How To Avoid Deadly Everyday Dangers: The Women's Safety GuideTips To Avoid Death And Disfigurement
Depressing as it is to think about bad things (such as death or disfigurement) happening to you, the truth is that if you take certain steps you can maybe avoid those things. Which is what How To Avoid Deadly Everyday Dangers: The Women’s Safety Guide wants to help you with. We put into focus many of the scary things that are out there and suggest ways you can avoid them, in a $3.99 e-book. More
Do Something To Save Yourself
To some extent, behavior modification -- do less of that, do more of the other -- can have a mitigating affect on the various things that kill or harm women every day. Taking steps that help you live longer and avoid various injuries is nowhere more useful than it is with the fifth leading cause of death for all women in America -- accidents, which primarily means car crashes, falls and fires. For these mortal threats, the changes necessary to reduce your risk mostly involve buying modification, which is much easier to do. As this book hopes to make clear, if you make smart choices in several areas -- car selection, kitchen and bathroom design, and stair awareness -- you can greatly reduce your risks on the deadly accident front.
An Overview Of Safety Issues We Talk About
-The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety lists the cars that women should avoid if safety is a top priority, and dozens of popular models are on it, including Chevrolet Cruze, Fiat 500, Ford Focus, Honda Civic, Mazda 3, Mini Cooper, Toyota Corolla, VW Golf and many more.
-How setting up a Women’s Safety Circle at work or in your neighborhood could help reduce risks that you can’t overcome on your own.
-For the sake of home decor concerns, women forego useful (but unattractive) bathroom safety features.
-Women are largely unaware of how much scarring (mostly on the face) results from various injuries, particularly from the car crashes that are the primary cause of death for women under 35.
-Open-concept rooms that include kitchens increase dangers from fires, stabbings, scalding and falls.
-Why pregnant women should seriously reconsider the time they spend in cars and the way they drive.
-Living alone can present special safety challenges that can be mostly overcome with some thought and some spending.
-The value of having a place to go during a home invasion or other personal attack.
-Don’t leave anything loose in your car that you wouldn’t want to have hit you in the face one day.
-How to spot a potential abuser before you start a relationship and it’s too late.
-How drinking coffee can leave you scarred for life, on the face, chest and in your lap.
-Perhaps it isn’t necessary to use a deadly weapon (an 8-inch butcher knife) to cut up the carrots and celery for the healthy soup you’re making.
-Keeping teenage girls out of cars driven by teenage boys by using parent pools, taxi and limo services would reduce their death rate.
-Adults backing up cars can easily avoid running over children or pets without the use of a rear-view camera, if they make a little extra effort.
-If you’re planning on a romantic evening, you should probably consider the need to practice safe candles.
-How thinking about a disastrous situation can help you stop it from actually happening.
-A specific suggestion for how you could avoid ever stopping for gas again, and why it’s important that your gas tank should be as full as you can keep it.
-Carry personal medical information to aid emergency workers.
-Red and processed meats present a special kind of danger.
-Techniques for avoiding the deadliest type of car crash that can happen to you.
-A personal emergency kit should be built for life as you really drive it.
-Why you might want to get your tub converted into a shower stall.
-A flat tire doesn’t mean your can’t drive your car if you think you’re in danger where you are.
-Ways that you might be attracting people looking for someone to rob.
-Bringing an infant into bed to sleep with you can be a very bad idea.
-Unique dangers for people who ride in those 15-seat vans.
-Putting kids, pets or anything you hold precious in the third row of a compact CUV is an extremely bad decision.
-How bumper stickers can put your security at risk.
-Opening your door (even with a chain) can be the biggest mistake you’ll ever make.