The revelation of the Qu'ran in Arabic set the scene for a unique and lasting relationship between the language and Islam. It is implicit that anyone professing Islam cannot ignore the role Arabic plays in his faith. Embracing Islam, therefore, entails exposure to, and familiarity with, the Arabic language. Such familiarity is necessitated by the fact that the memorisation and recitation of Quranic verses in their original language is necessary for the performance of the daily rituals.
Islam considers health to be one of the greatest blessings to have been given to human beings by Allah, our Creator. Allah says in the Quran:
"..Eat of the good things which We have provided for you with, and be grateful to Allah.." [Quran Baqra 2:172]
Edited: Study Arabic
It is human nature to be forgetful, as the Arab poet said:
“He is only called man (insaan) because of his forgetfulness (nasiyaan), and it is only called the heart (al-qalb) because it changes so rapidly (yataqallib).”