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Shock is an ever-present and always-looming specter haunting every medical emergency and waiting in the wings to strike. In a long-term emergency or if you find yourself in an outdoor survival scenario, you will be providing your own emergency medical care and need to know the signs and how to treat this possibly life-threatening issue.
While the United States has done everything in its power to convince the world and its own citizens, that it’s just a freedom loving democracy or republic, many of us know better.
Why on Earth are these “megafires” chewing up the landscape of North America all of a sudden, when they were practically unheard of a generation ago?
The thought of you actually surviving on your own for more than a weekend must be abhorrent to them.
Every prepper knows that when disasters occur, you are on your own. If you run of water, in 72 hours, you will die or have severe dehydration. This book deserves a place on your library shelves and can provide essential knowledge on what to expect when disasters take out our municipal water supply.
Whenever a person has been bitten, there are several important actions that should be taken and in a survival situation, time is of the essence.
When the power goes out during the summer a host of dangerous situations could arise.
Our diet during a long-term disaster can play a large role in our health. Those with iron deficiencies, pay attention.
In a hot, physically-stressful/active environment, it is critical to stay hydrated in order to avoid heat-related illnesses.
If another Carrington level event were to occur, we would have precious little time to prepare, and prevent the damage to our electrical grid.