Updated: Nov 22, 2020
Will wearing a face mask, using hand sanitizers, staying 6-13 ft apart, and quarantining entire populations mitigate pandemics? Learn the TRUTH from experts and official sources now.
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The most recent 2020 study on face masks concludes:
And, it doesn't take long before serious medical conditions can arise after prolonged use of a mask. Skin irritations, bacterial lung infections, decreased immunity, hypoxia, hypercapnia, medical and emotional distress, feelings of isolation and distrust, mouth diseases, and elevated risks of a false positive Covid19 test are just some of the issues we are seeing.
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Herein is described the negative effects of the wearing of masks. Below is a summary of the most important points:
A higher virus concentration can develop in the mouth cap, which increases the chance of infection.
The risk of other micro-organisms entering through careless use of mouth masks can promote co-infection.
The increased difficulty of inhaling sufficient oxygen costs more energy. As a result, less energy is available for other important metabolic processes and the immune system.
Harmful substances in the mouth caps can damage the cilia, mucous layer and lung epithelium, making it easier for viruses and bacteria to penetrate.
Non-verbal communication, essential for human contact, is severely limited. Speaking louder is necessary to understand each other. For people with hearing difficulties, people with mental problems and people with a disability, wearing mouth masks is terrible (Blustein, 2020). Mandatory masks are therefore discriminatory because it will require a certain group of people to participate less in society.
Stress causes a higher heart rate and can increase body temperature. This undermines the natural immune system.
People may feel tired and uncomfortable while wearing mouth masks. For people with one or more chronic diseases, this causes an increased risk of worsening the situation.
The WHO advises against wearing mouth masks during exercise because of the high risks of becoming unwell, getting too low of oxygen, and heart or lung diseases (WHO Newsletter, June 22, 2020). This also requires caution with cycling and walking.
The worldwide mandatory wearing of mouth masks / medical masks has already caused a negative effect on the earth due to the increase in plastic waste. The earth is becoming further depleted due to increasing environmental pollution. As a result, there is a greater chance of infections with new or revived micro-organisms (pandemics).
Focusing on face masks undermines recovery and prevention for the new wave.
The increase in the number of people tested positive and at the same time a decrease in the number of people who die of COVID-19 can be seen in several countries, including the United States. Because mortality rates are decreasing and the number of measured infections is increasing, the infection fatality ratio has decreased to about 0.26%, which is in the range of a flu season.
The chances of a COVID-19 vaccine becoming available for the winter are slim; it is expected in the second quarter of 2021. That is after the next flu season. If it is decided to make oral masks compulsory more often, there is a risk that this will weaken the natural immune system in many people. For people with chronic illnesses (58% of the population) in the Netherlands, we can speak of a less effective immune system. And an effective immune system (with good humoral and cellular immunity) is needed to attenuate another wave of any virus. In addition, a weakened immune system is expected to have a reduced response to a potential vaccine.
Studies have shown that the elderly respond less well to an influenza virus vaccine when dealing with a stressful situation.
Adequate ventilation, higher temperatures and humidity, less air pollution and good vitamin status can help prevent viral infections (Moriyama et al, 2020).
Decision making that contributes to the development of group immunity (stimulating the formation of antibodies and T-cell immunity in healthy people) and measures that contribute to a balance of the internal and external ecosystem are advisable. And that is in the interest of everyone.
Basically we can conclude that there is no scientific evidence that wearing a mask will prevent vulnerable others catching Covid19 or not, and/or protecting yourself for getting infected, although there is scientific evidence that wearing a mask for a longer period of time is highly unhealthy and can cause numerous infections within your own system.