Top Ten Tips to Stay Alive in the WoodsWell, there are a lot of reasons people like to go in the woods, but sometimes you are unable to make your way of them on time and your supplies begin to get over.
Here are tips to stay alive in the woods.
We need to find shelter in the woods as soon as possible, because you cannot stay without a shelter at night. If your body temperature decreases 96 degrees Fahrenheit, you have a serious risk of hypothermia. And if it decreases to 86 degrees, it can lead to death. Abandoned huts, caves, dense canopies are the best examples of shelters but if you can't find one, then make one.
The temperature of the woods could suddenly change. Also, you can hide from animals and hide your food.
Without water, you could hardly stay active for one day and you die in less than three days, so you need to stay hydrated to stay alive. To find water, you have to look out for a river or something similar. Lake water should generally be avoided, but when you are extremely dehydrated, you have no choice. If you fail to find any source of water, then you need to make a rainwater harvesting downhill. You have to dig a pit and put a layer of plastic to make it.
Actually anywhere you are lost finding fresh water is your top priority.
We need to cover fresh wounds instantly because if left uncovered for a period of time in the Woods, a chance of developing an infection on the wound increases, and without treatment, it means death.
In any circumstances you should never eat hairy insects. Rats, beavers, rabbits, Beatles, fish, cockroaches, squirrels, small birds are only edible animals that you can eat. We should never try eating random plants.
Only some animals like rats, rabbits, squirrels, fishes, small birds and beetles are edible and can be hunted without a risk of injury. We should avoid eating hairy insects and random plants at any cost.
Wearing wet clothes for a long time decreases your body temperature, developing a risk of hypothermia which means death.
They both may be venomous and there is a good chance of direct contact if you come too close, if venom is left untreated, then death is a possible case.
We can make a fire using simple things like a can, paper, chocolate and wood. First, we need to polish the bottom of the can using a grease such as chocolate. Then, we have to use sunlight to make fire, pointing on the paper which would burn hay and hay would burn the wood.
Wearing more clothes prevents direct contact with insects and also prevents scratches.
Running after seeing the predator makes the predator feel that you have caused harm to it or you are a threat to it, which makes it chase you and eventually the predator injures of kills you. Predators generally have no interest in eating humans.
Burning wet grass and leaves produces a lot of smoke and the cloud of smoke rises for several thousand feet and is visible for miles, there is a good chance that someone will notice it may come to rescue you.