One of the things that many people who live in the outdoors will know is the value of knowledge that is for the sole purpose of self-preservation. Soldiers in modern armed forces learn this very early on. What if you break your arm? What if you smash your head and you are having trouble remaining conscious? What if you’re in a car crash and your body is very damaged? What if you are having some kind of psychological episode due to heatstroke or something else? All of these situations throw up so many questions and only you can find the answers to them. The ability to stay alive in these kinds of harrowing situations takes time to learn and to absorb. You’re trying to learn about how the human body works, but more specifically what works for you. These skills and knowledge could help you to also live a better cleaner life since you don’t want to even go near to experiencing them. Once you attain this knowledge then you could put it into practice if and when the time calls for it. It could be for when one of your family members or friends has been hurt or going through something harrowing. With your knowledge you can support them and also help to keep them alive.
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