consciousness on the final result, so why not use it? It’s like a placebo effect. Why does he have the effect? Belief. It’s a very powerful force. “


However, understandably, even doctors who involve “spirituality” in their medical handbags allow the use of faith only as a supplement to medical care and only if the patient is open to talking about their beliefs.

Despite the still-present debates on the application of meditation to deeply thoughtful prayers for the purpose of calming thought, there is evidence in the expert literature that stress is detrimental to the immune, defense system in the body.

Hundreds of research studies prove the link between faith, devotion, and health. We will only mention some of the results that have been made in these researchers. Elderly persons who considered themselves religious had fewer health problems and functioned more physically than non-eloquent persons. The subjects who regularly prayed had 70 percent less chance of being affected by a cardiac coronary disease. Also, those who considered religion very important and who regularly went to church were much less likely to have high blood pressure, and less frequently were they suffering from depression and anxiety. Numerous studies have shown that repetition of prayer and meditation can reduce psychological stress, elevated blood pressure, slow heart rate and breathing, and increase the immune, defense power of the organism.