Keeping watch on global stress

21 Mar 2019 In summary: Australian tech start up Soldier.ly is collaborating with the UTS Neuroscience Research Unit to tackle depression Their award-winning uStress smart watch app will use wearers’ physiological and biometric data to monitor stress and trigger support…

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Aussie veteran start-up wins global innovation award

12th February 2019 Australian veteran-owned start-up Soldier.ly has taken out the Zurich Insurance inaugural Innovation World Championship for the development of a world-first smartwatch app. The world-first smartwatch stress detection app, called ID.STRESS, is designed to reduce suffering and suicide…

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HCF Accelerator Start-up Launches ‘Smart App’ to Reduce Veteran Suicide

HCF Catalyst start-up, Soldier.ly today announced the launch of Overwatch© – the world’s first smart app designed to reduce the incidence of veteran suicide. The Overwatch© app was created to give veterans a practical and anonymous tool for monitoring and managing anxiety, stress…

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HCF Accelerator Start-up Launches ‘Smart App’ to Reduce Veteran Suicide

Sydney, 6th March 2018 – HCF Catalyst start-up, Soldier.ly today announced the launch of Overwatch© – the world’s first smart app designed to reduce the incidence of veteran suicide. The Overwatch© app was created to give veterans a practical and…

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Dents in the soul – coping with PTSD

Post by Soldier.ly Founder & CEO, Chris Rhyss Edwards.  Earlier this year, my untreated PTSD cost me my marriage, and almost my life. And you know why? Because I was too ashamed to ask for help, which when you think…

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Staying fighting fit with 15min workouts

Guest post by former Navy SEAL, Stew Smith. Here are some ideas for those of you who only have a few minutes a day to exercise.  Often I tell people if they do not have time to workout – they…

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Fighting the #1 enemy at home, alcohol…

Guest post by Young Diggers. Like it or not, the military is built around a ‘work hard, play hard’ culture. Fueling the play hard side of things is a level of ‘social drinking’ that would make most civi’s run for…

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Overwatch

Every year 5,000 veterans transition into civilian life, yet despite the best efforts at a smooth transition many fall through the cracks, often reaching care late in the course of disorders. Transitioned ADF face a range of mental disorders: 46.1%…

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Dents in the soul – coping with PTSD

Earlier this year, my untreated PTSD cost me my marriage, and almost my life. And you know why? Because I was too ashamed to ask for help, which when you think about life in the military is a completely bullshit…

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