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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meHow physiologic stress-management training can help your relationships at home
The skills that allow one to calm the body’s physiologic response to stress can also be applied to other areas—most notably, in one’s relationships.
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Journal EntrySmartphone apps to help with stress and relaxation
The National Center for Telehealth and Technology offers expanded mobile apps to help users control stress and monitor PTSD symptoms from their smartphones.
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Journal EntryListen your way to relaxation
Learn to “Relax Relax” with a toolkit of audio files from NMCPHC.
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Journal EntryOne tobacco myth up in smoke
Tobacco use doesn’t live up to its reputation among U.S. military personnel for relieving stress.
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Journal EntryMeditation and TBI
Traumatic Brain Injury has both physical and mental aspects, and mindfulness practices such as meditation may help, but the jury is still out.
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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.<br />
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Journal EntryStress: Learn to deal with it together
When dealing with stress, manage the source of the stress as well as the stressful feelings.
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Journal EntryStress hurts Warfighter performance
Stress really does affect performance. But when you pair stress with mental health concerns, performance can take an even bigger hit.
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