How Wearing a Mask Can Affect Your Thinking

Thinking

  • Impaired cognition,
  • Compromised cognitive performance,
  • Cognitive impairment, such as thinking impairments and coordination impairments,
  • Concentration problems,
  • Decreased IQ,
  • Reduced motoric abilities,
  • Impacts caretaker cognition and wellbeing, leading to a higher risk of harm to the individual receiving care,
  • Decrease in psycho-motoric skills, which include hand-eye coordination, playing an instrument, driving a car, or other actions in which several parts of the body are used in coordination with each other,
  • Reduced responsiveness,
  • Impaired thinking,
  • Suppressed anger,
  • Increase in psychosomatic illnesses,
  • Increased feelings of insecurity,
  • Panic reactions,
  • Anxiety,
  • Activation of fight or flight response,
  • Increased fear,
  • Mood disturbances,
  • Disorientation,
  • Impacted feeling of well being,
  • Reduced self-determination,
  • Loss of autonomy,
  • Feeling of deprivation of freedom,
  • Self-suppression of own needs and concerns,
  • An inhibition to habitual actions such as eating, drinking, touching, scratching, and cleaning,
  • Subconscious, constant distraction,
  • Reduced attention,
  • Impacted individual skill,
  • Psychological impairment,
  • Failure to recognize hazards,
  • Mask-induced listlessness,
  • Avoidable accidents at work,
  • Impaired operation of automobiles and other machines,
  • Perception of discomfort,
  • Increased feelings of discouragement,
  • Mild depressive feelings,
  • Depression,
  • Exacerbation of paranoid schizophrenia symptoms,
  • Exacerbation of dementia symptoms,
  • Exacerbation of personality disorder symptoms,
  • Psychological impact on children,
  • Developmental impact on children,
  • Exacerbation of panic attack symptoms,
  • Exacerbation of panic disorder symptoms,
  • Inability to recognize a feeling of thirst,
  • Loss of consciousness,
  • Concentration disorders,
  • Trigger sympathetic stress response,
  • Depressive self-experience,
  • Lowered health-related self-care,
  • Effect on neurological diseases,
  • Narcotic action,
  • Neurological symptoms,
  • Confusion,
  • Increased feelings of numbness,
  • Syncopein the operating theater,
  • Reduced quality of medical care when worn by a care provider,
  • Mistakes and misunderstandings in the operating room,
  • Impacted postural stability (proprioception),
  • Altered gait velocity

In his book Face Masks Hurt Kids, Lou Rockwell indicates some issues of wearing mask can be minor. Some issues are major. 

“The broad takeaway from this list for me is that there is no longer any way to say that a face mask is safe for any man, woman, or child to wear,” Rockwell wrote. “Masks are least safe for anyone frail such as the sick, the elderly, and children to wear.”

“There is no excuse to let a person force a mask on your child, not just to get through the door, not because I’m in a hurry, not to avoid an uncomfortable conversation, not just to visit grandma, and certainly not just to get through the day at school. Allowing such behavior is negligent and needs to be stopped. We need to have the hard conversations that stop it. We cannot keep avoiding the issue: people in authority demand the right to place this unquestionably harmful medical device on our children and on others.”

If we cannot summon the will and the wherewithal to stand up for the children in our lives, we have little hope of standing up for the rest of society.

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