I almost never wear a mask for a variety of reasons. Among these is the PTSD I contracted after receiving a death threat in 2018. It had been almost totally dormant for over 2 years until this past August, when wearing a face diaper for just a few minutes prompted 2 attacks.
I had known about mask rash, mask mouth, hypoxia, headaches, difficulty breathing and the dangers of inhaling one’s own CO2. Now, the long-time editor of the trade journal Hazmat Management says that frequent and prolonged mask wearing can give a person lung cancer.
And while we are on the subject of hazmat, the following has been asked: why don’t aren’t there hazmat and biohazard bins everywhere so as to properly dispose of gloves and face diapers?