Friday, April 30, 2010

Backpacking survival kit plan

If you get lost you need to survive in the wilderness. If you plan on taking a backpacking, hiking trip or camping in the deep woods. Here are a few ideas on having a wilderness survival kit and plan. First have a plan with maps and locations of emergency stations, water sources, and research what kind of wild life inhabitants are in the area.
Make duplicate copies of you hiking or camping plans and leave it with relatives or friend.
You need to let them know where you are going to be backpacking.
If you get lost the rescue personal will have an idea of where to start their search patterns. Your survival kits needs to have water proof matches or some kind of fire stick. You need to stay dry and warm. You need a compass and maps of the area. You can put in a small knife or razor blades and a small flash light and extra batteries. There are survival knives in sporting good stores that have water tablets, fishing line and hooks, small bandages and antibiotic cream all in the handle.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Backpacking to reduce blood pressure

High blood pressure warnings are nothing to take lightly consulting your doctor is something you should do right away if you suspect you have high blood pressure.
How to lower reduce blood pressure for better health is very important.Alott of people in the world have problems with high blood pressure, or hypertension it is a major cause of heath problems.

Thursday, April 15, 2010


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Saturday, April 10, 2010

water proof matches

If your matches get wet, you can rub the bottom of a can with a rock, shine it up and create a mirror that will intensify the sun’s rays and get a pile of leaves hot enough to catch fire. This technique could be especially helpful if you drained your last can of Coke washing down the cheese puffs that that could have helped start the fire.You can buy water proof matches and keep them with you in the woods.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Wound heavy bleeding

Major Wound
Apply direct pressure by clamping your hand on the wound, then elevate the injury above the heart to slow blood flow. If bleeding continues for 30 minutes, use clothes to wrap the site in a pressure dressing. “Don’t keep checking to see if it’s working, even if it’s bloody” says Dr. Jeff Gutterman, a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. “That’s a classic mistake.” If the bleeding doesn’t stop after another 30 minutes, tie off the wound a few inches above the site. If you get emergency help within several hours you probably won’t lose the limb.
Poisonous Snakes
Every year, 8000 people are bitten by snakes To check if you’ve been bitten by a poisonous snake, look for a pair of deep puncture marks. Swelling will be quick, so remove constricting items such as jewelry. Now, try to stay calm and keep the bite below heart level as you head to the nearest hospital. What about slicing the bite and sucking out the venom? It doesn’t work, and you might slice into something that can’t be easily repaired