PHARMACEUTICAL AND NONPHARMACEUTICAL USE OF MUSIC AND AL-QURAN THERAPY IN PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF PANDEMICS (COVID-19): A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Music Theraphy, Al-Quran Therapy, Patients, Covid 19 Pandemic
Pharmaceutical and nonpharmaceutical of Music and al Quran theraphy are capable of are helping humans to meditate or concentrate and free humans from a perplexing life. Through this harmonious characteristic, music and al Quran theraphy touches every particle of existence. Several approaches to music therapy assume that the human body acts as the source of the voice and its organs are the musical instruments. Hence, healing through music uses the frequency or the combination of the voice and music or the musical element, such as harmony, rhythm and melody, to enhance healing. Music therapy and al Quran theraphy are an effective treatment for overcoming stress problems, for example, increasing one’s mood and being accepted by anybody. Healing through sound results from the belief that everything in this world vibrates. Hence, treatment through music uses frequencies or sound that is combined with music or musical elements to enhance healing. The focus is on physiological changes, such as blood pressure, muscle relaxation or the pulse. The effectiveness of sound therapy differs depending on the type, frequency, environment and the level of sound during treatment. Reciting the al-Quran is believed to have unique qualities and effects on the human body. Listening to recitals of the al-Quran has a positive effect and helps someone to reach a rested, calm and also found that the al-Quranic rhythm can reduce the level of depression and be a nonpharmaceutical procedure as well as safe for alleviating anxiety and improving critical signs. The psychoacoustic principles of music found in recitals of the al-Quran function as a kind of relaxing music that has a high impact on reducing pressure, anxiety and depression.