National Preparedness Month Survival Emergency Prepper Advice Guides Launched

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SurvivalUP has launched a new collection of emergency guides for National Preparedness Month. It helps people to hope for the best but prepare for the worst and protect themselves and their family.

SurvivalUp has launched a range of new survival and preparedness guides to help people stay safe and look after their family in the event the worst happens. With National Preparedness Month approaching, it can offer insights into how to be prepared for survival.

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Each September, National Preparedness Month promotes the planning for community disasters and emergencies. The theme for this year is to be prepared, not scared, and it’s incredibly important to be prepared for unexpected bad events happening.

There are numerous different types of emergencies or unexpected events that can happen at any time. These include attacks, natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, explosions, power outages, and fires.

Regardless of what type of emergency is occurring, the best chance that anyone stands of surviving is through being prepared. This is where the SurvivalUp website can help with its collection of detailed guides.

The site’s motto is to hope for the best but be prepared for the worst, and it’s in this preparation that lives can be saved. SurvivalUp discusses the importance of having layers of preparation, so that it’s possible to bug-in or bug-out as needed.

The best way for planning for any type of disaster is to have an emergency stash of equipment and goods that can be carried easily. In this way, people can live for months from just what they want to carry with them.

SurvivalUp has details on all the bare essentials that people need when they need to survive an emergency situation. One of the key factors is an emergency water supply, because humans can only survive for 3 days without water.

Similarly important is an emergency food supply, because people only survive for around 30 days without food. Compact, long-life food can be packed and carried with ease and is paramount to maintaining energy.

Other important equipment includes survival fire starters and survival shelter. This could be in the form of a tent to help keep people dry and out of the elements.

Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above.

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