How to use a football helmet to keep your game-day headache at bay

Football helmets are designed to protect your head from concussions.

They are the safest part of your headgear.

But they’re not the only part of the headgear you should wear.

They also play a role in the brain.

When a person has a head injury, the brain’s electrical activity slows down, which reduces the brain activity.

If the brain is damaged in the aftermath of a head trauma, the damage to the brain can cause other problems.

So while football helmets protect your brain, they also may protect your skull, according to Dr. David Dao, a neurosurgeon who directs the Center for Head and Neck Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and the University of Pennsylvania.

Dao, who has been studying the effects of head injuries on the brain for years, said football helmets are not perfect.

The helmets need to be adjusted every time you use them.

But the helmets do provide some protection against brain damage.

But it’s not 100 percent protective, Dao said.

The more you wear the helmet, the less protection it offers.

The brain gets injured in the gameA person’s brain gets damaged during a head-on collision.

But not all collisions are collisions that occur during the game.

It can also happen in the course of a physical activity.

In sports like football, the players or coaches who are hit by a helmet may not even realize they’ve been hit.

For some, the head injury can be mild, but the brain gets bruised and damaged, leading to a neurological disorder called traumatic brain injury (TBI).

The damage to a brain can affect the function of certain parts of the brain and cause problems in everyday life.

The most common type of brain injury in football involves a concussed player who is not moving.

This is called “cranial tachycardia” and is a type of “bump” in the heart or blood vessels.

This type of injury can also be caused by another type of head injury.

In the past, players have been asked to wear helmets with padding to help reduce the impact on the head.

But this padding has not been designed to absorb impacts from the impact of a helmet.

In fact, some studies have shown that wearing a padding can increase the risk of TBI.

A football helmet does not protect against the brain injury that is caused by the impact caused by a head helmetIn fact, Daul believes the most effective helmet for protecting your brain from a head impact is one that’s designed to help you keep your head safe during a football game.

Football helmets are made of polycarbonate, which is plastic and has a foam layer that is a thin layer of air between the plastic and the foam.

When the football is hit, this layer of foam contracts and is compressed, creating pressure on the skull.

The pressure on your brain makes the brain work harder, preventing it from bleeding.

This compression also increases the amount of blood in your brain and makes it harder for your brain to repair itself, Dau said.

In football, players tend to wear the most protective helmet because of the way the foam layers absorb impact.

But Dao believes that the best way to keep the helmet from becoming too large is to add padding.

He recommends a helmet that is designed to fit snugly on your head, so that the padding can be pushed up over the top of your skull.

Daul said the padding helps to protect against brain injuries, but it can also make a difference in other areas of your life, such as mental health.

In order to protect yourself from a concussion, the first thing to do is get an MRI.

The goal is to get a good look at your brain.

MRI scans are important to determine the extent of the injury and determine how much brain damage is left.

A good MRI shows how much damage is caused in the head and neck, and how much the brain was damaged in other parts of your body.

When you see a doctor, you can tell if you’re having a concussion by your symptoms.

If you have symptoms of a concussion that include dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, difficulty concentrating or memory problems, or if you have trouble remembering what happened or what happened during the previous game, you might need to see a neurologist.

Daul said he sees people in their 30s and 40s who were injured by a blow to the head in a game or another serious incident.

People who were hit by footballs can also have other brain injuries like stroke or other neurological disorders.

If you have questions about your brain injury, consult with a doctor.