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Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Combat Stress - Stay Active And Support Veterans' Mental Health


For a century we’ve been helping former servicemen and women deal with issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression. Help us to provide support for veterans from every service and conflict to help them tackle the past and take on the future. 

During this challenging time, staying active is vital to maintain a healthy mind and body. One creative way of keeping fit is to take part in the #See10Do10challenge.

Get involved by filming yourself doing 10 push-ups, sharing your video and tagging your friends to pass on the challenge to them. It’s a great way to keep connected – and show your friends what you can do!

Use the #See10Do10challenge hashtag and tag us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @CombatStress so we can share your video. 





Watch Combat Stress president General Sir Peter Wall demonstrate the #See10Do10Challenge.