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Official Twitter page of the Navy Operational Stress Control Program. Following, listing and RTs ≠ endorsement.
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NavyNavStress 2h
Feeling more stressed than usual? The Outreach Center is here for you: ☎️ 1-844-357-PEER or visit
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NavyNavStress 11h
That first official Friday of summer feeling.
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NavyNavStress Jun 21
Looking for a pose to try this ? Try Boat Pose: Sit on the floor with legs straight in front of you. Inhale, lean back slightly & lift your legs about 45 degrees off of the floor. Keep your chest & chin lifted. Reach arms in front of you parallel to floor.
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NavyNavStress Jun 21
Take 5 to know 5. Learn 5 risk factors or warning signs for suicide. Knowing them can enable you to ACT quickly to save a shipmate's life when every moment counts.
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NavyNavStress Jun 21
Trying to make a new house feel like home? Volunteering can help you feel like a part of your new community.
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NavyNavStress Jun 20
Learn what this vet is doing to advance the conversation on lethal means safety:
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NavyNavStress Jun 20
Have you read this month's issue of Lifelink? The June issue features a spotlight on & aboard LHD 7 who learned how to assist fellow service members through the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) course:
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NavyNavStress Jun 19
starts with leading by example. Be mindful of your mental and physical health every day, and ask your shipmates how they are doing.
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NavyNavStress Jun 18
Learn how to manage your pain without the risk of prescription pain medication misuse or addiction in our newest blog:
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NavyNavStress Jun 17
Practicing self-care should be done 365 days a year. Revamp your routine this summer by using 5-10 minutes every day to clean up the part of your home where you spend the most time. This can help reduce stress & help you feel comfortable in your own space.
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NavyNavStress Jun 16
Lending an active ear can go a long way.
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NavyNavStress Jun 15
Noticed a change in behavior? ! Reach out, offer hope & connect them with people that can help: 1-800-273-8255, press 1 or text 838255
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NavyNavStress Jun 15
Feeling more stressed than usual? The Outreach Center is here for you: ☎️ 1-844-357-PEER or visit
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NavyNavStress Jun 15
Help Them Connect. Help your friend connect to support systems - whether it's the Military Crisis Line, , family, friends, a Navy chaplain, a spouse, co-workers or therapists - so they have a network to reach out to for help.
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NavyNavStress Jun 14
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NavyNavStress Jun 13
This , take a moment to understand the different responses to traumatic :
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NavyNavStress Jun 13
This , take some time to build mental fitness. For resources on discussing stress & , visit:
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NavyNavStress Jun 13
. If your shipmate is thinking about suicide, listen to their reasons for feeling hopeless and in pain. Listen with compassion and empathy and without dismissing or judging.
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NavyNavStress Jun 12
SAIL supplements treatment via continual contact through the first 90 days after a SRB. Learn more:
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CDC Injury Center Jun 11
A3. Suicide is more than a mental health condition. Other factors often contribute to suicide, like relationship problems, substance use disorders, physical health problems, and job, money, legal, or housing stress.
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