Armed conflict inflicts a heavy toll on civilian populations. It leads to mass displacement, the spread of disease, and loss of life and property. Such violence also has a negative impact on civilians, who often live in areas where fighting is taking place. That’s why it’s so important to prepare yourself and your loved ones for the effects of war. Even if you’re not directly impacted by fighting, wars can have a significant effect on society as a whole.
The main advice is to get out of the city as soon as possible, according to both anti-terrorist operation veterans and physical security instructors. Civilians in a city doomed to extinction. The probability of civilian death in the city during hostilities from 50 to as much as 90%.
A Sense of Hope Is Crucial
Human beings are social, so surviving in a dangerous situation means finding other people to survive with you. Whether it’s your family or your local community, building relationships with people who care about you is essential. If you have access to the internet, use it to stay in touch with the people who matter to you and your community. Social media is another great way to maintain connections.
The Need for Structured Activities
Whatever your situation, it’s important to remain active and engaged. Even if you’re in a dangerous situation, it’s possible to find things to do that are engaging and useful. It can be tempting to withdraw from society, but it’s important to remember that that’s exactly what dangerous situations are trying to do. It’s best to stay connected with other people and maintain your sense of self by engaging in structured activities. Whether it’s volunteering at a local community centre, reading books and magazines, or taking classes at your local community college, maintaining your sense of self and engaging in structured activities will help keep you safe. It’s important to remember that safe activities can be engaging. By engaging in structured activities, you can stay active and connected with the world.
Humans are social and we must communicate with friends, relatives and support each other. How often we are told that the main problem is the inability to communicate. In wartime, it is much harder to be calm and talk about life. Try to remember your happy moments, plan for the future. Also be sure to do or continue to play sports, because exercise is the best way to distract. Do not forget about cognitive tasks - to learn something new, at least one foreign word or read a book. You need to be aware of this information, not look at it automatically as a news feed. We load the memory, but it requires both activation of the prefrontal cortex and prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder