Tips That Could Save Your Life One Day. Wait a minute! You save your own life? Isn't that what we have 911 for? But just as we never know when and where disaster might strike, we can't count on qualified rescuers always being available to get us out of a jam, either. Here are 10 TIPS THAT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE ONE DAY
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10. Snake Bite
The good news? Out of the world's nearly 2,800 snakes species, only 600 are venomous. Being bitten by one of these snakes certainly doesn't mean the kiss of the death, but acting quickly and promptly will result in a better medical outcome. Despite what you've seen in the movies do not cut into the wound, suck poison from it, or apply ice or a tourniquet.
9. Burning Building
AHH! FIRE! FIRE! As frightening as this is, the very worst thing you can do is run around frantically, or attempt to hide. Instead, crawl on all fours from room to room as the toxic air rises and the fresh air remains near the ground, checking closed doors with the back of your hand for heat before opening them. If possible, wrap a wet cloth around your face and nose to avoid breathing in fumes and becoming overcome by heat. Use the stairs, and stay away from elevators at all costs!
8. Lost In The Forest
Follow running water? Look for moss on the north side of trees? If you actually want to be found, stay put and let searchers come to you. If you have bright extra clothing, hang it where it can be seen. Yell or blow a whistle when you hear people calling for you. And be careful with what you eat, the water that you drink, and avoid sleeping on the bare ground (make a mattress from leaves and tree branches) to keep yourself healthy as you wait for rescue. Avoid setting "signal fires".
7. Car Brake Failure
The very first cars didn't have brakes, but boy, you'd sure miss them today if the ones on your jalopy suddenly weren't there! What should you do in the event of sudden brake failure to avoid an accident? Take your foot off of the gas pedal and shift to a lower gear. Look for a place where you can safely pull off the road. If your vehicle has anti-lock brakes, continue pushing firmly down on them. Otherwise, apply short heavy jabs to them.
6. Calling 911
The problem begins when a dispatcher is reached at the other end. Frightened, nervous, perhaps even in pain or about to lose consciousness as the victim being called about, 911 callers often provide would-be helpers with misinformation that can delay the arrival of assistance. New call tracking technologies help somewhat, but those summoning advanced help should always speak slowly and clearly, give as much location identifying information as possible, and most importantly.
5. White Eye
You know how when a flash photograph is taken, people's eyes appear red? If a subject's eye pupils under these circumstances appear white, it's possible that he or she has retinoblastoma, a rare form of childhood cancer. The good news is that if caught early enough, it's easily treated with a good outcome. And "funky photos" certainly don't always indicate the presence of retinoblastoma.
4. Under Attack
The best way to avoid assaults by either individuals or groups is to stay away from situations that leave you isolated or exposed. But when that fails, learn to defend yourself using techniques like attacking/protecting exposed body parts with "weapons" such as fingers, teeth, and even your head.
3. Stuck In A Rip Tide
To escape a rip tide, first realize that this actually isn't happening. Don't panic, which can lead to exhaustion and drowning. If possible, try to swim against the rip tide (actually a current) by swimming perpendicular to it (they're only 20-100 feet wide) until you're free of it. Then swim at an angle back to shore. If you can't, float on your back and signal for help.
2. Stab Wounds
Amazingly, it's possible due to adrenaline and shock to feel fine after a stabbing attack. Unfortunately you're not, and time is of the essence. Apply clean cloths and pressure to any wounds that you can find and seek immediate medical attention. If a knife or any other object is embedded anywhere in the body, do not remove it without medical assistance as taking it out could cause the wound to bleed even more.
1. Sinking Car
Your car detoured into a lake and it's not exactly waterproof? You have one minute to get out, so don't waste time just yet calling 911. Unbuckle your seat belt. Do not try to open the car door. Instead, immediately roll down or break your car windows and climb out of them.
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