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How to deal with

In the conditions of military operations, our body works at maximum capacity. Stress hormones, whose task is to mobilize the body in a critical situation, also have their "expiration date". You can observe strong mood swings from anxiety, anger, a surge of optimism to complete devastation and exhaustion. It is important to realize that these are absolutely natural states that replace each other over time. Each of them can and should be worked with.

The main signs of fatigue


feeling of exhaustion,

inability to perform normal functions

inattention and

deterioration of concentration

memory deterioration

slowing down of thinking processes, reduction of depth and criticality of thinking

decreased interest in work

increased irritability


sleep disturbance

permanent drowsiness

increased blood pressure and pulse rate


loss of appetite

emotional devastation

Methods to combat fatigue:


Full sleep, which, according to the Ministry of Health, should be at least 7 hours a day for adults, 8-10 hours for children and adolescents.

Limit information noise. Refuse to constantly update the news feed, read them on schedule, for example, for 15 minutes in the morning, at lunch and in the evening. Trust only trusted sources of information.

Eat regular meals.

Regular physical activity. Any regular physical activity, even walking in place or stretching, will give you vigor.

A walk in the fresh air will be better than an indoor workout.

As much as possible, maintain your usual routine, habits, and personal hygiene.

Change of activity. Try to rationally distribute the time of work and rest, physical and mental work.

Setting priorities. Realize that no one can do everything, so identify 3-5 main tasks for yourself per day and allow yourself not to do anything else.

Good relationships with people who are close to you: family, work team, volunteer community or military colleagues.

Keep in touch, call or write regularly to your family and friends.

Physical contact. Breathe together, hold each other’s hand. Hug your loved ones.

Optimism and sense of humor. Joke, humor always supports, even in tough life circumstances.

Remember that staying alive and healthy is already a lot.

Do not set dates for the end of the war. We all want it to end, but if your predictions do not come true, it will be very difficult for you emotionally and you will feel hopeless.

Remember what is dear and important to you, remember what is the meaning of your life. Make plans for the future, determine what is most important for you to do when peace comes.

Professional help. Seek support from professional psychologists (contacts are attached below). If you do not have the opportunity to contact a professional – ask your relatives and friends for help.