Electrolyte replacement can mean the difference between life and death. Try different products until you find one you like.
It may be impossible to continue living where you are, or you may just wish to join blessed True Catholics in Brittany, go find other family members, or try to find some green space
where life will be possible.
To be able to travel and have a chance at surviving the journey, you need to put together a Bug-Out Bag.
This bag needs to have necessary-to-life items already in it, and leave enough space for clothing to be added, especially woolen walking socks.
Always pack 2 of every tool so that if one breaks or is lost, you will still have another:
2 water bottles (wide opening, insulated stainless steel)
2 small bottles of water purification tablets
2 separate containers of electrolyte replacement (salt
& sugar to add to water, very important when overheated, dizzy, after diarrhea & vomiting). Source: Outdoor sports store.
A waterproofed map of where you will be travelling
2 pots Think small & light: Camping / hiking supply store.
2 fire starters, waterproof matches, and lighters.
2 bags of small, dried kindling (for when it is raining hard, or snowing)
2 sets of cutlery
2 pairs of sunglasses, 2 pairs of prescription glasses (in sturdy cases)
2 soap bars and other hygiene
2 packets Wet Wipes
2 small towels
2 separately located (and water proofed) sets of family photos (to help you find them).
Bear spray (also good for cougars) or weapons should
be carried on your person for quick access.
2 soft hats
2 rain ponchos
2 metallic emergency blankets
2 bandanas (kerchiefs)
2 sets of paracord for tying hammock and cover tarp; boot laces, etc.
2 lightweight tarps
Ziplock bags of leaves (labelled) for making curative teas (see Devotions)
2 or more rosaries
2 crucifixes (one small for blessing water & food along with Sacred Heart Medal)
2 Brown Scapulars
Some holy medals: St. Benedict, St. Michael Archangel, Sacred Heart, Miraculous medal.
2 small fishing/ baiting kits
As many energy/ food replacement bars as you can carry for eating until legumes sprout
Dried legumes (paper towels to dampen & ziplock bags for sprouting legumes for eating)
First Aid kit with scissors & tweezers
Nitrile gloves (several pairs in a ziplock bag)
Go to Youtube and watch survival or bushcraft videos. There are many excellent ones, even some videos on packing Bug-Out Bags.