Stomach pain, also known as abdominal pain, can be caused by a variety of factors such as indigestion, gas, inflammation, or infection. While over-the-counter medications can provide temporary relief, many people turn to natural remedies, such as dua (prayers) for relief. In this article, we will discuss a specific dua for stomach pain, known as “Pait Dard Ki Dua.”
What is Pait Dard Ki Dua?
Pait Dard Ki Dua is a specific prayer for relief from stomach pain. It is a supplication that is recited by Muslims to seek relief from various ailments, including stomach pain. The dua can be recited at any time, but it is typically recited after the Fajr (morning) prayer.
How to Perform Pait Dard Ki Dua in Quran?
To perform Pait Dard Ki Dua, one should begin by performing the Wudu (ablution) and then finding a clean and quiet place to sit or stand. The dua can be recited in any language, but it is typically recited in Arabic. The dua goes as
” اللَّهُمَّ رَحْمَتَكَ أَرْجُو فَلَا تَكِلْنِي إِلَى نَفْسِي طَرْفَةَ عَيْنٍ وَأَصْلِحْ لِي شَأْنِي كُلَّهُ لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا أَنْتَ”
The dua can be recited as many times as desired, with the belief that Allah (God) will grant relief from stomach pain.
“O Allah, I hope for Your mercy. Do not leave me to myself for even a blink of an eye and rectify for me all of my affairs. None has the right to be worshipped but You.”
“اے اللہ میں تیری رحمت کی امید رکھتا ہوں، مجھے ایک پلک جھپکنے کے لیے بھی اپنے حال پر نہ چھوڑ اور میرے تمام معاملات کو درست کر دے، تیرے سوا کوئی عبادت کا حقدار نہیں۔”
Tips for Relief from Stomach Pain
In addition to performing Pait Dard Ki Dua, there are several other steps that can be taken to provide relief from stomach pain. These include:
- Eating smaller, more frequent meals
- Avoiding foods that are known to cause indigestion or gas
- Drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated
- Practicing stress-relieving techniques, such as yoga or meditation
- Consuming ginger, peppermint, and fennel which have natural anti-inflammatory properties
Foods to avoid during Stomach Pain
|Fried and fatty foods||Can slow down digestion and increase the risk of indigestion|
|Spicy foods||Can cause stomach irritation and inflammation|
|Caffeine and alcohol||Can cause dehydration and irritate the stomach lining|
|Dairy products||Can be difficult to digest for some people, especially those with lactose intolerance|
In conclusion, Pait Dard Ki Dua is a powerful supplication for relief from stomach pain. In addition to reciting the dua, it is also important to take steps to manage the underlying causes of stomach pain, such as avoiding certain foods and staying hydrated. By following these tips and performing the dua, one can experience relief from stomach pain and improve overall digestive health.