The word face mask means different things to different people. For some it is simply a headpiece or a medical apparatus, used to improve facial appearance. For others it is an additional feature, added to make the wearer look more attractive, more graceful. Some people use it as part of an overall beauty treatment, to give them a younger appearance, or to simply cover up blemishes. But for the most part, a face mask is simply a cloth face mask, worn to improve one aspect of a person’s appearance.
DescriptionA face mask is basically a thin cloth face mask, generally of common fabric, most often cotton, worn to conceal one particular symptom of facial expression, such as nose wrinkling. When physical distancing is impossible and when other anti-social masks are unavailable, a homemade mask may be worn. Most masks work by having a transmitting layer, which sends the transmission of power through the face to the receiving area. In order to transmit the energy, the mask must be slightly bent forward at all times. This slight bending keeps the transmission in the direction intended, and prevents it from being deflected. The purpose of this adaptation is to prevent any unintended changes in facial expression that can cause discomfort or irritation to the wearer, as well as discomfort to others around them.
Pre-Symptomatic: As an anti-anxiety or cooling mechanism, pre-symptomatic face masks can be used by people who have an intense fear of causing discomfort or pain to others. They are worn in a state of relaxation and calm. It is important to remember that the wearer should still maintain control of the eyes, head, arms, and legs, in order to avoid accidentally sending the energy field out of the mask, which could result in injury or discomfort. These are generally worn during the initial stages of a panic attack.
Wearing in the prevention stage: When individuals experience an acute panic attack, they often become highly fearful of spreading the disorder. In order to avoid this discomfort, many sufferers will wear face masks during these severe attacks. Although there is no direct connection between the disorder and wearing face masks, many psychologists believe the disorder and anxiety increases during the apprehension phase, making it more likely that the person will unconsciously spread the condition. However, this theory remains a theory and is not backed by hard facts.
Controlling the Spread of Disease: Even though no direct correlation between the disorder and wearing a face mask has been established, this is another potential benefit to using a homemade mask during an attack. By wearing one, the person is less likely to involuntarily spread the disease. However, if the disorder is not controlled, then the spread can be significantly greater. In this case, the use of a commercially available commercial or homemade mask may be the best way to effectively contain the transmission.
The dangers associated with the disease are many. While the symptoms are often manageable, the long term results are often devastating. This is why it is so important for individuals who suffer from this condition to take all necessary precautions when choosing the right face mask. Many different types of commercially available face masks can be used to combat the disease, from disposable face masks to ones that are worn during attacks. Whether it is a homemade mask or a commercially purchased one, it is important to remember to protect your head with one as soon as possible.