With the holidays fast approaching, it’s easy to forget about the risks you face.
Here are some tips to keep your loved ones safe during the most beautiful time of year.1.
Don’t drink and drive.
If you’ve ever gone on a cruise, you know how dangerous it can be to drink and be reckless with your body.
Take this advice to heart: Drink plenty of water and avoid driving while intoxicated.
The good news is that the risk is small.
The risk of dying from a car crash increases significantly as you get older.2.
Don´t leave a lot of valuables behind.
Even if you have a big suitcase, you should only leave a few items, like your keys, money and jewelry behind.
Don, you can also store some jewelry in a pocket, in your backpack, or even in your clothes.3.
Make sure you have plenty of food.
You can take your family to the grocery store if you plan to stay at a hotel, or you can eat out.
But remember, there is a higher risk of getting sick from eating at restaurants.4.
If your car breaks down, call the emergency services.
The cost of a trip to the hospital can be high if you are alone, so call the authorities if you need to get medical attention.5.
Never drive yourself or someone else on a crowded highway.
It is better to have someone drive you to your destination, rather than to try to pull off on the highway.6.
Keep your cell phone and keys safe.
Always lock your phone and the keys, and make sure you don´t take out your wallet or jewelry.7.
Keep a bottle of water with you.
If a friend or family member asks you to go to the bathroom, use the restroom as soon as possible.8.
Don`t leave your keys at home.
If someone is trying to break into your home, it is better if they leave your key there.
If the intruder does not come out, call your local police.9.
Avoid getting into fights.
Donât leave any kind of confrontation or fights happening in your home.
Stay away from fights, or get into them.10.
Don t let your dog out in the open.
Keep him on a leash, but donât let him loose on the street or parks.11.
Stay hydrated and keep your skin healthy.
Drinking water is essential for your health, so drink plenty of it and stay hydrated.