Noble Jiu Jitsu Rash Guard - Suicide Prevention Lifeline - $2/Rash Guard Donated - Jiu Jitsu - MMA - No-Gi
Noble Jiu-Jitsu Rash Guard, Flexible and Strong Rash Guard, Rash Guard for BJJ and MMA, Miami Vice Design Rash Guard
- Material: Noble Jiu-Jitsu Rash Guard is a strong yet flexible rash guard. It is made up of 20% spandex and 80% polyester. Spandex is known for its strength, elasticity, and pressure comfort. Used for cushioning purposes, polyester is widely used for its softness, strength, and tear resistance.
- Comfort: Spandex in Noble Jiu-Jitsu Rash Guard can expand up to 5 times its size and is flexible enough to allow all the free movements required in any sport. It is also known for its pressure comfort, i.e., your body will feel no pressure during any movement in this Jiu Jitsu rash guard. The polyester will keep your body cushioned for added comfort.
- Safety: The spandex in Noble Jiu-Jitsu Rash Guard will protect your body from pressure and any abrasions. At the same time, the polyester will keep your body padded to protect it from injuries further.
- Style and Other Uses: Noble Jiu-Jitsu Rash Guard is stylish and multi-purpose. It is unisex and comes in an eye-catching Miami Vice design. Because of its fine make and design, it is suitable for other sports besides Jiu-Jitsu and MMA. It can be used for watersports like surfing or mountaineering to protect against rough surfaces and harsh sunlight.
Noble cause: A percentage of Proceeds for Noble Jiu-Jitsu Rash Guard will be donated to Suicide Prevention Lifeline
We Can All Prevent Suicide
Hope Can Happen
Suicide is not inevitable for anyone. By starting the conversation, providing support, and directing help to those who need it, we can prevent suicides and save lives.
We Can All Take Action
Evidence shows that providing support services, talking about suicide, reducing access to means of self-harm, and following up with loved ones are just some of the actions we can all take to help others.
By offering immediate counseling to everyone that may need it, local crisis centers provide invaluable support at critical times and connect individuals to local services.
Know the Risk Factors
Risk factors are characteristics that make it more likely that someone will consider, attempt, or die by suicide. They can't cause or predict a suicide attempt, but they're important to be aware of.
- Mental disorders, particularly mood disorders, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, and certain personality disorders
- Alcohol and other substance use disorders
- Impulsive and/or aggressive tendencies
- History of trauma or abuse
- Major physical illnesses
- Previous suicide attempt(s)
- Family history of suicide
- Job or financial loss
- Loss of relationship(s)
- Easy access to lethal means
- Local clusters of suicide
- Lack of social support and sense of isolation
- Stigma associated with asking for help
- Lack of healthcare, especially mental health and substance abuse treatment
- Cultural and religious beliefs, such as the belief that suicide is a noble resolution of a personal dilemma
- Exposure to others who have died by suicide (in real life or via the media and Internet)
Know the Warning Signs
Some warning signs may help you determine if a loved one is at risk for suicide, especially if the behavior is new, has increased, or seems related to a painful event, loss, or change. If you or someone you know exhibits any of these, seek help by calling the Lifeline.
- Talking about wanting to die or to kill themselves
- Looking for a way to kill themselves, like searching online or buying a gun
- Talking about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live
- Talking about feeling trapped or in unbearable pain
- Talking about being a burden to others
- Increasing the use of alcohol or drugs
- Acting anxious or agitated; behaving recklessly
- Sleeping too little or too much
- Withdrawing or isolating themselves
- Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge
- Extreme mood swings
Get in touch
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