Prolonged use of a face mask can result in problems such as these. Medical doctors have warned that bacterial pneumonia, facial rashes, fungal infections on the face5 “mask mouth” (symptoms of which include bad breath, tooth decay and gum inflammation) and candida mouth infections are all on the rise.
The bacteria, primarily Veillonella, Prevotella, and Streptococcus, can also be cultivated through prolonged mask wearing. which can contribute to advanced stage lung cancer.
Wearing a face mask increases breathing resistance, and since it makes both inhaling and exhaling more difficult, individuals with pre-existing medical conditions may be at risk of a medical emergency if wearing a face mask.
This includes those with shortness of breath, lung disease, panic attacks, breathing difficulties, chest pain on exertion, cardiovascular disease, fainting spells, claustrophobia, chronic bronchitis, heart problems, asthma, allergies, diabetes, seizures, high blood pressure and those with pacemakers. The impact of wearing a face mask during pregnancy is also wholly unknown.
Face masks can reduce oxygen intake, leading to potentially hazardous oxygen deficiency (hypoxia). They also cause rapid accumulation of harmful carbon dioxide, which can have significant cognitive and physical impacts.
All face masks can cause bacterial and fungal infections in the user as warm, moist air accumulates inside the mask. This is the perfect breeding ground for pathogens. This is why disposable medical masks were designed for short-duration, specific-task use only, after which they are supposed to be discarded.
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Dr. James Meehan, MD warns that bacterial pneumonias are on the rise from mask wearing. Mask wearing has well-known risks that have been well-studied and they’re not being discussed in the risk analysis.
“I’m seeing patients that have facial rashes, fungal infections, bacterial infections. Reports coming from my colleagues all over the world are suggesting that the bacterial pneumonias are on the rise.
Dentists are warning about the health issues tied to prolonged use of a mask to stop the spread of the coronavirus. They said dental problems associated with “mask mouth,” including gum disease, could lead to serious complications. “Gum disease — or periodontal disease — will eventually lead to strokes and an increased risk of heart attacks. The evidence is HERE >>