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Survival Tips for the End Times

Updated on January 16, 2013

If you believe the end times are coming or is near and apocalypse is close, here are a few survival tips to help you out. These may help you after surviving an earthquake, tsunami, hurricanes, avalanche and more.

First, try to remain calm and don't be scared. When you are scared the body system prepares you to face a danger by improving gross motor skills, while at the same time, these same chemicals make many to freeze. People in emergency situations often cannot even dial a 911, overreact, and other incompetent actions. The only way to prevent this is to practice and practice so your body is accustomed to the adrenaline in stressful situations. To calm yourself, breathe in, count to four, exhale, then repeat several times.

If you have a wound or cut, the most important thing is keep it clean, stop bleeding with a bandage of some sort. To stop bleeding, apply pressure up to 20 minutes to induce clotting. A good antiseptic is honey in the short term until antibiotics arrive. Try to avoid becoming another victim before helping others. Look around for danger. If the only food are rats or other small animals, after you cook them, eat all of it-including the organs, not just the meat-gross, I know. I don't know if I could do this. Dogs and cats may be a better choice. If you need transportation, stealing a car is easy if you find a pre 1995 one. You will need a flathead screwdriver and then remove the plastic casing and other metal around where the key would go in. Use the screwdriver or pliers to turn the starter ignition. If the car has an ignition lock, you will need to disable it.

If you, the reader, have any good survival tips, let me know.

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    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      5 years ago

      Huh?

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      Rudy 

      5 years ago

      I'm certainly hoping California separates from the U.S. and falls into the Pacific Ocean. If it happened while Feinstein was there, that would definitely be a bonus.

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