If your child experiences a bump to the head during a game or practice, keep an eye out for the possible signs, which may include grogginess, pressure, getting physically sick and forgetfulness, to name a few. Learn more signs and symptoms here and download our sports safety PDF for more information on preventing concussions.
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The right sporting equipment, listening to coaches, and following the safety rules of a sport can help reduce your teen's risk of a concussion. And if your teen has had a hard hit to the head, check for signs and make sure they take it easy.
A helmet's performance relies on the fit and whether or not the helmet is appropriate for the activity. Remember that skateboarding helmets and biking helmets are different. Learn more information here!