Dr. Taha Baasher, a Sudanese psychiatrist writes this in "World History of Psychiatry:"
"Obviously the whole Koran is endowed with sacred blessing (baraka), but there are certain passages or chapters which are more concerned with healing holiness. The passage in the first chapter which states "to thee we worship and into ye we take refuge" is of central importance in incantation and treatment in general, because of its particular submission to God. References are also to the prophet's consideration of the emotional side of treatment. Muslims were urged to relieve patients of their emotional tensions when visiting them."(1975, p.555).
~ Excerpted from "World History of Psychiatry" edited by John G. Howells