Those who are manifesting COVID-19 symptoms have a greater need for fresh clean air. Because of the various respiratory illnesses associated with Coronavirus syndrome they require prana-filled air more than anything. So do folks who want to prevent catching the coronavirus.
However, when wearing a synthetic mask the person is filtering their air through a synthetic material that outgases the petrochemically derived constituents that most are made of. The masked individual is then breathing in those aerosolized toxic chemicals.
Many of the sickest COVID patients already have various respiratory illnesses and/or chemical sensitivities, so putting a mask on them is the worst thing that can be done. The same applies to people who are relatively healthy but have E.I. syndrome or MCS.*
*E.I. Syndrome = Environmental Illness Syndrome & MCS = Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Brand new products just taken out of a box are notorious for outgassing various chemical toxins. In the case of a new mask, which is placed right over the mouth and nose, these airborne chemicals go right into both airways.
Therefore, patients stricken with the novel coronavirus ought to be spared from such a misguided practice. A chemical overwhelm can even trigger a respiratory condition that compels the attending physician to put the patient on a ventilator which ought to be strictly avoided for COVID-19 patients.
KEY POINT: Venting COVID-19 patients has proven to be injurious to the lungs and often deadly, as several doctors and nurses have testified. Five medical school professors in Italy have also correctly pointed out the extreme risks of ventilators in this scientific research paper: Covid-19 Does Not Lead to a “Typical” Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide
With each and every in-breath, the sick individual is also intaking some of the carbon dioxide they just exhaled.
Instead of breathing in fresh clean air full of oxygen, the mask is diminishing their oxygen intake and replacing it with the respiratory waste product—carbon dioxide.
By subtly decreasing their oxygen levels in this manner they are being deprived of the most powerful healing agent for respiratory diseases—Molecular oxygen (O2).
Furthermore, even a slight increase of the carbon dioxide levels in their bloodstream can contribute to anxiety and feelings of nervousness as well as cause headaches, dizziness and fatigue.