Even when worn for short periods of time, face masks pose a risk of causing brain damage in humans, according to the findings of a recent study carried out by researchers in Germany.
According to the findings of a study that was recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Heliyon, wearing face masks can lead to carbon dioxide poisoning, and their use during lockdowns has been linked to an increased risk of stillbirths for pregnant women, as well as testicular dysfunction and cognitive decline in children, along with a variety of other serious health problems.
Face masks may raise risk of stillbirths, testicular dysfunction and cognitive decline due to build-up of carbon dioxide, study warns. https://t.co/baumRMLxZh
— Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis (@DrLoupis) April 24, 2023
The study warns that even short-term exposure to concentrations of CO2 as low as 0.3% caused significant brain damage, increased anxiety, and impaired memory.
Summit.news reports: In another, when male mice were exposed to 2.5 percent CO2 for four hours, testicular cells and sperm were destroyed. The equivalent amount for humans would be 0.5 percent of CO2 over the same time period.
Yet another experiment discovered that stillbirth and birth defects occurred in pregnant rats that were exposed to just 3 percent CO2, which would be equal to 0.8 percent for humans.
The study also points to research that found just five minutes of mask wearing resulted in CO2 levels increasing to between 1.4 percent and 3.2 percent.
While they note that the review provides ‘circumstantial evidence’ only, the researchers allude to a surge in stillbirths during the pandemic, saying that masks could have contributed.
Swedish researchers previously found that the stillbirth rate increased from seven per 1000 births to 21 per 1000 births after the pandemic, while a leading UK hospital saw a four-fold increase in its stillbirth rate.
“Circumstantial evidence exists that popular mask use may be related to current observations of a significant rise of 28 percent to 33 percent in stillbirths worldwide,” the German researchers asserted.
They also note that research indicates “reduced verbal, motor, and overall cognitive performance of two full standard deviations in scores in children born during the pandemic.”
Dr Kevin Bass, cell and molecular biology PhD, has a detailed thread on the study, which can be linked through to below:
Before beginning, I want to point out that during the pandemic, I dismissed others’ concerns about the topic and insisted on masking. I masked my children in public and I regret doing so. Anti-maskers made me angry. I was wrong. I am sorry.
Now, the thread:
— Kevin Bass PhD MS (@kevinnbass) April 16, 2023
The findings dovetail with a report published by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) that concluded “no evidence could be presented” to prove medical-grade face masks protected vulnerable people from COVID at all.
Scores of studies have come to the same conclusion, yet people are still wearing masks despite all of this, some schools are still forcing children to wear masks, and some airlines and travel companies are still enforcing mask wearing.
It’s been common knowledge since the very start of the pandemic that masks do practically nothing. Those who resisted, even doctors, were punished and banned from publicly voicing their concerns.
This goes hand in hand with the massively harmful lockdowns.
When will enough be enough?