Mask Particulates Partially To Blame
Some doctors have found as they’ve researched the safety of masks that mask particulates may be breathed into the lungs. If too much of this occurs, it can cause problems in your lungs.
Bacteria Grown In The Mask Partially To Blame
Masks are a fertile environment to grow bacteria. Recently, in Michigan, there was an unusually large outbreak of strep throat among public school students. The wearing of masks have also produced life-threatening legionella pneumonia and strep. Oral bacteria, when it gains access to blood and deep tissue, can cause:
- abscesses in the lungs
- subacute bacterial endocarditis
- type 2 diabetes
- cardiovascular disease