• Heating Body Vs Heating the Room

    If the power goes out in the middle of the winter, your home can become cold very quickly. In fact, it can become so cold that you might even get hypothermia. You will have to ask yourself if you should heat your body or the room. While most people choose to heat the room, you can actually heat your body faster. Speed is important when you are staving off hypothermia so this something to think about when you face the situation. Heating Your Body

  • Add a Wood Stove or Fireplace to Your Home

    Staying warm will be a serious issue when an emergency strikes. After all, you won't have the power company to rely on for your heat. Fortunately, you can stay warm by adding a wood stove or fireplace to your home. There are a couple of things to keep in mind if you do this. First, make sure you avhe plenty of wood on hand, as well as a wood source and a way to cut it down. You should have an axe and easy access to trees to cut down. Also, keep in mind...

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    If you have to camp out in the winter, you might be afraid of the cold. After all, it is hard to function if you are too cold. That can become a real problem in a survival situation, where you need to have all of your energy, along with your wits. Fortunately, there are some things you can do stay warm in the winter. Today, we are going to talk about keeping your feet warm. How it Works Boil some water when you are camping. Put it in a pl...