‘We need different oxygen levels to function, just as a lawnmower engine does’

September 11, 2020

SIMILAR SYSTEMS: “There is a science to fitting the correct air filter as not all air filters are the same. Just like we humans are not the same, we need different oxygen levels to function, just as a lawnmower engine does. Dust, damp and a clogged filter will affect performance.” – A local gardener – author is with his machine and is holding mower’s air filter – compares the working of a lawn mower using fuel just as a mask wearer needs oxygen to breath properly.

TEST RESULT: The urinalysis result of Dr Huber’s patient shows a PH of 5 and negative results for nitrite, leukocytes, ketone, bilirubin and glucose.

RENAL PRESSURE: The kidneys now have the hard job of dumping acid. How do the kidneys get rid of bad stuff? Excrete that acid in the urine. Urinalysis shows very low PH, bottom of the chart, PH 5.0. That’s about as acid as coffee, but not so great for urine.” – Dr Colleen Huber on the results of urinalysis on her patient as to why he was going to the loo more frequently.

DOES prolonged mask use increase acidity in the body causing the kidneys to work overtime to get rid of it?

This is the claim of Arizona-based naturopathic medical doctor Colleen Huber when she posted on Twitter an urinalysis test showing a patient with a higher acidity reading in his kidneys. Professional critics on the same thread accuse her of publishing a dipstick test, not a urinalysis test but she insists it is a genuine urinalysis test.

‘Urinalysis test shows higher acidity in kidneys’

She said: “This patient wears a mask many hours per day. Here’s what happened to the urine. Obstructed air flow keeps more carbon dioxide for extended time in masked airspace.

“More carbon dioxide in lungs (hypercapnia) lowers PH. The increased acid condition overwhelms compensatory mechanisms of the body.

“The kidneys now have the hard job of dumping acid. How do the kidneys get rid of bad stuff? Excrete that acid in the urine. Urinalysis shows very low PH, bottom of the chart, PH 5.0.

‘Being as acid as coffee not good for urine’

“That’s about as acid as coffee, but not so great for urine, which reflects what gets take from the blood (remembering the kidney’s main job is to clean the blood, by increasing less than ideal substances in urine for disposal.”

Dr Huber refers to a video showing Mark Gold testing his oxygen levels with an Occupational Health and Safety Administration approved device on himself.

He says: “People are getting headaches from wearing a mask that they are requiring us to wear pretty much everywhere we have to go and I’m going to test oxygen levels under a mask using an OSHA-approved air quality monitor that tests for oxygen levels, hazardous gas levels etc.

“This monitor is bump tested every day, it’s calibrated every 30 days. OSHA requires 19.5 per cent oxygen to work in a space. Look it up. Normal oxygen levels is anything from 20 to 21.”

He tests the oxygen level in a sedentary position using a tube linked to the air quality monitor to the corner of his mouth and it reads 20.5 to 20.6. Then he puts the camera down to put the mask on.

When the mask is put on, the alarm on the air quality monitor goes off that it indicates as a hazardous atmosphere and the oxygen levels are read as 17.4.

‘If you’re getting headaches, it’s oxygen depletion’

Mr Gold said “If you’re getting headaches and you’re wondering why? It’s because your not getting enough oxygen. If you’re exerting, working, running, whatever the case may be it’s only going to get worse from there.”

One local gardener described to me from his perspective comparing the wearing a mask to the maintenance of his seven-year-old lawn mower that faithfully served his needs.

He refers to the dampness of wearing a mask as he has seen the elderly going about their business wearing masks when it has been raining and public health authorities have not gone out of their way to advise users that this is not good for their health, but “their choice”.

“Just like me, it needs fuel, oil and air to breath. But ignoring basic maintenance of air filter cleaning is not an option.

‘Having the right air filter is like having the correct oxygen levels’

“There is a science to fitting the correct air filter as not all air filters are the same. Just like we humans are not the same, we need different oxygen levels to function, just as a lawnmower engine does. Dust, damp and a clogged filter will affect performance.

“But unlike a lawnmower, we are human beings and wearing a restrictive, damp mask to protect ourselves from outside particles or viruses such as the rain will cause a lawnmower to malfunction.

‘Aren’t we more complex than lawn mowers’

“How much more will a mask that is not scientifically suited to an individual cause untold harm? Are we not much more complex than my trusted lawnmower. Any ideas?”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC577980

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.04.01.20049528v1.full.pdf

https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/2005/2005.10720.pdf

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