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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND MENTAL HEALTH IN STUDENTS OF ALBORZ UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES AND HEALTH SERVICES AND KARAJ ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY IN 92-93

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 Start Page 145 | End Page 152

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 Introduction and Goal: We as a society in transition countries grapple with issues. Including the issues of youth unemployment, the economic, social, cultural and others. The increasing tendency of students to imitate the western culture And the duplication of a part of western culture and identity today emptiness of the west And moral collapse brought and glamor that can be said for our youth no entertainment, sports and leisure programs for their healthy catchy and their needs and the vacuum created in imitation of the vulgar aspects of western culture that quickly spread in our society to our young people away from having ideas is healthy and know the distance of this group of noble and religious values. students based on academic and social issues specific pressure groups are at risk. According to Islamic texts adherence to religious beliefs can be a deterrent lot of mental illness. increased attention to this issue across the world, the importance of religion and represents a return to religion and spirituality. According to the study on health and religion is still in its infancy and MENTAL HEALTH in ensuring the dynamics of this segment of society that is dependent on medical students is important, It seems that the implementation of such researches to improve the level of social and religious knowledge students have an important role.Methods: This cross-sectional study (descriptive - analysis), the population of all students studying medical sciences universities in Tehran and Karaj Islamic Azad form. of the population. According to the study, the sample of 377 randomly selected subjects and to prevent the loss of samples, ten percent was added to the sample (415 people) and of these 404 people filled out the questionnaire responded. Three demographic information, general health and religious beliefs to collect data in order to achieve the objectives of the study were analyzed using descriptive statistics. After data collection, data processing and the purposes of the study using SPSS descriptive statistics (frequency, mean, standard deviation) and inferential statistics (independent t test, Pearson and ANOVA) for analysis the data was used.Results: The results showed that between religious affiliation and sex, age and school year, there is no significant relationship (p>0.05). In the relationship between religious affiliation, various aspects of MENTAL HEALTH and other variables were observed between religious affiliation and gender, the level of anxiety and depression There is a significant relationship. But there is no relationship between the level of somatic symptoms and social functioning subscale there weakly (p<0.05).Conclusion: The results show that the religious affiliation of individuals based on gender can predict a person's sense of anxiety and depression.

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