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FC: How To Survive The Great Outdoors | -Hypothermia -Heat Stroke -Bleeding -Broken Bones -Burns -Snake Bites

1: HYPOTHERMIA | Hypothermia is a condition where a persons body temperature \has dropped significantly below the normal, normally occurs in cold climates. To prevent hypothermia wear dry warm multi-layered clothes with good hand, feet, and head protection, and find shelter that will protect you from the elements. the signs for it are uncontrolled shivering, slow unclear speech,tiredness, confusion, and difficulty walking. If you or someone your with has hypothermia find a warm and dry protective shelter that blocks wind and rain, if the clothes are wet get dry warm new ones and put them on as soon as possible, lie under a blanket and transfer body heat, and get something warm to eat or drink.If this is left untreated it will result in organ death, heart arrhythmias, if untreated for an extended time death is likely.

2: Heat stroke is a condition where the body's temperature has elevated significantly above the normal, normally occurs in hot climates. To prevent heat stoke wear light, loose fitting clothing and hat, drink lots of water and salty food, if you are out in the sun for long periods of time you should often take breaks in the shade to cool down. Symptoms of this are a body temperature of 105 and above, a lack of sweat, red and hot skin, dizziness, nauseousness, and a rapid pulse. If you or someone your with are displaying these symptoms then you should seek a cool shelter out of the sun, remove the outer layer of if conscious drink cool water and apply something cool to the skin. This is a serious condition and if left untreated can result in permanent organ, brain, and muscle damage which will likely lead to death. | HEAT STROKE

3: B:EEDING | Bleeding can be both minor and sever. minor bleeding comes from minor wounds. to treat a minor wound carefully remove and lose objects in the area, rinse under clean water, clean the wound and surrounding area, then you can cover it with a bandage to stop the bleeding. sever bleeding comes from a sever wound. to treat a sever wound you must raise the limb that is injured to prevent more blood loss or lay down is on body, remove any objects from the area, apply a cloth and provide pressure, holed the wound closed as much as possible, don't remove a blood soaked bandage just apply another on top, apply an ice pack, call for help and remain calm while waiting for medical assistance.

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  • Title: a how to guide
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