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Official Twitter page of the Navy Operational Stress Control Program. Following, listing and RTs ≠ endorsement.
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NavyNavStress 10h
Enjoy your ! Noticed a change in behavior from your shipmate? ! 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 17h
Don't let a $20 bar tab turn into a million dollars-worth of financial stress.
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NavyNavStress 20h
It can feel like there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done and get enough sleep during the holidays. Boost your energy by establishing a mindful morning routine to put yourself in the right mindset for productivity.
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NavyNavStress 22h
Join & Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Russell Smith on the Facebook page for a Facebook Live all hands call today at 12:45 p.m. (EST). Remember to post your questions for our leaders in the comment section!
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NavyNavStress Dec 13
Did you know that 90% of serotonin receptors are located in your gut? Food choices not only impact our physical health but also our mental health and mood. So, choose good food for an improved mood 🙂.
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NMCPHC Dec 12
Are you into labels? Nutrition labels are a great tool to use to find out exactly what you are putting into your body! So the next time you shop off the shelf, check out the label!
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NavyNavStress Dec 13
Don't let your fitness fall by the wayside this holiday season. Here are some quick tips to help your prioritize a fun fitness routine and maintain healthy stress levels:
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NavyNavStress Dec 12
Feeling short on time and peace of mind? Call a timeout. Slow down, find meaning and rediscover perspective. A time out can be a walk, journaling, star-gazing or simply giving yourself space to gather your thoughts for a few moments.
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NavyNavStress Dec 12
The holiday season can have different meanings for each of us. Take a moment to strengthen your spiritual fitness, whether that be through breaks for mindfulness, embracing the outdoors or sharing questions with others to help you gain a new perspective.
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NavyNavStress Dec 11
Stress and spend less on last minute gifts with these 3 steps: Step 1: Check your gift list twice & prioritize Step 2: Determine how much of your holiday funds are still available Step 3: Let the giving begin and get creative
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NavyNavStress Dec 11
Rather than stressing on last-minute spending, take a deep breath and reconnect with the reason for the season. Make your gifts or give the gift of presence by spending some quality time with a few of the people left on your list.
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NavyNavStress Dec 10
Sometimes it can feel that you must please everyone in your life, even to your own detriment – especially during the season of giving. Check out how to practice some self-care this season by setting healthy boundaries:
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NavyNavStress Dec 9
Who's the person who has your back? Who leans on your for support? Check-in with them and for the holidays.
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NavyNavStress Dec 7
Enjoy your ! Noticed a change in behavior from your shipmate? ! 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 Dec 7
Family rituals are powerful organizers of family life that offer stability during times of stress and transition. What strategies do you and your family use to navigate military lifestyle challenges and demands?
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NavyNavStress Dec 7
Just because a tradition has been part of your family's holiday season for years doesn't mean you can't add a new spin to keep it going. If you're going to be separated from those you enjoy your holidays with, take time to discuss fun ways to adapt traditions.
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NavyNavStress Dec 7
"A date which will live in infamy..." Join us in saluting those who gave all and honoring those who served at Pearl Harbor.
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NavyNavStress Dec 6
Boost your spiritual resilience by taking a minute to pause to think about what you're doing and how it fits within the season's meaning.
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Real Warriors Dec 6
Deploying soon? Use these checklists keep you & your mission ready:
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NavyNavStress Dec 6
Spirituality can help you cope with stress by connecting you to something bigger than yourself, and it comes in all shapes and sizes.
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