You know life is like a bowl of cherries and I’m telling you to choke on a cherry pit. Believe me, what I’m trying to say is that things happen and it’s always good to be prepared for the unexpected. So, get ready for some life-saving tips that could save you one day.
Let’s Have A Look At 5 Simple Things That Can Save Your Life.
If you get stuck in a Riptide, do not swim directly to shore. Beaches are nice and fun but sometimes they can be dangerous as well. Rip currents, for example, are real hidden dangers and they are not rare that’s why it’s important to know how to handle them. A rip current is a channel of water that flows away from the shore and into the sea. Some rip current cave and pull up to eight feet per second and although it may be scary. If you follow this tip, you’re not going to end up on a deserted island with only a volleyball to talk to. So if you ever get caught up in a rip current, remember this and never swim against the current. People who do swim against the currents usually panics, become exhausted and eventually drown. What you should do is to swim parallel to the current and once you get out of the currents, you can begin swimming to shore but even if you don’t know how to swim, try to go with the flow. If the current pulls you in, don’t try to struggle against it and once it deplete that’s when it’s time to make your way to the shore.
2. Coffee Can Predict Weather.
If you ever need to know the forecast but don’t have an app or a smart phone. Let’s say you live in a cave and you want to know what’s going to the conditions outside, grab yourself a cup of coffee and pour into a cup. When you do so, watch the bubbles if you see that the bubbles are quickly moving to the edges, then it’s a good sign that there are clear skies ahead. But if they move slowly to the edge then the conditions will the cloudy but it will clear up in just a bit. If the bubbles are stuck in the center, you can expect rain today. This relates to the pressure the atmosphere that means higher pressures are mostly due to clear skies. A concave reaction will occur in the Coffee which makes the bubbles go to the edge low atmospheric pressures have characteristics of rainy weather. So in creating convex that pulled the bubbles till they stay in the center.
3. You Pant Is A Savior.
Use your pants as a floating device. Every year, unfortunately, thousands of people die from drowning and a fourth of those who drown are swimmers. So even if you think you’re a strong swimmer, pay attention to this. Let’s say somehow you end up in the water unexpectedly and struggling to stay afloat. Well, you happen to be wearing pants as these things will save you and all you got to do is to take your pants off. Tie the ends together then fill the pants with air. Put them half into water and hold high to the waistband, but make sure you keep the pants wet or they can displace.
4. Relax When You Fall From A Building.
If you ever get caught in a situation where you’re falling from a building, make sure to relax your body. Yeah, this is probably one of the really hard things to do with all the pee that’s coming out of you, but this can be your best tips to survive because if you get too tense, there’s more of a chance that you could harm your organs in bulk. So try to bend your knees and land on the feet. First, as it concentrates most of the impact on a small area and increase your chance of survival.
5. Electric Shock.
If your friend is getting electrocuted, hit them. Yeah, I’m serious, if you ever find yourself in a situation where someone is getting electrocuted, the first thing you should do is to get them off the wire they are probably touching or you can try to stop the source.If it all fails, try to hit them with non-conductive objects like something plastic, wood or rubber. But don’t ever touch them directly as you could end up dead. You really have to act fast in this situation and if they really cannot let go off the wire and you cannot buy anything to smack them, kick their hands with rubber shoes. It’s better to live with a broken arm than to be dead.