Monday, December 04, 2023 by Olivia Cook
Here are a few tips that can help you cope with the many challenges brought about by winter weather.
Before leaving your home, check the weather forecast available through radio, television and social media broadcasts. Listen to wind chill warnings and use the information to draw actionable prepping plans, as appropriate.
Here are a few simple steps that can save you money from costly emergency repairs.
Check out more tips and ways to prepare your home for the coming winter.
Think prevention and stay warm – from your head to your toes.
Dress appropriately to reduce the risk of extreme cold temperature-related health challenges – from asthma attacks, the common cold, flu, sore throat and strep throat to more serious health issues, such as chilblains, frostbite, frostnip, hypothermia, pneumonia or trench foot, among others.
Check out these tips on how to dress and stay warm during winter from the American Academy of Dermatology Association.
Consider the following when making an emergency plan for you and your family:
Especially during winter, try these outdoor activities to boost your immune system: brisk walking or hiking, ice-skating, jogging or running, raking leaves, shoveling snow, sledding, snowshoeing and so on.
Experts say no special steps are needed to winterize a vehicle if it’s driven almost daily or if you live in a state that enjoys perpetual summertime weather. Nevertheless, learn how to prepare your vehicle for winter driving for you and your family’s safety.
Make sure you include the following tools in the survival kit you store in your vehicle:
When SHTF, it is better to have supplies and never need them than to need supplies and not have any. Visit Survival.news for more stories like this.
Watch the following video to learn about winter survival tips everyone must know.
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