People normally panic when they find themselves in an emergency situation. Though we were taught to keep calm in such a state, still the urge to be terrified is uncontrollable. However, one should do all that he or she can to battle the fright that keeps bursting out from within. Panicking will just make the situation worse. Surges of terror will just keep the mind from thinking logically and delay the search for a solution. In times of emergency, people must be quick enough to call for help. Depending on the situation, among the quickest rescue teams that you can call is the air ambulance that can get into the venue of incident within the shortest amount of time possible.
But first and foremost, there are certain reminders that you have to keep in mind. The air ambulance will surely come to the rescue, but you must also keep yourself and the persons with you alive and safe while the team it is on its way.
Make a quick call. If you have not dialed for the air ambulance yet, be fast enough to do the call as quickly as possible. If a person needs an immediate attention and the other people are present with you, ask for someone to do the call while you are attending to the injured. Do not shout generally, but ask for a specific person to do the task.
Make sure you breathe properly. In the midst of an emergency, you must take the time to take a deep breath. Your brain will not perform at its best if there’s not enough oxygen. Keep on taking deep breaths until you feel calm and you agree to yourself that you can already handle the situation. Think of the best decision and make it fast, but not rushed. Rushing might only lead you to another injury and that will just worsen the overall condition.
Avoid pointless action. Keeping calm will prevent you from doing unnecessary actions. Meaningless decisions will waste valuable time. In times of emergency, every second counts. Figure out what you have to do, don’t try to do it all yourself, but call for immediate rescue as fast as you can. While waiting for the air ambulance, you have to stay put. There’s nothing that you can do anyway. Prevent yourself from freaking out but continue taking deep breaths. If someone is injured don’t do anything unless you are very well knowledgeable on applying first aid. Just help the person keep calm and wait for the medical specialists to arrive.