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Journal EntryFeeling stressed? Help is available.
May is Mental Health Month. Learn more about assessing your own mental health and getting help.
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Journal EntryWrite your way to well-being
Learn how writing can help you ward off depression and enhance well-being.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileGet moving to help manage PTSD
Research has found that those with PTSD are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease; for some, exercise might be a great addition to other types of treatment.
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Journal Entry application/x-internet-signupReduce work-related aches and pains
Not only can yoga reduce stress, it can also help to reduce the risk of those annoying aches and pains.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbVirtual reality: game or treatment?
Virtual reality isn’t just for entertainment anymore—its applications include use by the military to treat symptoms of PTSD and other combat-related injuries.
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Journal EntryMeditation has a lasting effect on emotions
Need another reason to meditate? Integrating meditation into your daily routine may benefit how you process your emotions in the long term.
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Journal EntryProgressive Muscle Relaxation—A great total-body skill!
Progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) is a way to relieve the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety—read on to learn how to relax!
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Journal EntryTake a deep breath and relax
All the added stresses of military life can leave your body’s muscles tight and sore. Deep breathing exercises can help release that excess physical tension.
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Journal Entry“Feeling Thermometer” for children
Children often have trouble expressing their feelings in words. The FOCUS program provides a tool to help them communicate how they feel.
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Journal EntryThe results are in: 2011 Health Related Behaviors Survey
The results from the 2011 DoD Health Related Behaviors Survey show that active duty service members excel in many areas with regard to their health, but there is still room for improvement.
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