WHAT IS SURVIVAL SKILLS ?
Survival skills are techniques a person may use to help other people or a person in a dangerous situation such as natural disasters. Generally speaking, these techniques are meant to provide the basic necessities for human life: water, food, shelter, habitat, and the need to think straight, to signal for help, to navigate safely, to avoid unpleasant interactions with animals and plants, and for first aid. In addition, survival skills are often basic ideas and abilities that ancient humans had to use for thousands of years, so these skills are partially a reenactment of history. Many of these skills are the ways to enjoy extended periods of time in remote places, or a way to thrive in nature. Some people use these skills to better appreciate nature and for recreation, not just survival. One widely circulated concept to help set priorities is called the "Rule of Three" Employed amnemonic device, the Rule of Three states: 1. Humans cannot survive more than three hours exposed to extremely high or low temperatures. 2. Humans cannot survive more than 6 days without water.
3. Humans cannot survive more than nine weeks without food. FIVE BASIC SURVIVAL SKILLS
One of the most important elements to survival is between your ears, your brain. DO NOT PANIC, use your wits and practice all elements of the 5 Basics before you may need to rely on them. FIRST BASIC SURVIVAL SKILL- FIRE
FIRE can purify water, cook food, signal rescuers, provide warmth, light and comfort, help keep predators at a distance, and can be a most welcome friend and companion. Each and every person who ventures into the Outdoors should have a minimum of two ways to start a fire with them, one on their person at all times and the other with their gear. A few small fires provide more heat than one large fire. Collect firewood you think you will need for the night and then collect the same amount again, experience shows you will need it. Conserve...