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How to Stay Active in Case of an Emergency

Being in a war zone is a traumatic experience. Both civilians and soldiers must be prepared to act in the event of an emergency or enemy attack.

5 months ago

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Being in a war zone is a traumatic experience. Both civilians and soldiers must be prepared to act in the event of an emergency or enemy attack.

For this reason it is recommended to stay active, that is to say, perform certain exercises daily. In this way, your body and mind will be prepared to react to any dangerous situation.

If you exercise, you will have greater resistance if you have to fight another person to defend yourself. It will also be easier to run away from danger in search of better shelter.

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On the other hand, one of the benefits of doing some physical activity is that it improves the health of your mind. The healthier you are, the better decisions you can make. This, although it seems very simple, can be the difference between life and death.

What exercises can you do?

It is not necessary to have strict training since your goal is not to gain muscle mass. You should do simple exercises like push-ups, squats, jump rope, etc.

These exercises are quite simple but offer good results. In general, doing three or four repetitions of each exercise will help you maintain your fitness and give you more energy. On the other hand, you do not need any equipment to perform these exercises.

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Meditation is also important!

War can cause a great deal of mental illness, both in civilians and soldiers. For this reason it is recommended to perform breathing exercises during the day.

These exercises, along with meditation, will help reduce the anxiety caused by being in a danger zone. 10 minutes a day will be enough to get good results.

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Published 5 months ago