How to use a hammock in the wild?
Sleeping in the wild is both romantic and unavoidable. Romance is that I have an experience of immersing myself in nature and the fusion of nature; anxiety is that I will be scratched. Therefore, the use of the hammock can make you only romantic in your heart, but not worried.
The hammock is a light and easy-to-carry bedding for outdoor activities. According to the materials manufactured, it can be divided into cloth hammock and rope net hammock. The former is usually sewn with thin sails or nylon cloth, and the latter is knitted with cotton rope or nylon rope. The rope net hammock is especially suitable for tropical jungles and hot summers, while the cloth hammock has a wider range of applications. It can be used in other seasons except in severe cold areas and winter.
The tree on which the hammock is tied must be thicker, and it is better that the trunk does not deform after the weight of the human body. This is mainly from the perspective of caring for the tree.
If you use a hammock for temporary rest in the wild, you don’t need to tie the hammock tightly. If you use a hammock to sleep in the wild, you should straighten the hammock as much as possible. Because people sleep on a hammock, the hammock will droop and bend greatly due to weight, and the body of the person who sleeps in the hammock will also bend accordingly. It is very uncomfortable for a long time. Pulling the hammock as straight as possible can reduce the bending degree of the hammock and make sleep more comfortable. In addition, don’t tie the hammock too high, it is more suitable to be one meter above the ground, so that it is convenient to get on and off the hammock.