In this book, you will learn how to survive and cope with an emergency, for example if you get lost, are forced to spend the night outdoors, are surprised by bad weather on a mountain hike or if the water or food runs out. But you also get to know how to signal emergencies, make fires and spaces.
Those who have prepared themselves mentally and practically - by practicing, acquiring knowledge and thinking through different situations - have the best chance of coping with a crisis or disaster. The book also includes a comprehensive healthcare chapter, which is the most important thing to keep in mind if you are first at an accident site or if someone is injured during an adventure.
The book is written by Torbjörn Selin, an expert on survival, and the journalist Anna-Maria Stawreberg, author of previously published Prepping. Torbjörn Selin is a former professional soldier and trained survival instructor in both the Armed Forces and the Swedish Survival Society. Over the years, he has held countless survival courses.
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