April 22, 2023 | A new study, “Physio-metabolic and clinical consequences of wearing face masks—Systematic review with meta-analysis and comprehensive evaluation,” confirms what we have known all along: face masks can have adverse side effects such as mask-induced exhaustion-syndrome (MIES) and should not be mandated or enforced by law.
A systematic review of 2,168 studies on adverse medical mask effects found significant effects such as interference with “O2-uptake and CO2-release and compromised respiratory compensation,” also known as, “breathing.” Additionally, the analysis found that “several mask related symptoms may have been misinterpreted as long COVID-19 symptoms.”
In spite of the fact that lack of oxygen and rebreathing our own CO2 is extremely unhealthy, politicians imposed an unconstitutional agenda and practiced medicine without a license, by forcing harmful, experimental medical interventions.
Kisielinski K, Hirsch O, Wagner S, Wojtasik B, Funken S, Klosterhalfen B, Kanti Manna S, Prescher A, Sukul P and Sönnichsen A (2023) Physio-metabolic and clinical consequences of wearing face masks—Systematic review with meta-analysis and comprehensive evaluation. Front. Public Health 11:1125150. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2023.1125150
Link To Study HERE