It’s the latest twist in the debate over wearing your helmets on the beach, as a new study finds that wearing them at the top of your head could actually reduce your risk of head injuries.
What is a helmet?
A headgear is a piece of headgear that protects the head and neck from the impact of falling debris.
When worn properly, a helmet reduces head injuries and other head-related problems by reducing the risk of injury to the brain.
However, it can also reduce other types of injuries.
Why should you wear a helmet if you are going to be in a head-on collision?
The main reason people wear helmets is to protect themselves from impacts, particularly those from falling objects.
If you’re going to fall on a hard surface, such as rocks or logs, a head helmet can protect your head from some of the forces that would cause serious injuries.
But if you fall on soft surfaces such as sand or sandpaper, your helmet can actually increase your risk, as the helmet’s visor is more likely to cover the lower parts of your face, such that your face and neck are exposed to a greater amount of impact.
If your helmet is too large, you may be able to get a “crack” in your head that could cause a brain injury.
Do I need to wear a headgear to go to the beach?
You don’t need to be wearing a helmet to go swimming, skiing or other outdoor activities at the moment.
However there is a risk that a helmet could become detached from your head and you could suffer head injuries from a head injury.
Should I wear a mask to protect myself from UV radiation?
Yes, you need to have a mask on to protect your face.
You can use a face mask if you have: a severe sunburn