A healthy warrior project

Imagine the situation: a seriously wounded person, as if not noticing his condition, tries to behave as always. She walks through the streets, goes in transport, communicates with people and makes purchases – and the wound continues to ache. The wounded is bad, and if he does not help, he will just die. But instead of running to a doctor, he tries to get used to his position, to suppress pain or adapt to him.

Millions of Ukrainians, especially military, live with such “wounds”. Only the wounded is a person who has passed the war, and the wound is a post -traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This condition occurs in people who have encountered something terrible, dangerous, terrible; with extremely negative experience that threatened their life. Of course, it is about war.

Every third serviceman returns from the war with hidden mental injuries. They urgently need our help!

Post -traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Ukraine has been widely learned after the war on the war since 2014. The victims in the war zone needed not only physical rehabilitation, but also professional psychological assistance. Although the PTSR is most often talked about in the context of the military – in different years the disorder was called “projectile shock” and “military neurosis” – can suffer from him as a civilian population in the war zone and people who are quite far from the war.

This mental disorder is manifested in the fact that a person is experiencing an injury event again and again, very bright – as if it is happening right now. In this case, a person experiences strong emotions (including fear) and physical reactions that resemble experiences directly during an injury event. It can happen in a dream – a person dreams of nightmares.

The main symptoms of PTSD are:

  • a constant feeling of anxiety;
  •  memories that are difficult to forget;
  • memory disorders;
  • sleep disorders;
  • complete apathy, unwillingness to live;
  • aggressive behavior;
  • complexity with the manifestation of emotions;
  • lack of any pleasure from life;
  • social alienation.

For over 15 years, the David Lynch Foundation has been assisting PTSD veterans by introducing a “healthy warrior”.

The project was created on the basis of training transcendental meditation of all servicemen and veterans who need help.

Easy to master and a pleasant practice of TM technology has already changed the lives of millions of people around the world. More than 340 reviewed scientific works and $ 26 million in grant funds from national health institutions have proven the efficiency of TM equipment.

Results of TM Influent Studies indicate:

  • 45% reduction of PTSD symptoms;
  • 50% reduction of depression;
  • 35% reduction of sleep disorders;
  • 30% improvement in terms of quality of life;
  • a significant reduction in the use of drugs and alcohol.

Our Ukrainian military also need help! Therefore, our goal is to promote this project in Ukraine and to help our heroes return to normal life after the traumatic events have experienced!

If you know people who need help, write to us. We are ready to continue providing hard support for our part.

Training for servicemen and their families – sponsorship. After the events in Ukraine since February 24, such training programs are held at rehabilitation centers, for cooperation with specialists from different industries.

Also, when you make a “Donation” every hryvnia is a help and a contribution to a good business to teach those who need it.