discomfort in mask

Ways to avoid discomfort in the mask

Coronavirus infection can be largely prevented after the mask. Evidence has been found in various studies that, if the mask is used properly, the droplets from the mouth cannot enter the nose directly into the mouth. But even after wearing the mask for a long time, it often becomes uncomfortable and difficult.


Prolonged use of masks or multiple masks on top of each other can lead to hypoxia or lack of oxygen. When oxygen is depleted in the body, the normal functioning of human breathing is disrupted. Respiratory rate increases (more than 24 times per minute). The heart rate also increases (over 100 beats per minute). This results in chest pain and difficulty in breathing.

In addition, the carbon dioxide accumulated in the mask can enter the body and increase the level of this gas. It can cause dizziness or lightheadedness, dizziness. Headaches can also occur. Fatigue may occur. If you drive for a long time wearing a mask, the driver may lose consciousness due to lack of oxygen and accidents may occur.

Again, if you use the mask for a long time, it can become a source of infection. When the mask gets wet, germs are born there, which go inside while breathing. In this case, some strategies can avoid these difficulties.

● The same mask should not be used repeatedly. If there is no way, wash it well with soap and water after each use and dry it in the sun.

● In case of long-term use of the mask, open it every 10 minutes and breathe in fresh air. However, this cannot be done if there is someone nearby. Open the mask in an empty space where there is no one within six feet of the surroundings. Take a deep breath and take the mask again. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before opening and wearing the mask.


● No physical activity such as breaking stairs, running or exercising should be done after the mask.

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