Spring break is right around the corner and there are several precautions that need to be taken to ensure the best experience.
This is the time when young college students flock to places like Miami, FL and Cancun, MX in droves. They are on a mission to soak up some sun, have fun and let their hair down before finals.
However, what we all know as a generally classic good time with friends can sometimes suddenly have a drastic and scary ending.
Heading out of town to your spring break vacation?
Here are 6 precautions you should always stay aware of and how to deal with them as they come:
Alcohol Poisoning/Drug Overdose.
One thing is for certain, you can never be too cautious when it comes to drinking and drugs.
There are so many scenarios that can happen to anyone, at any moment. From drug overdoses and date rape drugs to accidental self-inflicted alcohol poisoning and blacking out, you must always be knowledgeable, aware, cautious of your situation and ready to take action at any time.
Here’s what to do: Call 911 immediately and in the meantime make sure that the individual stays on their side if they’re laying down, NEVER on their backs. This reduces the risk of death from choking on their vomit. Watch their breathing and continue to look after them, but whatever you do, do not leave them alone or unattended until help comes.
Focus on Precautions for Fights during Spring Break.
We’ve all seen them and may have even been a part of one or two in our lifetime.
However, when a fight breaks out, there are serious safety precautions you must take and be ready for.
Here’s what to do: Stay calm, however, make sure to access the situation quickly. If it seems like a heated verbal argument and no one is