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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 EntryLeveraging mindfulness as a performance-optimization tool
Practicing mindfulness can improve performance by reducing stress and increasing well-being.
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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 Entry application/x-troff-msNamaste: Using yoga to manage PTSD and TBI symptoms
Wounded warriors are using yoga as a way to manage stress and other symptoms involved with PTSD and TBI.
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Journal EntryBreak down your problems, not yourself
When problems seem larger than life, try breaking them down in sections to tackle one at a time.
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Journal EntryManaging family stress
Stress can create a ripple effect in families; learning ways to effectively manage your stress can have numerous benefits.
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Journal EntrySleep loss can affect how you manage stress
Not getting enough sleep impacts key factors in your ability to manage stress.
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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 EntryDon’t worry—write your stress away
Instead of worrying, try writing down your concerns to reduce your stress.
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