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The Fight Continues

The Fight Continues

Currently in America there are over 20 million veterans. These men and women have risked their lives fighting for their country. Unfortunately, coming home doesn’t mean the fight is over. For many of these veterans a new, an internal fight begins as they readjust to life after the military. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects an average of 15 percent of veterans. Symptoms include flashbacks, nightmares, memory loss, loss of interest, increased anxiety, difficulty sleeping, anger,…

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Veterans Find Healing Through Yoga And Meditation

Veterans Find Healing Through Yoga and Meditation

Recently an article was released from Boston University News Service about a Vietnam veteran, Richard Jackson, who reported that practicing yoga has helped him both physically and mentally. Jackson suffers from PTSD. His combat tour in Vietnam in 1967 has made it difficult for him to sleep on his back.  Regularly practicing yoga has helped him to relax and breathe through his anxiety. Read the article here. At Meghan’s Foundation, we have seen first-hand the…

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Radio Interview With The Veterans Voice

Radio Interview with the Veterans Voice

On January 21st, 2017, Jeff Hoerger and Thom Shortt had the opportunity to talk about Meghan’s Foundation and the benefits of yoga and meditation for veterans experiencing symptoms of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). There's lots of really great information available on this show so enjoy listening! VETERANS' VOICE is a radio show and Podcast on 1180 AM WFYL that welcomes veterans and other civic-minded patriots with a variety of guests who share memories, experiences, inspiring stories and…

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