Anxiety, depression and mental health issues can be referred to as feelings of sadness, worthlessness, and restlessness that are hazardous enough to impair physical well-being. The lack of awareness among masses about mental health, the stigma attached and lack of access to its treatment are few of the major challenges faced in this field. Until recently, mental health issues were not even regarded as an illness, particularly in the Muslim community. Muslims have a belief that God is the supreme power to bless anyone with health or illness and instead of taking mental issues as serious illness like other physical diseases, Muslims often resort to only praying. Generally, a Muslim will go to a doctor for fever, but for depression, he will pray, which definitely is only partially effective. It has to be combined with medication and meditation, in light of Quran and Sunnah.