Masks shut off oxygen to the brain
Wearing face masks to stave off the coronavirus does far more harm than good, a growing number of American and European doctors and neurologists warn.
Apart from cutting off vital oxygen supply to the brain, they are practically useless anyway, they agree.
In America, a group of doctors* co-wrote an article in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine agreeing that wearing a mask outside of health care facilities offers little, if any, protection from the virus.
In Germany more than 500 doctors and scientists have signed a petition opposing the strict and ineffective measures, including mandatory masks, being enforced by governments to control the spread of Covid.
These “contrary” opinions, however, are being censored from the general public.
An interview with a leading European neurologist, for example, has been removed from YouTube.
Particularly harmful to children
In the interview Dr. Margareta Griesz-Brisson* said that covering the mouth and nose results in the re-breathing of exhaled air, creating an oxygen deficiency and an excess of carbon dioxide in the brain.
The acute warning symptoms of carbon dioxide anesthesia are headaches, dizziness and difficulty concentrating.
Children are especially susceptible to oxygen deprivation, she stressed.
“Children and adolescents have an extremely active and adaptive immune system,” she said. “Their brains are thirsting for oxygen. To deprive a child’s brain of oxygen, or even just to restrict it, is absolutely criminal because the damage cannot be reversed.”
Masks are useless anyway
The human brain is extremely sensitive to oxygen deprivation. Nerve cells cannot survive longer than three minutes without oxygen and lost nerve cells cannot be regenerated. Once they are gone they are gone forever, Dr. Griesz-Brisson said.
Putting aside the detrimental effects of face masks on the brain, they are practically useless anyway, she added. The microscopic virus can still slip through even the finest weave of a face mask. Only plastic could stop it — and to place a plastic covering over your nose and mouth is a sure way to die.
The simple fact of the matter is that face masks provide no real protection from the virus.
“I do not wear a mask,” she said. “I need my brain to think, I want to have a clear head. Oxygen deprivation is dangerous for every single brain.”
*Michael Klompas, M.D., M.P.H., Charles A. Morris, M.D., M.P.H., Julia Sinclair, M.B.A., Madelyn Pearson, D.N.P., R.N., and Erica S. Shenoy, M.D., Ph.D.
*Dr. Griesz-Brisson is the Medical Director of The London Neurology & Pain Clinic and a leading medico-legal expert in the U.K., Norway, Germany, Switzerland and the United States.