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11/05/2018 / By Zoey Sky
Preppers know that hydration is crucial to your survival, especially when you’re outdoors. In a worst-case scenario, you can die from dehydration. On average, you can survive without water for about three to five days, depending on the environment you’re in, but there are reports of people who have died after only several hours of excessive dehydration. What can you do to prevent dehydration if you get lost in the woods?
If you get lost in the wild, conserve any water you have, including water that’s already in your body. Replace lost fluids and conserve body fluid so you can drink less water. (h/to PreppersWill.com.)
You must learn how to ration your water supply to improve your chances of survival. Use the data below to determine how long you can last without water.
Even if you stay in the shade, the average person will lose over one liter of water every day by breathing and urinating. Dehydration occurs when you fail to replace the liquid your body loses. This can happen no matter what type of environment you’re in and regardless of the temperature. Factors that can cause dehydration include your body size, the clothes you’re wearing, the humidity, and the activity you’re doing.
The symptoms of the different stages of water loss may include:
The body loses fluid by breathing, crying, perspiring, talking, urinating, and vomiting.
If you’re already dehydrated, you may not have the strength necessary to purify water, so it’s crucial to know how to find water that doesn’t need purification. Don’t wait until it’s too late to learn how to find clean natural water sources in your area. (Related: Survival tips when collecting potable drinking water in the wilderness.)
You need to drink to stay dehydrated but if you can’t find a water source, take small sips to replace any lost fluids. If you’re thirsty and you’re almost out of water, rinse your mouth for 20 to 30 seconds before swallowing. Drink water in moderation to improve your time frame for survival by about half a day.
You can survive in the woods by balancing your water intake and loss. Look for water even if you think your chances of rescue are high. Remember: you can survive for about three weeks without food, but you won’t last more than several days without water.
Browse more articles with tips on how to find water in the wild at CleanWater.news.
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