The Method of the day for Survivalists:
Howdy… Jason here and one part of the holy trinity of survival is keeping warm, because hypothermia kills!
So you must conserve every tiny bit of heat your body generates. And one of the best ways to do this is to wear multiple layers of clothing.
Also keep your clothes dry at all costs, because wet clothing will draw heat from your body and cool you down lightening fast.
For this reason, always wear the most waterproof garment you have as the top layer to keep all the other layers dry.
If you have the opportunity to share body heat with someone else, in a double sleeping bag, for example, then go for it.
You lose most heat though your head, so it’s vital you keep that covered with the most efficient insulation you can find. This is no time for worrying about sartorial elegance.
Keep your bladder emptied and jettison other body waste material to avoid heat being wasted keeping this unwanted waste material at body temperature.
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