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How To Survive In The Wilderness

By Edited Nov 10, 2016 0 0

While the chances of you being stranded out in the middle of nowhere, you can never be too sure. Should you find yourself stranded in the middle of the desert or in a the forest, then you need to have a plan if you want to make it out alive. Read these tips to learn how to survive if you are stranded in the middle of nowhere without any outside help.

When you are out in the wilderness and don't have any means of getting food, never turn down a free meal. Spiders and insects provide you with good sources of protein. They will be enough to keep your energy up enough until you can make it out of the wild. If you can, consider cooking them to make them more tolerable for your tastebuds. If you are fortunate enough to have food on you, then make sure you ration it out properly and try to make it last as long as possible. You don't know how long you may be stranded for.

If you don't have any water to drink, then you will have to suck it up and use your urine as a drinking supply. If you don't have proper fluids in a very hot climate, then you could die within hours. You can last a while without food but you can die within a matter of hours without proper hydration. Your own urine is 95% water and it is completely sterile when it is fresh. However, don't keep it in a water bottle for too long as bacteria can start to multiply rapidly in it.

You should make it a point to cook your meals when you can. Raw meat is harder to digest. It will also taste better when you cook it. You should also stick with the most nutritious parts of the animal if you kill it. The organs and eyeballs are the most nutritious parts of the animal.

If you get caught in a situation where you are stuck in quick sand or a mud bog, you need to remain calm. The more you struggle, the more it will suck you down. To escape, you have to stop flailing and grab something like a stick to put in front of you. This will give you more surface area. Then you need to try to wriggle your chest onto it and crawl out as calmly as possible.

You also need to carry around a weapon with you to fend off wild and dangerous animals. Things like sticks or a blade will do you good. You can also construct a spear or knife if you find a long, sturdy stick and a sharp piece of rock.

Try to walk where there may have been signs of people at. If you see old camp sites, or signs of human life go in that direction. Also mark your trail just in case you have to back track so you don't get lost. Make it a point to move in stealth and never in the open so you aren't taken by suprise by a wild animal.

These tips just may just save your life should you find yourself lost in the wild or the middle of nowhere. Good Luck!

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