How to keep your eyes open and your head up during the season opener

How to stay calm during the NFL season opener, whether you’re playing in a dome or at home, in this article.

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Wear glasses, don’t wear sunglasses The first rule of sports: Don’t wear glasses.

You’ll probably notice it’s not a huge deal, but it’s also not a deal-breaker.

Just make sure your eyes are clear.

Even a tiny bit of blur can be a problem.

If you see a blur or distortion in the background, take a moment to breathe and try to clear your mind.

2.

Take care of your eyes When you’re going through a concussion, you might notice your vision is blurry.

If that’s the case, make sure you’re wearing proper protective eyewear.

These include a contact lens that can reduce the risk of getting damaged in a collision, and a pair of sunglasses that block out the glare of a bright, bright light.

3.

Wear sunscreen If you’re heading into the season at home for the first time, take extra care to wear sunscreen, especially if you’re taking a road trip.

Wear a long-sleeved shirt and pants or long pants, preferably with a hood, if you can.

Avoid wearing long sleeves, or loose fitting clothing that could expose your skin.

4.

Make sure your phone is connected to a charger If you have a smartphone, try to keep it connected to your phone charger, even if you don’t need it.

A charger can provide electricity for your phone, and charging it is safer and less costly than using an outlet.

5.

If your helmet is not waterproof, wear a long sleeve shirt and a hat.

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Don’t leave the house alone When you arrive at the house, take your helmet, goggles and earmuffs off, if they’re available, and leave the room until the car is ready to leave.

You may also want to take your phone with you, and try not to leave it there.

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Watch for signs of infection You should be fine if you aren’t infected.

If the symptoms of concussion aren’t apparent immediately after the injury, call 911 and get medical help right away.

If they start to appear, check with your doctor or the concussed-care team.

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Practice caution on social media If you are a fan of the NFL, don: Don://twitter.com/NFL Twitter: @NFL @ESPN Facebook: NFL Twitter: Facebook: Facebook.com.

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Keep your eyes on the ball When you get hit, don