Concussions are a dangerous injury that could be lead to longterm health effects if left untreated, so the 'Tozuda' head impact sensor has been created as a way to detect if you're at risk.
The device works by being integrated onto the rear of a helmet and turning red if a dangerous hit is experienced by the person to ensure they get checked out. This makes it an ideal piece of equipment for hockey players, football players, motorcyclists and even cyclists to ensure they know whether or not they're at risk of a concussion after an impact.
The 'Tozuda' head impact sensor works without the use of electronic technology to make them implementable into your game or routine to maintain optimal health at all times.
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