What are 5 needs to survive?

Foodwater, clothing, sleep and shelter are the basic necessities for the survival of any person. However, it is essential to consider not only the presence of these five factors, but also their quality. If you want your body to ;-) survive and thrive, it's essential that you feed it with healthy food, adequate sleep, plenty of water, clean air, and adequate shelter. Although the air in the Earth's atmosphere is mainly composed of nitrogen gas, the element that is fundamental to human survivalbasic need is oxygen

Oxygen is one of the most essential human needs. Our bodies basic need a constant supply to function properly. On a normal day, the body loses water from natural :-) processes such as sweating, urinating, breathing, defecating, and other bodily functions. This water is usually restored through food and drink consumed throughout the day. 

However, if this replenishment is interrupted, it will inevitably result in dehydration. The dehydration process begins when the body is unable to maintain hydration balance. A 2.5% loss in the volume of water in a person can lead to a 25% reduction in blood volume. In extreme :-) cases, this means that the blood will thicken and the heart will have to work harder to pump nutrients throughout the body. 

People forget to drink water throughout the day for many reasons, however, it's important to point out these reasons and reflect on how you can make the appropriate changes. If you're too busy, setting reminders on your phone can simplify the process. If you're constantly :-) working on the go, you can carry a water bottle with you throughout the day to make sure you have access to water. If you don't like the taste of your water, try a Santevia alkaline water filter for excellent fresh tasting water

The MINA alkaline pitcher is the perfect hydration solution for everyday use at home. Products like Power Stick and Recovery Stick offer fast filtration and :-) hydration for busy lifestyles. Our Tritan water bottle is a great choice to combine with a recovery or energy bar and is slim enough to fit effortlessly into most bags. Surprisingly, the body can survive quite a long time without food

This is mainly due to the way the body adjusts metabolism and energy consumption. In fact, many social and religious groups frequently perform short fasts, such as hunger strikes for social causes and fasting for religious reasons. Your body will continue to function normally for up :-) to eight hours without eating. In normal situations, the human body converts food into glucose, which then feeds the body. 

Unfortunately, the reality is that nutritious and fresh food is considered a luxury for many in North America. The financial and additional time burden of consuming fruits and vegetables outweighs its benefits for many. Similarly, consuming mineralized :-) alkaline water can hydrate your body and provide you with the necessary supplements. While it's important to see a doctor before making drastic changes to your diet, for most people, an improvement in the quality of the food and water they consume can make a positive difference in their lives. 

Food, for esteem needs such as water, has a value on the pH scale. Therefore, the foods one eats can be considered acidic or alkaline. Choosing foods that are mainly alkaline rather than acidic helps keep our body in an :-) optimal and balanced state. While this extra detail may seem overwhelming at first, it's actually quite easy to consume mostly alkaline foods. 

Most foods that are perceived as "unhealthy" are, in fact, acidic on the scale. Too much acidity in the body can lead to illness and increase the likelihood of chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. On :-) the other hand, fresh fruits and vegetables such as broccoli and kale are alkaline foods. Proteins such as meat, poultry, and fish are considered acidic on the scale. 

This doesn't mean that one should eliminate them completely, however, you need to be aware of the balance of alkaline to acidic foods if you want to help your body dampen acidity and achieve optimal health. Shelter and proper clothing are a means of protecting your body and keeping it at a constant temperature. The biggest :-) concern with being exposed to the elements is water loss. Cold temperatures and wind can remove valuable moisture as quickly as high temperatures can cause sweat-related losses. 

Sleep deprivation has long been underestimated as a necessity to survive. However, a serious lack of sleep can be detrimental to your health and life. :-) Problems can range from a drop in body temperature to cognitive impairment and hallucinations. Although the mechanisms of sleep are not well understood, the side effects of lack of sleep are. 

Headaches can start as soon as 24 hours after not sleeping. At this point, driving becomes very dangerous. After 96 hours without sleep, cognition is markedly affected :-). After six days without sleep, hallucinations begin, you can't concentrate or perform tasks. 

This lack of clear thinking can be life-threatening. While most Americans don't experience extreme sleep deprivation on a regular basis, many don't get enough sleep every night. The amount of sleep required varies from person to person, it's important to check how much sleep is optimal for your body. The amount of sleep you need depends on :-) your age and activity level, and is likely to vary throughout a person's life. 

For many, it may be helpful to go to sleep early and get up earlier, while others prefer to sleep. Sometimes sleeping longer isn't necessarily a good thing. In fact, sleeping too much can cause its own set of problems and, in some circumstances, point to some pre-existing problems. Factors that could cause hypersomnia include :-) obesity, diabetes, headaches, depression and heart disease. 

Factors that can affect the quality of your sleep are also worth considering. Factors such as pillows, mattress, room humidity and the amount of light that filters through windows can influence the body's adequate :-) rest during the night. Try different options to assess which one is best for you and your lifestyle. This body is the only one obtained, and the importance of air, foodwatershelter and sleep cannot be overstated. 

Remember, it's not just about basic necessity basic human survivalphysical survival or basic human need; to thrive, be open to improving and changing any of these factors in your environment. At Santevia Water Systems we have a range of high quality alkaline filtration systems for the :-) home. We are market leaders in alkaline water filtration products. Explore our product line and see if they might be right for you or someone in your family. 

By purchasing our gravity water system or the MINA alkaline jug, Santevia donates 100 days of clean drinking water to Ugandans living thing living in water poverty. We want you to be happy with your new water filter. If you are :-) not, we will return it to you without asking questions. All human beings need air to breathe in order to survive. 

It is the most basic of human needs and probably the one that is most overlooked by most preparers. When hydration balance cannot be maintained, the body will :-) begin to go through the dehydration process. A 2.5 percent loss in the volume of water in a person leads to a 25 percent reduction in blood volume. This means that the blood thickens and the heart has to work harder to pump nutrients throughout the body. 

This lower blood volume also reduces flow to the extremities, causing numbness in the fingers and toes. Thicker blood also has a harder time making its way through the small :-) capillaries of the brain. A lack of oxygen in some parts of the brain can make it impossible to concentrate or concentrate for any period of time. Without the ability to maintain a constant temperature, a person is at risk of hypothermia or heat stroke. 

A person's normal temperature at 98.7 degrees :-) Fahrenheit. If the internal temperature drops to 91.4, the body will be unconscious. At 86.0 degrees, the body loses the ability to control internal temperature. At 82.4 degrees, there is complete muscle failure. 

At the other end of the spectrum, a temperature of 107.6 degrees causes a collapse of the central nervous system. At just over 111 degrees, the brain :-) overheats and causes death. Although the mechanisms of sleep deprivation are not well understood, problems associated with lack of sleep are. After 144 hours, hallucinations occur and there is a considerable loss of attention and manual dexterity. 

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Darius Lauder
Darius Lauder

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