8 Ways to survive without water and prevent dehydration when SHTF

Water is crucial to your survival, especially in a post-SHTF scenario. If you’re stuck in the wilderness without any water, you can prevent dehydration by monitoring your water supply and learning how to find water in the wild. (h/t to ProperSurvival.com) Why is it important to stay hydrated? Drinking enough water keeps your body hydrated. It also helps … Continue reading 8 Ways to survive without water and prevent dehydration when SHTF

Prevent dehydration when SHTF by learning how to find and purify water

In a post-SHTF world, you won’t survive a week without drinking water. That makes having clean water one of your first priorities. In fact, spending too much of your energy looking for food instead of water might get you killed. To find out where your nearest source of water is, look to nature. Trees and other … Continue reading Prevent dehydration when SHTF by learning how to find and purify water

Could you be suffering from a dehydration headache?

Common as they are, headaches can be caused by a great number of things. What many people don’t realize is that dehydration is one of them. According to MedicalNewsToday.com, not having enough fluid in the body causes what is called a dehydration headache, which occurs when the brain pulls away from the skull as it shrinks temporarily … Continue reading Could you be suffering from a dehydration headache?

Mild dehydration can have serious effects on health

According to two new studies from University of Connecticut’s Human Performance Laboratory, even mild dehydration can have a significant impact on a person’s mood, energy levels and mental performance. Water levels determine how good we feel Test results show no difference between taking a 40 minute walk or sitting at a desk. Lawrence E. Armstrong, … Continue reading Mild dehydration can have serious effects on health

Study: Proper hydration found to reduce long-term risks for heart failure

A study conducted by researchers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) found that drinking enough water daily can help reduce long-term risks for heart disease. Heart failure is a chronic condition that develops when the heart is unable to pump enough blood for the body’s needs. It affects over 6.2 million Americans or a little over two … Continue reading Study: Proper hydration found to reduce long-term risks for heart failure

There is currently no COVID medical emergency only psychological engineering says senior Israeli immunologist

The attempts of governments across the globe at “psychological engineering” the population on Covid related matters has now been fully exposed after several years. A well respected immunologist in Israel heavily criticized the approach of every administration globally. (Article republished from GreatGameIndia.com) In a scathing letter addressed to the Israeli Ministry of Health, a renowned immunologist denounced mass vaccination … Continue reading There is currently no COVID medical emergency only psychological engineering says senior Israeli immunologist

11 BIGGEST holiday health mistakes

Canola, canola, it’s everywhere you turn. Check those organic salad dressings. It’s even lurking where you least expect it. Bugs won’t eat it. It’s mixed with millions of American products to keep them from spoiling, while it “spoils” your health. Lab tests show canola puts weight gain into overdrive. It also dampens memory, as tested on lab rats. … Continue reading 11 BIGGEST holiday health mistakes

Emergency preparedness: All-season transportation options in a post-SHTF world

When SHTF, getting from one place to another might be harder than usual. For instance, if almost everyone in your area is trying to drive away to safety, then expect heavy traffic to delay your evacuation as well. Law enforcement officers may also want to check vehicles on their way out, thereby worsening traffic. Certain disasters, such as earthquakes and … Continue reading Emergency preparedness: All-season transportation options in a post-SHTF world