We The People in China’s Masks Part 2: The Antithesis of What the Doctor Ordered!


We The People in China’s Masks Part 2: The Antithesis of What the Doctor Ordered!

Bear speaks about in the second part series of “We The People in China’s Masks,” from the first part of the video he did last month. He spoke how doctors are speaking out of the long term effects of wearing surgical face masks for the long term and what is the real reason behind why the Citizens of America are forced to wear masks, and what to do as citizens to take our power back.

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Term Side Effects of Wearing Face Masks


Dr. Rashmi Byakodi, Writer and Editor for Best of Nutrition


“These symptoms are seen due to increases in CO2 levels in your body.” “Breathing over exhaled air that turns into carbon dioxide might make you feel dizzy.” “Long term wearing of masks can result in prolonged and repeated episodes of headaches.”

Dr. Leann Poston, Pediatrician


“Headaches may occur due to the band fitting around the head all day, stress from breathing through the mask, or slight changes in oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood.”

Dr. Lili Loni Barsky, Medical Doctor for Northwestern Medical Group


“Activities that result in the expulsion of air, such as talking, yelling, singing and exercising can result in the accumulation of carbon dioxide between the face and the mask.” “Re-wearing unwashed reusable masks or re-wearing disposable masks can lead to inhalation of dust, pollen, bacteria and other particle contaminants trapped within the mask material.” This can clog your pores and cause breakouts, primarily around your chin.

Dr. Sanul Corrielus, cardiologist


“In the case of surgical masks, the nonwoven fabric is made by using chemicals to bond the fibers together. Some people who have sensitive skin can break out and develop some form of dermatitis as a result of the repeated exposure.” “This can have long term consequences in terms of recurrence and scarring of the skin around the face.” “In the case of the surgical masks which are made of nonwoven fabric, the exposure for some people can trigger an asthma-like inflammatory response in the lungs,” “This is likely due to the inhalation of the microfibers in the material that forms the masks.”

Dr. Esteban Kosak, Doctor of Medicine



“There are studies indicating that low oxygen levels in the tissues (hypoxia) can suppress some aspects of the immune response.” “Scientific investigations have proven that a prolonged denial of enough oxygen in the body can cripple the ability of our immune system to tackle infections which is even worse with older and younger people.”

Viseslav Tonkovic-Capin, MD., Dermatologist and Editor at DermBoard

Another effect of long term face mask use is: “new patterns of skin wrinkling.” It’s best to stock up on some lotions and facial moisturizers.

Dr. Steven Gundry, cardiologist, heart surgeon, medical researcher, and author of the best-selling book, Plant Paradox book series .


A cardiologist, heart surgeon, medical researcher, and author of the best-selling Plant Paradox book series .

Director and Founder of the International Heart & Lung Institute as well as the Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs and Santa Barbara, CA. His pre-med undergrad studies at Yale University — graduated cum laude — and then got his M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia. Next, he began my surgical residency at the University of Michigan. While there, he was chosen to participate in a prestigious research program run by the National Institutes of Health.

“Surgical mask with surgeons during operation prevents bacterial infection from the flakes of skin and anything that comes from the mouth, especially while talking or in worse case scenario, cough, to prevent saliva from dropping into the patient’s wound while in operation.” “Viruses will go right through surgical masks.”

Dr. Rashid A. Buttar, Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, College of Medicine and Surgery.






“Wearing face masks for the long term causes Hypoxic Injury called Pseudopypoxia due to restricting the air flow everytime you breathe.”

Pseudohypoxia refers to increased cytosolic ratio of free NAD to NADH in cells, caused by hyperglycemia. Research has shown that declining levels of NAD+ during aging cause pseudohypoxia, and that raising nuclear NAD+ in old mice reverses pseudohypoxia and metabolic dysfunction, thus reversing the aging process.

Dr Daniel Erickson, emergency room physician and co-owner of Accelerated Urgent Care


“The masks matter because they prevent the spread of the respiratory droplets.” “Surgical masks act as a barrier, but they do not filter out the small airborne particles.”

“It’s the main purpose it’s just a barrier to decrease the spread of respiratory droplets, so you’re wearing it for yourself, but you’re also wearing it for other people in your proximity. Who would be showered by respiratory droplets.”

“But also you don’t want to get a false sense of protection from it, meaning you still want to keep your six feet from people because it does not filter out the small viruses and bacteria.”

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, MIT biologist, and Inventor of Email.


“So is it possible that wearing a face mask as part of social distancing can cause someone to build up so much carbon dioxide and get so little oxygen that they pass out, or worse? Carbon dioxide is a natural by-product of the body’s respiration process, something we all breathe in and out every day. How harmful can it be? In rare cases, it can actually be pretty dangerous, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). They say that inhaling high levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) may be life-threatening. Hypercapnia (carbon dioxide toxicity) can also cause headache, vertigo, double vision, inability to concentrate, tinnitus (hearing a noise, like a ringing or buzzing, that’s not caused by an outside source), seizures, or suffocation due to displacement of air.”

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