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Is there any wazaifs I can recite or foods I can eat to increase knowledge and brain power?

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Salaams to all who are going to answer and read this post.

After a tough half year and following my first post. Alhamdulilah I have managed to pick myself up after a lot of struggle.

I have managed to get an apprenticeship after trying so hard to get one. I enjoy working there, but it's tough like how life is. Insha Allah I become qualified in a years time.

Is there anyone who can help me I seem to be struggling with remembering with some basic knowledge and need so help.
As my job involves talking to customers and IT. Sometimes I'll forget to mention certain things to customers or forget to do certain tasks.

Is there any wazaifs I can pray or a foods I can eat which can help to increase my brain power/ knowledge.

I appreciate is anyone can help out.

Jazak Allah


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  1. Assalaamualaikam

    If you feel you're having problems with your memory and with remembering what tasks to do, try out some strategies to help your memory. For example, do you have a to-do list? do you have a "how to" for tasks you need to complete? do you have a framework for what to say in customer service interactions? These things may seem simple but can make a huge difference to your productivity.

    Maybe ask some of your colleagues for advice; you're likely to find that at least some of them have had similar difficulties, so inshAllah they can give you some helpful advice that's specific for your particular work.

    Remember to stay well hydrated and eat a balanced diet - aim for 5 portions of fruit and veg every day, cut down on processed foods, etc. You might want to consider taking a multivitamin as well (check that it's halal!).

    You can make dua in your own words as well as dua from the Qur'an. Have a look through our website's sections on dua and see if any of the dua there feel relevant to you. Avoid wazifa, as this practice does not have its basis in the Qur'an or Sunnah of The Prophet (peace be upon him).

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    • Salaam following this post after a long time I did recite the wazaifs and tried to stay hydrated, eat healthily. But I unfortunately lost my apprenticeship due to confidence levels.

      I didnt understand why I lost it. My college were annoyed with the employer as they felt they got rid off me once they received their funding.

      I have been on a customer service course with the same college through the job centre and even they said theres nothing wrong with me I am very confident.

      I'm still trying to pursue an apprenticeship in IT and don't know what else I can do.

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