How to Avoid Bursting into Flames - SHC
Spontaneous Human Combustion or SHC is a freaky occurrence that is controversial. It is when the body ignites on fire from "within". This is a "wick" fire.
There are skeptics, despite documented cases with witnesses. Interviews have been conducted with "almost victims" who have survived. What can you do to avoid Bursting into Flames?
Things You'll Need:
- NICE TO HAVE
- Fire foam spray retardant
- or FLAME retardant spray
- natural colon cleanser
- CPR certification
- Step 1
There are may theories as to what would cause spontaneous human combustion, aka, SHC. Some victims do have a few things in common. The first is being overweight. Many feel that being overweight increases the risk factor. This is unlikely, since many victims are skinny. This theory coincides with the theory that methane gas develops in the intestine. This has not been proven either, so it remains a theory.
CONCLUSION: It doesn't hurt to keep weight in normal ranges but that alone will not protect you. Keeping enough natural fiber in your body to have "good bowel" habits might be a wise idea.
- Step 2
Being Alone - While not a theory, a common theme has been observed with victims. The victims often spend excessive amounts of time alone. This coincides with the fact that the incidences are almost always occurring indoors.
CONCLUSION: Keep company around and stay outside as much as possible. It may help. Friends literally can save a friend's life.
- Step 3
The static electricity theory. Well this is pretty good theory but still unproven. The thought is that static electricity builds up in our body, and that some external force ignites it. There were two potential victims that did talk about their static laden lives. While unproven, there is one case of potential SHC treated due to static buildup. Meanwhile, it is highly unlikely that a static charge could build to a level high enough to cause someone to burst into flames.
CONCLUSION: Stay away from combustibles. Perhaps hydrating more would take care of the static. Drink more water. Humidify rooms. Keep fire extinguishers handy. Keep clothing away from candles.