5 Day Experience: Mindfulness tips for First Responders
Do you find yourself avoiding daily activities or are you too stressed to take care of yourself?
Did you know that it is estimated that 25 to 30 percent of First Responders have stressed-based physical health problems such as high blood pressure, heart ailments, circulatory disorders, digestive issues and other ailments.
There are proven ways to deal with stress and protect our bodies.
Here are a few tips to get you started.
Mindfulness for First Responders
Learn to finally release the job stress and find peace no matter what happens during your day.
Easy Spanish for First Responders
As a First Responder, you are responding to different calls on a daily basis. It makes it extra challenging when there's a language barrier. Trust me, I understand and that is why I've developed an easy to follow program with the essentials.
Each video lesson will have an English / Spanish word or phrase with a pronunciation key, underneath to help you with pronunciation.
More About Antonia Gonzalez
I have been a Law Enforcement Officer for 24 years. I decided to start talking about how stress affects First Responders after my own experience with it. There is no shame in talking about it. There is no shame in asking for help. I am a wellness coach with a Bachelor's degree in Health and Wellness.
I am happy to share with you all of the tips that have worked for me and the numerous resources available to us all.
I want to remind you to do something daily to relieve your stress. You don't have to wait for a day off to do this. You can do it daily.
That's what I am excited about sharing is the easy ways to do them, and how you can take them with you.
This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to you to educate you about stress, mindfulness tools, and as a self-help tool for your own use. It is not therapy or a medical consultation. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment. For my full Disclaimer, please go to www.itsmetoni.com.
There is no shame in wanting to speak to someone about how you feel. I am sharing a few resources here with you. For more information please visit those sites.
COPLINE 1(800) COPLINE. Copline.org
COP2COP 1(866) 267-2267 https://njcop2cop.com