5 Tips to Prevent Sleep Deprivation

5 Tips to Prevent Sleep Deprivation

 5 Tips to Prevent Sleep DeprivationSix to eight hours of sleep every day is the amount of rest we need to keep our brain and body healthy and prepared for any challenge. When we’re young, we could manage with less sleep. But as we age, our ability to tolerate the sleep deprivation effects diminishes drastically. And when we find ourselves in a survival situation, the lack of proper sleep will influence us even more than in our usual daily life. Read more “5 Tips to Prevent Sleep Deprivation”

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Hammock camping!

Hammock camping
Josh “The 7 P’s of Survival

12-4-15 hammockThis Week on the 7 P’s of Survival Live Show we will be talking all things hammock camping and winter hammock camping with the guys from Jacksrbetter.com! I have had the pleasure of using their Mt. Washington and Winter Nest Underquilts Read more “Hammock camping!”

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Sleep, Ebola, Goal attainment, & Earthquakes!

Sleep, Ebola, Goal attainment, & Earthquakes!
Host: Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy “The Survival Medicine Hour

SleepIn this episode of The Doom and Bloom Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss several issues that are pertinent to various aspects of survival.

Sleep Deprivation: In a survival situation, the many activities of daily survival will eat into your sleep time, and that will affect your decision-making efficiency and general health. We’ll discuss the medical aspects of the problem and how to stay at 100%. Both conventional and alternative remedies are discussed in detail. Read more “Sleep, Ebola, Goal attainment, & Earthquakes!”

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