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4 Tips for a Happy and Balanced Dog

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Having a well-trained dog that is happy and balanced is more than just feeding them and showering them with love. That’s the easy part. However, dogs, just like children, need guidance, discipline and rewards to make them well-behaved and balanced. In this article, you’ll be given 4 tips that you can use to keep your dog…

Pandemic Threat Assessment Tips for Preppers

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Many survivalists prepare for natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, terrorist attacks, etc. However, the idea of a pandemic doesn’t really cross most people’s minds.  Yet, throughout history there have been pandemics such as the HIV epidemic, smallpox, tuberculosis and the Black Death that killed over 75 million people. Just 2 decades ago, there was the…

Street Survival Tips for Preppers

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During a crisis or riot, the streets are definitely not the place you want to be. When people are desperate for supplies, and when law and order has its hands full managing the devastating effects of a natural disaster, the streets can get very unsafe very quickly. You must be on high alert when you’re outside,…

7 Disaster Preparedness Tips for Pet Owners

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If you’re a survivalist who has pets, you’ll need to take extra measures when prepping for a crisis. It’s easy to overlook your pet’s needs and find yourself in a fix during a crisis. In this article, we’ll look at 7 pointers that pet owners should be aware of. Adhere to them and it’ll be easier…

Mastering Your Body Temperature, Part 2

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How can you protect yourself from extremes of heat and cold?  In our last post, we talked about the importance of knowing how extreme heat and cold can actually affect the body. We learned that at a certain point, the balance is tipped and the body begins to break down from exposure to too much heat/cold.  Today’s…

Mastering Your Body Temperature, Part 1

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Why is thermal regulation essential to survival?  Thermoregulation is a consistent need of the human body.  Our bodies have built-in mechanisms to generate heat when it’s cold (e.g. shivering) and stay cool when the temperature in the environment begins to rise.  However, in extreme situations, the body’s natural thermoregulation system becomes inadequate to main normal body temperature….

Golden Nuggets from the Trail, Part 2

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How can you make nature trekking easier and more enjoyable for everyone in your family?  In our last blog post we talked about the importance of being a good leader especially when you’re out in the wilderness with other people. We learned that assertiveness, calmness and logical thinking can get you out of the tightest situations. What…

Golden Nuggets from the Trail, Part 1

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How prepared are you to face the potential challenges of trekking through the wilderness?  Survival training is not just useful for dealing with manmade or natural disasters. It’s actually quite useful for different activities such as mountain climbing, nature trekking, etc.  If you love the great outdoors, it is essential that you are familiar with…

When Water Runs Out, Part 2

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Where can you find water that’s safe for drinking in the wilderness?  This question has been asked countless times by unprepared adventurers from around the world who suddenly find themselves with little or no water left due to poor planning.  Before we explore the various potential sources of potable water in the wilderness, it’s important that we…

When Water Runs Out, Part 1

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How important is water to the body?  In terms of sustaining the human body, nothing is more essential than water. The body can go for long periods of time without large quantities of calories; however, it cannot survive for long without water.  Our bodies can readily adapt to emergency situations and it can even use…

How To Cope With Addictions During a Crisis

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Coping with Addictions During a Crisis When crisis strikes, whether it’s a huge flood, earthquake or snowstorm, there’s not only going to be a lot of damage, but there’s going to be a lot of inconvenience too. We are all creatures of habit. One of the most common causes of stress during a crisis scenario…

How To Find Shelter In The Wilderness

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Finding Shelter in the Wilderness How can you find shelter to keep you safe in a wilderness setting? Knowing how to find or create a shelter in a wilderness setting is yet another indispensable skill that any survivalist must possess. During a disaster or emergency situation it’s possible for whole families to be separated from each other; the…

How To Survive A Nuclear Explosion, Part 3

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In the 2nd part of our “Surviving a Nuclear Explosion” series, we covered the astounding aftereffects of a nuclear explosion.  We learned how radioactive fireballs can be created instantly upon the detonation of a nuclear weapon and how tons upon tons of earth can easily be displaced by such an explosion to create radioactive fallout.  In our…

How To Survive A Nuclear Explosion, Part 2

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What is radioactive fallout?  We often see “radioactive fallout” in historical articles about nuclear bombs and their applications, but almost no attention is given to the nature of the radiation that occurs after a nuclear explosion. In our last discussion, we talked about the shockwave, blinding light and the tremendous amount of heat that comes about…

How To Develop The Survival Mindset, Part 2

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How can you become more efficient in disaster/emergency situations? In our previous blog post, we were able to tackle two of the biggest obstacles that survivalists face in times of trouble: disbelief and stress.  Overcoming these two primary obstacles will bring you closer to developing your ultimate weapon against adversity: the survivalist mindset.  Your progress as a survivalist…

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