It would be not wrong to say that we are living in the most peacefull time of history! but that fact remain the same, that the world is a dangerous place.A small habit or little difference can decide between the death and survival
So, inorder to help all of our readers to drastically improve their safety without doing much of the work , we are here with 7 life hacks that might just save your life one day.
1. Keys, money, and a charged phone.
Keys, money and cellphone should be always with you when every you go out!
Why is it important? You with your cellphone can get help any time from your friends and family, or to call rescue service in an emergency. Keys to ride back home. Your phone, in addition, may become a means of saving other people’s lives. Always keep your phone charged.
2. Apologize if you bump into someone.
To be away from any sort of trouble, Say sorry and keep going, even if you are sure its not your mistake for bumping into someone.
Why is it important? You never know what is the condition of the person, who you ran into. A person you’ve touched may be carrying a weapon or be drunk or high. They may be extremely angry or upset. A simple apology may save you so much more.
3. Always find at least 3 exits.
Wherever you go, be it a concert, a railway station, or even a school, make sure you see 3 exits. It can be both easy and hard. Scan the space with your eyes so that even if there’s only one door you’ll find at least three ways out — for example, large French windows.
Why is it important? If something bad happens, it’ll be too late to look for an exit. If you’ve found and memorized them in advance, you’ll be able to move toward one of them almost without thinking.
4. Play the “find a bad guy” game.
One of the game, that is also a fun, you should play quite often whenever people are arround is called “Find a bad guy” take a good look at People around you, and find who is too nervous, too angry, or too frightened?
Why is it important? Our intuition is rarely mistaken. If someone appears dangerous to you, then they probably are. Try to keep away from them.
5.Count the Seats to the Emergency Exits on a Plane
I you should also get into the habit of counting the seats between you and the emergency exits on an airplane.
Because if the plane fills up with smoke (as it often does in many emergency situations) the backup lighting is rarely strong enough to guide you. Add lots of confusion, instability, choking, and panic and you might not find the exit at all.
But if you know there are 9 seats until your nearest exit, you can count the headrests with your hand.
6. Strengthen your wrists.
If you’ve ever tried doing chin-ups, you know that your wrists get tired the fastest. Do wrist exercises every day with the help of hand grips.
Why is it important? There are many potential emergency situations where you may need to hold on to a narrow ledge. A strong grip and trained wrist muscles will allow you to stay safe for as long as it might be needed.
7. Escaping from a sinking car.
To get out of a sinking car it’s necessary to first unbuckle your seat belt. Instead of opening the door, roll the window down. If you don’t have your window open, break the glass with a special tool or any heavy object (for instance, a removable headrest).
Why is it important? There’s only one minute to escape, so you’ll only lose time trying to open the door which will not budge because of the water pressure.