Most of us would agree that at any time we find ourselves in a disaster or other emergency. Even if this fact lies only in the back of your mind just below consciousness, the statement is no less true. Anyone can suddenly get stuck in an emergency or disaster you land squarely on them unexpectedly. How well one survives or if one survives it may be a question of luck. Far better to invest time and effort in preparation for survival.
Survival readiness for the purpose of this article is not a call to be constantly afraid of impending doom and disaster lurking around every corner, or to accumulate large caches of dried beans, MREs, bullets and gold after Democrat down his hiding place in some remote area.
more realistic mode of survival is the act of obtaining knowledge and practice of basic survival skills, gathering survival gear, food and watering together emergency kits survival. These kits can be placed easily accessible points in the home, car, office, etc., or on your person.
Think before you predict what might such a situation occur and what survival skills, equipment, and supplies would be useful to see you successfully to the end of it. (!) And practice some excellent products in the list of basic survival skills to learn to be:
- how to light a fire without matches or a
- how to build a simple emergency shelter
- how to get food and water
- how to use a map and compass
- how to signal for help
- how to use the mechanism of survival that you have chosen
The amount of emergency kits and items they contain, will be determined by the script, for which they are intended to be used; lost in the desert, trapped in the car on a lonely dirt road, is recovering from the effects of a tornado or other disaster.
always include fire-starting items, objects to build emergency shelter, tools for survival, medical kit, signaling device, emergency lighting, containers with food and water. There are many useful websites that describe the complete lists of goods to be included in emergency survival kits of all sizes.
In any emergency strives to remain calm. Use your mind. This is one of your best tools for survival.
Initiative belongs to the individual. Make time and effort prudent preparations for their own survival and that of others. Do not risk suffering the consequences of taking no action at all.
Survival after all is to be alive at the end of the trial.
Source by Chuck McIntyre