Mandatory face mask orders are not only preventing people from breathing properly, but also from having clear skin.
Aside from inhibiting face-to-face communication, recent reports describe people complaining about being unable to breathe while wearing face masks recommended by the CDC, especially as summer rages on...
“It’s like suffocating. Absolutely suffocating,” one person recently told CBS Pittsburgh, adding that on hot days, “I feel like I’m in a melting pot.”
“It definitely limits activity and that’s why I think you see so many people with them just on the mouth,” another person said, while a pro-mask interviewee wearing a bandana said, “It’s a little sweaty, but it’s worth it not spreading coronavirus.”
Complaints from people claiming they’re unable to breathe while wearing masks are also piling up on social media.
I HATE wearing my mask 😩 I can’t breathe , it fogs my glasses , I can’t wear gloss , I have to scream for people to hear me , I can’t understand what people saying... etc etc etc 🥴
— Drake 💕 (@OutOfYa_League) June 7, 2020
i take that mask off wherever idc i can’t breathe
— @stuckupmeme ♛ (@stuckupmeme1) June 6, 2020
I can't breathe in this mask pic.twitter.com/lBZz46qTLc
— 𝕴𝖐𝖍𝖑𝖆𝖆𝖘 🩹 (@ikhlaasisinsane) June 8, 2020
I can't wait for the day that I'll be able to move around freely without a mask. This thing suffocates me, I can't breathe normally 😷 pic.twitter.com/xNzi6HUu33
— Nolali 👠🇿🇦👠 (@Amza_5) June 8, 2020
Bro I can’t breathe in this mask
— Mondre 🎶 (@_mondresmooth) June 4, 2020
Hello People, something is just not right about this face mask wearing.
It's beyond what has been said on news media...
— Alex (@Alex38694901) June 5, 2020
To top it off, Dr. Lamb says if you’re not washing your face mask daily, you’re basically wearing a petri dish.
'The heat and humidity build up in your mask and make a beautiful breeding ground for bacteria,' he said.
Of course in removing a mask one might touch their face, violating yet another cardinal CDC rule.
A registered nurse last month also tried to warn people that wearing a face mask for long periods can be harmful to the body and that breathing in recycled oxygen and carbon dioxide can throw blood PH levels out of balance.
On a side note, Infowars has also documented instances in which masks hindered breathing to the point they nearly killed people trying to exercise, or drive.
In April, we reported on a car crash caused by a motorist wearing an N95 face mask while driving, and last month we covered a jogger who suffered a collapsed lung after running for a period of time while also wearing the mask.
Face Masks Ruining Faces
Besides masks preventing inhalation of essential oxygen, they’re also causing people to suffer acne breakouts, dubbed 'mask-ne.'
At first, 'mask-ne' was only affecting frontline health care workers who wore masks daily during the peak of the coronavirus outbreak, but as governors and mayors began to impose mask orders (towards the end of the lockdown), more people noticed their faces breaking out in pimples."
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