Mask or To NOT Mask
I have never been fond of wearing the #mask. I hated them when I worked in the ER – even on a limited basis – it was meant to be temporary and not fixed over a long period of time. The health risk are silent not immediate,, but will have a long term affect down the road (cause and effect)
The Oxygen to CO2 levels are greatly suppress – interrupting appropriate levels of oxygenation to tissues, cellular respiration plus numerous other chemical process functions that’s needed in the body.
Wearing the mask in some cases due to social distancing – you many not have a choice, but here is an alternative and simple remediation to reboot|rebalance your oxygen levels.
Before you put the mask on – practice deep diaphragmic breathing. (Deep breath in and release the breath slowly x9)
Short deep breathing exercises should be practice daily on a hourly basis – it’s a detoxification pathway
After you put the mask on – practice deep diaphragmic breathing. (Deep breath in and release the breath slowly.)
Additional supporting documentation:
He maybe is referring to this – https://www.technocracy.news/blaylock-face-masks-pose-serious-risks-to-the-healthy
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