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Sleep, activity and nutrition (SAN) are critical for achieving optimal physical, mental, and emotional health and wellbeing. They are integral in maximizing Soldier performance and are the cornerstones of the U.S. Army Office of the Surgeon General’s (OTSG) Performance Triad (P3) Campaign. P3 integrates the best available SAN sports science to improve squad overmatch and Soldier performance in tactical environments. It includes messaging, curriculum and training, policy development, technology, leader development, and changes within the built installation environment to make the healthy choice the easy choice. P3 strives to improve and sustain healthy SAN knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and associated outcomes among Soldiers and Army beneficiaries.

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Feeling Burned Out at Work?

June 13, 2022


To avoid burnout, experts recommend taking stock of your work-life balance and making the time to engage in leisure, fun activities, sports, and hobbies you enjoy. Continue Reading

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Aerobic Activity Goals

April 28, 2022


Aerobic exercise is also called cardiovascular training because it helps build your body’s ability to pump blood and oxygen to your working muscles. Continue Reading

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Sleep Under Stressful Conditions

April 22, 2022


If you are having feelings of anxiety and you are having trouble sleeping, use this guide to learn about strategies, tips, and techniques to reduce stress and improve your sleep. Continue Reading

Sleep for health during COVID19

Sleep and COVID-19

December 26, 2021


Maintaining good sleep practices during COVID-19 is important for ensuring optimal health. Inadequate sleep, especially during times of stress can lead to fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and irritability. Continue Reading

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Sleep Tactics for Sustained Operations

December 10, 2021


Planning for sleep in training and tactical environments is a core leader competency. Leaders must know the sleep-work cycles of their Soldiers, particularly when they are working shifts, are in operational environments, or outside standard duty hours. Continue Reading

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