It is simply astonishing that people still believe the mask narrative despite these face coverings proving useless in curbing the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout the pandemic. And all the signs have shown that masks are probably unhealthy and dangerous. (Related: “Mask mouth,” skin disease and breathing difficulties: Experts reveal the dangers of prolonged use of face masks.)
The World Health Organization has admitted that wearing a face mask can cause breathing difficulties such as hypoxia where the body is deprived of adequate oxygen supply.
On top of those reasons, humans need to realize that they already have an efficient filtration system for millions of years.
Nature and its genetic biosoftware have given humans a natural mask. Nature teems with examples of its ability to filter things, including the tiniest materials, and it has gifted human beings with a filter to protect themselves from bacteria and viruses.
The human air filtration system includes nostrils, nasal hair, a vortex-creating topography, tonsils and mucus to trap and process most of the infectious material tossed at it. This open-flow, free circulating respiratory system of the human body is optimized for human life and protects it from viruses.
And that is possibly one of the reasons the fatality of SARS-CoV-2 is very low at below 0.1 percent.
As with any system, the human body’s airways filtration isn’t 100 percent efficient in every area. But it is optimized for survival. Thus, any modification makes the system less dependable and less safe, especially when you keep a mask on all day.
The 100 percent sanitation idea also plays against a person’s best defense, especially the immune system that frequently needs sampling and testing of the environment since this is how mucosal immunity is retained during a pandemic.
The sanitary misconception that people are currently going through is highly dangerous as it tricks the body’s immune system. Isolating children, working from home and secluding the elderly in their retirement homes are all interventions that could decrease a person’s immunity.
Vaccines, masks and social distancing fool around with the immune system
The vaccines, masks and social distancing are all fooling around with people’s immune systems.
The body’s mucus-based air filtration system works closely with the immune system, and including a filter such as a mask in front makes it not only useless but hazardous.
Just like any optimized system, the body’s respiratory filtration system is a blend of trade-offs and it can’t be 100 percent effective. But it decreases the virus and bacteria dangers while being user-friendly, safe and energy-efficient. Anyone with a background in optimized complex systems sees that even the smallest modification often makes it worse. And because this is health-related, that can be fatal.
And the only time a mask can possibly be useful is when you are truly ill, you can’t stay at home for a reason and you don’t want to infect the people around you. You can’t ensure to not infect other people when you go to work sick, but you limit the harm to the maximum. Nevertheless, if a person is sick, he or she usually stays home and there is no need for a mask.
Also, our immune and respiratory systems are not designed for a completely sanitized world.
So it is much better to trust the amazing relics people were given at birth by Mother Nature, which is the best-in-class air filtering system that lets human beings live freely and safely and linked with an awesome immune system that protects if people take good care of their bodies. And when these human body systems fail, that is the time people need to support them.
Ultimately, people already have a best-in-class mask and adding one on top just makes it inefficient, agonizing and likely hazardous.
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