Summer travel|Safety protection you must know

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Summer is a season suitable for travel,

Mountain climbing, camping, river upstream,

Here comes the last trip that says go,

Feel the intimate contact with nature,

But there are also many unknown dangers in travel.

1. Long-sleeved trousers are recommended for long-distance travel in summer. Long-sleeved long-sleeves not only protect against sun, but also resist mosquito bites, making them safer in the wild.

2. Socks are very important. If necessary, you can tuck your pants into the socks to avoid bugs getting in.

3. Girls should not spray perfume or smear things that are very fragrant. Some insects are very sensitive to odors and can easily trigger their attacks.

4. The color of the clothes should not be too bright, the reason is the same as above.

5. Don't sit in places with lots of damp debris. Snakes like these places and are easy to hide.

6. You can find a long wooden stick to explore the way in the dense weeds.

7. Don't panic when you encounter a snake, you can try to cover the snake's head with clothes, or you can run around in a circle, the speed of the snake around the circle can't catch up with humans.

8. Pay close attention to the weather when going out in summer, and then go out again to ensure that the weather will not rain. However, it is also necessary to prepare the rain to be useful. The weather in summer is cloudy.

9. Make sure you are in good health before traveling.

10. The summer weather is hot, even at home, it is easy to heat stroke, so you must do a good job of protection when you go out, bring heat stroke medicine and mineral water. After the heat stroke, you should sit in a ventilated and cool place to rest, and then continue to set off after recovering your physical strength.

11. Outdoors, easily allergic. The sun is also a source of allergies. Be sure to understand your physical condition before taking off and bring allergy medicines.

12. If you encounter an emergency such as heavy rain, landslides, etc., you must find a place where the water does not rise and the geology is firm. To spare brightly colored things in the bag, you can let the rescuers quickly search for your location.

13. If bitten by a snake or insect, first determine its toxicity. If it is non-toxic, you can wipe it with soapy water to reduce pain. If you are not sure whether it is toxic, you can ask your partner to take a picture to facilitate the doctor's judgment. At the same time, you must clean the wound with clean water, then squeeze out the venom, ligature the proximal end of the wound with a rope or cloth as soon as possible and put the affected limb in a low position to slow down the rate of toxins flowing back into the body. When rushing to the first aid point, it is best to have someone carrying or carrying. If there is no one, the injured person should move slowly to avoid running, so as to prevent the rapid circulation of blood and rapid spread of toxins.