Post by wornout on Apr 25, 2020 13:40:10 GMT
I knew this by using my common sense and experience.
“A person wearing any kind of mask faces breathing resistance as air filters through the device,
making the wearer work harder to inhale than he would without the mask. This can have several
adverse physiological effects when the mask is worn for long periods of time. Moreover, carbon
dioxide that is exhaled can get trapped in the chamber of the mask the re-enter the body each time
the mask user inhales. This delivers less oxygen into the body than when the person is not wearing a
“It can lead to oxygen shortage, suffocation, respiration trouble, and heart attacks,” said Dr D Saha,
scientist and additional director at the Central Pollution Control Board.
He pointed out that masks are a potential source of bacteria and viruses. “The moisture from
exhalation inside the mask, when in constant contact with the 37 degrees Celsius warm human body,
becomes ideal place for virus and bacteria to thrive,” he said. This could result in the growth of
microbes on masks and aid the spread of airborne diseases like influenza.”
“No good choices: A mask may block out some pollution but have other ill health effects
A mask may also cause respiratory distress and become a hotbed for microbes to thrive.”
““It seems kind of intuitively obvious that if you put something—whether it’s a scarf or a mask—in
front of your nose and mouth, that will filter out some of these viruses that are floating around out
there,” says Dr. William Schaffner, professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases at
Vanderbilt University. The only problem: that’s not likely to be effective against respiratory illnesses
like the flu and COVID-19. If it were, “the CDC would have recommended it years ago,” he says. “It
doesn’t, because it makes science-based recommendations.”
“The science, according to the CDC, says that surgical masks won’t stop the wearer from inhaling
small airborne particles, which can cause infection.”
“Public Health Experts Keep Changing Their Guidance on Whether or Not to Wear Face Masks for
“The average healthy person does not need to have a mask, and they shouldn’t be wearing masks,” Dr.
Perencevich said. “There’s no evidence that wearing masks on healthy people will protect them. They
wear them incorrectly, and they can increase the risk of infection because they’re touching their face
“Just because it’s a respiratory virus doesn’t mean it gets into your body through breathing,” he said.
“It can enter when your contaminated hands touch your mouth or face. So wash your hands, and
don’t touch your mouth or face without washing your hands first.”
“No, You Do Not Need Face Masks To Prevent Coronavirus—They Might Increase Your Infection Risk”
Well, it sure looks like the clowns in charge, just want the people upset by causing them to worry,
thus lowering the immune systems and through that weakness, they are breathing in less oxygen
along with ”bugs” growing in their masks and increasing their chance of getting sick. It is known that
oxygen kills germs.