Full list of Health results
Managing police stress to strengthen relationships at home–
Officers must accept that stress is taking a toll on their lives so they can take steps to mediate and reduce the adverse effects it has on them and their families
5 intense obstacle courses for off-duty training–
Off-duty fitness training is essential for on-duty success. These events are some of the best.
How much does inadequate sleep affect you?–
A recent study shows most LEOs are working over 1,000 hours of overtime each year. What are the effects of fatigue, both on and off the job?
Infographic: 9 symptoms and solutions for overexertion in police officers–
Overexertion is a major issue for police officers – refer to this infographic to identify these serious warning signs.
6 ways to beat burnout in a police officer–
Teaching yourself to recognize and manage burnout is imperative to the overall happiness and stability in your job and life — teaching others in law enforcement is key to the success of the profession
Making time for 'patrol ready' physical fitness–
We police officers generally have to work out on our own time, and I see that as being just one more hour added to our shift
2013 in Review: Keeping our cynical side at bay at year's end–
Here are a few suggestions for staying optimistic during the often-difficult season of “happy” holidays and New Year’s resolutions
How to care for the warrior within–
Many fail to recognize the wisdom of the ancient warrior cultures —we must maintain ourselves as warriors by attending to our emotional and mental health