Thursday, December 13, 2012

Bug Out Bag Additions for Survival Hygiene

Proper hygiene is an important part of survival. It can help you avoid numerous complications that could affect your overall health and well-being. One of the simplest things you can do is add a couple of items to your BOB or GHB to make your survival a little more pleasant. A small tube of toothpaste and a toothbrush should be an almost mandatory part anyone's bug out bag. 

In a survival situation, a little hygiene will go a long way. A little toothpaste and a toothbrush will go a long way in helping you to keep dental problems from becoming a threat to your survival.

Got "bear breath"?

Staying above the water line!



Anonymous said...

And don't forget flossing, that dental floss comes in handy for other things as well. A multi-use item for a fact. Check out this link for a few of them.

For those of us with heart conditions, there is a direct link with tooth disease and your heart - it can lead to dangerous situations.

Ken said..., it adds a certain degree of "normalcy" to an otherwise dreary situation...(?)

Andrew Jackson said...

If you wash your face, hands and brush your teeth. That routine really goes a long way to make you feel better about the situation at hand.

JRS Medical

RamboMoe said...

Yeah it's a great idea to include a toothbrush and paste in your BOB (along with some floss, which can double as fishing wire, sewing thread, stitching wounds, etc)

Another thing- TOILET PAPER. It's one of those things no one thinks about until it runs out...

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