Undisclosed Mask Dangers

Undisclosed Mask Dangers

There is evidence to suggest chronic mask-wearing can have unintended health effects:

Masked individuals have a much higher inspiratory flow rate than non-masked individuals.

In a study of new masks, removed from the manufactures packing, as well as used cloth masks, showed microscopic loose particulate matter on each type of mask.

If even a small portion of mask fibers are detached by inspiratory airflow, then there is the possibility of entry of foreign material into the airways and also entry to deep lung tissue. This potentially has pathological consequences of foreign bodies in the lungs.

There is a concern of macrophage response and other immune and inflammatory and fibroblast responses to these inhaled particles.

If widespread masking continues, then the potential for inhaling mask fibers and biological debris continues on a daily basis for hundreds of millions of people. The pathological risk of this has not been evaluated.

“Mask mouth” — tooth decay, gum line recession, and potent bad breath is another effect that has raised alarms. Dentists have started seeing inflammation in people’s gums that have not been previously reported and cavities in people who have never had them before.

Other common symptoms associated with extensive mask-wearing include fatigue, headaches, shortness of breath, and anxiety which are likely due to hypoxia.

Face masks “pose a serious risk to the healthy,” as the masks can lead to a concentration of viruses in the nasal passages where they can “enter the olfactory nerves and travel to the brain,” according to Dr. Russell Blaylock. He observed that the N-95 masks can likely cause hypoxia when worn for hours and reduce blood oxygen by as much as 20% which can lead to loss of consciousness. In addition, hypoxia (low blood oxygen concentration), is associated with impairment of immune function. Essentially, your mask may put you at increased risk of infections and if so, have a much worse outcome.

Most people are being bombarded with mainstream media propaganda that seeks to convince you that masks are necessary to prevent the spread of covid-19. It is understandable that you would want to wear masks because you think they will save lives. However, if you carefully evaluate the evidence, independent of the mainstream narrative, you will likely conclude that their recommendation has nothing to do with decreasing the spread of the virus but more to indoctrinate you into submission.

Many objections to mask-wearing requirements are not to the mask s themselves, but to the mandate, and well-documented consequences such as oxygen deprivation as we already see that most people wear a mask in public regardless of government mandates, but it is entirely irresponsible and unethical for the government to mandate such practice on anyone, especially non-symptomatic individuals. By submitting to mask-wearing mandates, we are likely setting the stage for inevitable mandatory vaccinations.

With covid-19 fatality rates as low as they are, mandatory mask-wearing, social distancing, lock-downs, and business shutdowns are not only ineffective and unnecessary but these measures also contribute to a global economic collapse. It appears that the justification for this narrative is to increase fear, tyranny, and transfer wealth to the upper classes.

Last year they said we just need to slow down the rate of infection to avoid increasing deaths and overcrowding of our hospitals. How did we go from that to now having to wear a mask everywhere until every trace of the virus has been eliminated, even though the vast majority of the population remains asymptomatic and doesn’t spread the disease? It is likely that at some point in the future you will be given a trade-off: mask mandates will be dropped as long as everyone gets vaccinated, but that is for another day and another discussion.

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Undisclosed Mask Dangers

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