Things You Should Know to Survive in a Critical Situation
Escape a rip current.
When swimming in the sea, we can face a dangerous phenomenon called “rip current“ or simply ”rip." It can appear in any place. When we get caught with it, our instinct tells us to swim to the shore as quickly as possible. But, as a result, we only move away from it. If you get caught in a rip tide, don’t swim straight to the shore: move diagonally or parallel to it to get out of the current. Rips aren’t wide, so you can swim across them to save your life.