ODMS: Oxygen Deprivation Mask Syndrome now sweeping across the globe

Natural News – by SD Wells

Research reveals that prolonged use of Covid masks, homemade or N95, can cause anywhere from five percent on up to 20 percent loss of oxygen, leading to hypercapnia (excessive carbon dioxide in the bloodstream typically caused by inadequate respiration), panic attacks, vertigo, double vision, tinnitus, concentration issues, headaches, slowed reactions, seizures, alterations in blood chemistry and suffocation due to air displacement.

Senior scholar at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security says wearing a mask for prolonged period of time can alter blood chemistry

Breathing in too much exhaled carbon dioxide (CO2) may be life-threatening, according to experts at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). By now, everyone has experienced, at the least, that light-headed, dizzy, flustered feeling of repeatedly re-breathing back in your own already processed air. Those are just the beginning warning signs of much more serious health problems.

In fact, wearing a mask day in and day out can lead to alterations in blood chemistry, and that leads to “changes in level of consciousness, if severe,” according to Amesh A. Adalja, MD, and senior scholar at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Maryland.

It gets worse. A German neurologist, Dr. Margarite Griesz-Brisson, MD, PhD (in pharmacology), who specializes in neurotoxicology and environmental medicine, warns that oxygen deprivation from prolonged Covid-mask wearing can cause permanent neurological damage.

She states in her research, “The re-breathing of our exhaled air will without a doubt create oxygen deficiency and a flooding of carbon dioxide. We know that the human brain is very sensitive to oxygen deprivation. There are nerve cells for example in the hippocampus, that can’t be longer than 3 minutes without oxygen – they cannot survive. The acute warning symptoms are headaches, drowsiness, dizziness, issues in concentration, slowing down of the reaction time – reactions of the cognitive system.”

The reason so many mask wearers have NO CLUE this chronic damage is happening to them is because once a person has chronic oxygen deprivation, all of those symptoms disappear, because the person gets accustomed to the deprived state; however, their efficiency remains impaired and the lack of appropriate oxygen delivery to the brain continues to dangerously progress.

That’s why, after prolonged mask use, many people say they don’t “mind it” anymore (it’s an unintended pun because they’re losing their mind).

Neurodegenerative diseases take years to develop, but we’re already two years into the pandemic of mask wearing

The media and the CDC have hyped the pandemic so much, including the next-to-harmless Omicron variant, that Americans are wearing their masks even when they are completely alone in their home, car, office or walking and jogging outside. Children are forced to wear their masks all day at school, with minimal or zero mask breaks, even during recess. Some people are literally wearing their mask while exercising on cardio machines at the gym.

The more you think you’re getting used to wearing your mask, the more the degenerative processes in your brain are getting amplified, as the oxygen deprivation continues, explains Dr. Margarite Griesz-Brisson. Plus, nerve cells in the brain are unable to divide themselves in normal fashion, and damaged nerve cells are regenerated because the brain can’t empty the “trash.”

ODMS is like carbon dioxide induced anesthesia

The more metabolically active the brain is, the more oxygen it needs, and that’s why it’s absolutely ridiculous for children to be wearing masks all day. Plus, their immune system is so adaptive they need “constant interaction with the microbiome of the Earth,” as the German neurologist put it.

This constant deprivation of oxygen, be it a slow torture at 5% to 20% all day, is not only dangerous to child and adolescent health, it inhibits the development of the brain, creating irreversible damage, including permanent neurological damage, according to an expert in the field. Let that settle in for a minute. It’s mask-induced anesthesia. This is the polar opposite of the value of going to school and learning.

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3 thoughts on “ODMS: Oxygen Deprivation Mask Syndrome now sweeping across the globe

  1. Many studies have been done on the dangerous effects of wearing mask long before this massive scamdemic.
    These maskholes are brainwashed zombies.
    “It’s easier to deceive the masses than to convince them that they have been deceived” – Twain

  2. I’m a 57 year old oil field worker with 32 years of experience working with hazardous gases with personal in supervisory positions in hazardous conditions. I have worn and have been certified in several dozen types masks both positive and negative function types.
    I have also been certified in calibrating and use of several dozen types of gas detection devices.
    This includes mechanical, chemical and electronic types.
    I have with a BW 5gas electronic detector tested O2 levels at 16.4% and CO2 at 45,000
    Granted the levels fluctuate dramatically while inhaling and exhaling however the alarm never turns off.
    Any atmosphere that is lower than 19.5% is considered low O2.
    The CO2 level far exceeds the STEL and approaches the IDLH.
    These gas levels are in violation of OSHA, ANSI and NIOSH if any personnel must wear the negative pressure type mask for more than 15 minutes.

    1. Scott, I am a retired anesthesiologist. I’m quite familiar with the “diaper” masks currently being used. Only ours had 2 ties rather than a rubber band glueing it onto your face like the “Alien” movie “face sucker”. There’s a difference, I promise. I am curious where I could find a relatively simple chart of the data and standards you measured for different types of masks.including your personal experience vs. what the standards/data mandated. What was the the margin of error. Obviously 0% in very toxic environments, and a bit higher in lower hazard environments. I would even like to ask you for a reference to an Environmental Safety Masks 101 Course. What masks, for what toxic environment, for how long, etc. particulate vs toxic gas, or both, etc. I could look it up on the internet but hope you could point me in the right direction. To make it easier. Why? Because I’m a nerdy curious tech type old man who loves to learn new things. That’s it. I’m an educated person familiar with partial pressures, +/- pressures, inhalation%s, increased dead space caused by masks resulting in labored breathing and limited energy output, etc. However, a basic noob layman in your field.
      We use positive pressure masks/endotracheal tubes on most patients when they are anesthetized/paralyzed. However, during anesthesia induction and emergence. And during light sedation. For that colonoscopy that I hope you don’t remember. :-). Giving patients enough “green gas” (oxygen) and making sure it got everywhere it’s needed when the patient was not breathing was obviously the #1 priority. Do you also monitor peripheral oxygen saturation when using these masks? Especially since you can get a decent pulse oximeter at Walgreens for ~$50? Thanks for the info.

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