How to use a football helmet to protect your eyes and head from head injuries
The helmet protects your eyes, ears, neck and back, and protects your brain, a study suggests.
The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Neurology, suggests a number of things to consider before purchasing a football-specific helmet.
In the study, researchers examined the effects of wearing a football football helmet for more than four hours.
They found that the helmet significantly reduced the amount of pressure on the head and neck.
The researchers also found that wearing a helmet for four hours reduced the risk of concussions, but they said they did not find any evidence of a statistically significant difference between wearing a regular helmet and a football one.
The researchers also note that the results were consistent for all of the participants, so there was no need to exclude the possibility that other factors could have affected the findings.
“The main finding is that wearing football helmets for four or more hours reduces the risk for concussion by almost half,” study author Dr. David L. Cohen, an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, said in a statement.
“This is a very significant result.”
Cohen added that he thinks it is important to note that this is a single study.
That means there are still some limitations to the study.
For instance, the helmet was not worn for a full eight hours.
However, a full four hours is more than enough time for most people to wear a helmet without discomfort, the study authors noted.
The findings were not all positive.
The helmets also caused some people to experience headache and dizziness.
It is not clear whether this was due to the helmet wearing, the researchers said.
The results were also inconclusive for people who were younger, female, or who had lower socioeconomic status.
The study authors say more research is needed to understand how wearing a baseball-style helmet affects players.