Over the years many children have drowned because they simply didn’t have the skill to swim. Which is why I am going to create an instructional tutorial including some things you will need to know during bad situations in the water.
Tip 1 (Floating) - When in and around water, everyone should or may I say MUST know how to float. The first thing that can help your body float is movement. When in the water, the best movement to use to stay buoyant is the classic doggy paddle. But that can run you low on energy so when you’re in the situation of trying to stay afloat but you are too tired, simply roll onto your back and stick your gluteus maximus as high as can go. That way your body will stay floating and you wont have to worry about drowning.
Tip 2 (Conditions and surroundings) - When swimming in the ocean there will always be the possibility of the weather changing, whirlpools beginning and potentially, shark surroundings. In the happenings of the weather changing, from sunny to stormy, the best thing to do is to evacuate the ocean in case the tide rips you away. And possibly drowns you like a murderer taking a hostage and putting them in a mincer. And second to last but not least, when a whirlpool begins and catches you the worst possible thing to do is to fight it because that will just tire you out and eventually you will drown.So in case of that matter, instead of fighting the whirlpool, you should swim around it and try and find an opening hole to safely swim out of.
To finish off this instructional tip advisor, we are going to talk about the situation of a shark surrounding you. First of all DO NOT PANIC. To safely escape the shark, swim away as calm as possible that way the shark will not notice you and you will get out of the beach alive.
This was a little explanation on how to survive in and around water.