Most likely the helmet is either too tight or it doesn't fit your head properly. This probably caused a compression of the nerves in the area and thus they "went numb". Just like your foot falling asleep if you sit on your hip just right. Another cause could be due to lack of blood flow to that area (same reason).
If you think your head is worth protecing then a helmet is worth wearing.
Wearing a helmet protects the head, and many of your body's systems are controlled from there.
bye wearing a helmet u can block urr head tht way u dont get a injury
Imagine having a hard beaseball hit your head. Helmets protect your head from any damage something can do to you. Remember: by wearing a helmet, you're staying safe.
By wearing proper padding whenever you play something you can injure your head doing. If your building something on a construction site, wear a hard hat. And if your playing football or riding your bike, wear a helmet that properly fits your head. Wear a helmet during activities in which deals with you bumping your head.
They have to wear a special helmet with a weiner hole in the middle of the helmet. It is at the top of the helmet.
Because you dont want to crack open your head or get a concussion.
As long as you don't fall off, wearing a helmet or not doesn't matter. But if you should fall off, a helmet offers easy and inexpensive protection against head injuries.
Head injuries during accidents can be very traumatic if one is not wearing a motorbike helmet. Often times, these accidents can result in brain trauma and comas.
Wearing a bicycle helmet can greatly decrease the risk of head trauma. Other injuries on bicycles will not be affected by helmet use. The helmet is there to protect the head.
It looks like a bull's head
cracked head or knot or scrape