First Aid for Preppers – Part 3: Shock, Heatstroke & Hypothermia

First Aid for Preppers – Part 3: Shock, Heatstroke & Hypothermia
When a disaster drives us from the shelter of our homes, forced to bug-out in a hurry the family is subjected to the elements whatever they may hold in store. In the middle of summer, marching out with hefty packs strapped to their backs the situation is ripe for someone succumbing to heat exhaustion or heatstroke. Winter conditions present problems from the opposite end of the spectrum, exposing anyone without shelter to freezing temperatures, temperatures of which an unprepared body may not be able to cope. Laid atop these worries and the possibility of injury is the specter of shock ... read more
Published on 2015-06-12By Ken Lewis