Each year, thousands of people find themselves in dangerous survival situations out in the wilderness due to either getting lost or sustaining a critical injury that leaves them stranded.
You can never tell yourself that the same will never happen to you (or at least you shouldn’t tell yourself that), which is why it’s good to be at least a little prepared so you know what to do in a true life-or-death situation.
One of the best ways you can be prepared is to be aware of basic survival mistakes that the average person doesn’t know, so you can avoid these mistakes and thus increase your chances of survival.
The specific mistakes that we are going to cover include the following:
•Mistake #1: You Focus On Your Gear Rather Than Your Skills
•Mistake #2: You Don’t Keep Yourself Fully Hydrated
•Mistake #3: You Don’t Make Your Water Safe To Drink
•Mistake #4: You Don’t Determine Your Route(s)
•Mistake #5: You Don’t Carry Fire As You Travel In The Wild
•Mistake #6: You Begin Setting Up Camp Too Late
•Mistake #7: You Overcomplicate Your Shelter
•Mistake #8: You Neglect Personal Hygiene and Sanitation
•Mistake #9: You Wear The Wrong Kind of Clothing
•Mistake #10: You Don’t Setup A Signal
•Mistake #11: You Neglect Small Injuries
•Mistake #12: You Don’t Give Yourself Time To Rest
•Mistake #13: You Don’t Tell Anybody Where You Are Going
•Mistake #14: You Don’t Bring Anything With You Into the Wild
•Mistake #15: You Don’t Make Your Family Prepared
For each of these mistakes, we will discuss why it is mistake, the consequences that exist if you make it, and how you can avoid it or what you need to do instead as an alternative.
You don’t have to be a survival expert in order to be prepared for a survival situation. You can be a completely ordinary person in any career field.
All you need is the willpower to survive and knowledge of what you need to do to make it out alive, and that knowledge begins with learning about these mistakes so you will not make them at any point in the future.
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