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Instructions during the New Year's Eve celebration

Instructions for protecting from the risk of heart attack
and car accidents during the New Year's Eve celebration

First: a high risk of heart attacks

The following is recommended:
- Avoid intense physical effort, fatigue, and stress.
- Drink water and take breaks at parties.
- Don’t drink too much alcohol
- Keep your body warm by wearing winter clothing or winter-protective clothing.

When feeling chest pain or discomfort, you should take the following steps:
- sit back and rest
- call an ambulance
- It is advisable to seek the help of the treating physician, if found, until the paramedics arrive.

Second: a high risk of car accidents during the holidays:
Steps to be taken to alleviate this risk:
- Don’t drink and drive
- Don’t drive too fast and recklessly
- Respect the traffic law: signs, road intersection, traffic destination ...
- Respect the instructions of the security forces at all times.
- Don’t use a cell phone when driving.
- Put on the seat belt at all times, for all people in the car.
- Ensure the vehicle's validity, readiness and mechanical status.
- Fire extinguisher must exist.
- First aid kit must exist.
- Don’t drive in case of extreme fatigue or drowsiness.

Third: Carbon monoxide poisoning
Symptoms include mild headache, dizziness, fatigue and weakness, nausea, shortness of breath, and loss of consciousness
The following is recommended:
- Don’t ignite wood or coal in closed places. Leave adequate ventilation in the room, keep the stoves clean, and ensure that all heating and heating systems in the house meet the general safety conditions.
- In case of any of the above symptoms, you should immediately go to the open air.
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