Do masks work? This debate will go on for a while, but check out the Cochrane Study where they tested 276,000 people wearing masks in over 20 studies only to prove that they don’t work preventing most contagious diseases. The most effective way to avoid catching a contagious disease is to glove up and keep your hands clean.
Protect your hands. Wear gloves when you are outside of your home, and this will better prevent germs from getting into your nose, eyes, and mouth – they work much better than wearing a mask.
Listen to my video on youtube to learn all about gloving up. If you are sick, a mask can prevent your spittle from spreading and infecting others, but consider that it also keeps your infectious fluids on YOUR face, which will keep you infected.
Wearing a mask lessens your oxygen intake, and keeps your CO2 levels too high. Wearing masks longterm is unhealthy. Period.
The best thing to do if you are sick is to stay home until you are well again. And, go buy some gloves.
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