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Ṣalāh linguistically means:Invocation, but Ṣalāh, in the context of Islamic Law means:

Worshiping Allah Almighty with specific words and actions; beginning
with saying “Allahu Akbar” and ending with saying “As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum”.
 
Ṣalāh is the second pillar of the five pillars of Islam.

The Prophet ﷺ, said: “Islam is built upon five pillars: Witnessing
that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His servant and
Messenger, and establishing the prayer…


if you feel uncomfortable or worried,go and pray and see what you will feel.

to know more about Salah;http://en.islamkingdom.com/fiqh/Fiqh_al_Ibadat/Salat/The_Status_of_As_alh_and_its_Ruling.aspx

Source; http:islamkingdom //en.islamkingdom.com
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