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(Natural News) Forcing schoolchildren to “mask up” in order to get an education is a form of toxic chemical “gassing” that is resulting in many of them developing serious health problems – including physical, mental and emotional illness.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that German schoolchildren who are forced to wear a mask all day long are inhaling at least 300 percent more CO2 than is legally allowed, putting them at serious risk of hypoxia, or oxygen deprivation.
The mask-wearing children who were evaluated as part of the research reported irritability, headaches and a “reluctance to go to school,” all of which “can be understood as consequences of elevated carbon dioxide levels in inhaled air,” the paper explains.
The “dead-space volume of the masks … collects exhaled carbon dioxide quickly after a short time,” the paper further highlights, noting that “impairments attributable to hypercapnia” are the end result of mask mandates – hypercapnia is when too much CO2 builds up in the bloodstream.
It is important to note that for study purposes, the schoolchildren were only required to wear a series of masks for 15 minutes at a time. In real life, of course, they are expected to wear a mask for many hours at a time all throughout the school day.
Researchers looked at KN95 respirators and surgical masks to see how they affected 45 otherwise healthy children between 6-17 years of age living in southwest Germany. The room in which they were evaluated was “well-ventilated several times” for each experiment to ensure that CO2 content in the air was kept below 0.1 percent by volume.
Author: Ethan Huff
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