In areas of the world where Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns are still a thing, rates of mental illness in children and young people are skyrocketing, according to Dr. Omer Moghraby, a psychiatrist based out of London.
Moghraby says he is seeing a massive influx of children cutting themselves or overdosing on pharmaceuticals. Many others have developed eating disorders that have led to serious weight gain or weight loss.
Doctors who actually care are doing whatever they can to help these precious souls, rather than continue to parrot government propaganda urging people to stay home and “save lives.”
“The closure of schools, the lack of contact with friends and stopping all sports activities is having a particularly damaging effect on children,” Moghraby warns.
“One can only say the major factor across it all is pandemic – the lack of activities, the lack of schooling, the lack of opportunities for these young people and probably a deterioration of wellbeing of their parents not being able to cope.”
Moghraby is one of a few good and decent healthcare workers out there who has voiced his concerns about this crisis among the young. While the fearful and often selfish elderly who have already lived long lives demand that everyone else stay masked and antisocial at all times so they can feel “safe,” the younger generations appear to be on the verge of a total breakdown.
According to Dr. John Wright of the Bradford Royal Infirmary, he and his colleagues would see children suffering a mental health crisis come to their clinic maybe once or twice a week. Since the plandemic, there are more children than perhaps ever before suffering from mental problems.
Self-harm, which includes cutting and other forms of physical damage, is also on the rise – not just in teenagers, but also in children much younger who can see that they no longer have a future, thanks to society just rolling over and accepting indefinite lockdowns and mask mandates.
“Since the summer, it’s been more like once or twice a day,” Wright says about the volume of young children his clinic now sees. “Some as young as 10 have cut themselves, taken overdoses, or tried to asphyxiate themselves. There was even one child aged eight.”
A new study that involved more than 25,000 school-aged children also found that having to wear masks all the time is causing not just mental problems but also psychological and physical problems in children.
The paper, available through Research Square, reveals 24 distinct health issues that arise from forced mask-wearing. These include increased headaches, difficulty concentrating, drowsiness and fatigue, malaise, dizziness, shortness of breath, sleep issues, accelerated respiration, chest tightness, weakness, and impairment of consciousness.
“There are no manufacturer-independent studies on the use of masks for children and adolescents that are certified as medical products for occupational safety in professional applications,” the study explains.
“In addition, due to the unknown materials used, there are no findings on the potential protective effects or side effects of the often home-made ‘everyday masks’ worn by the majority of children.”
As for the long-term psychological impacts of both mask-wearing and lockdowns on children, child behavior specialist Elizabeth O’Shea says the three big ones are certain to be depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Children absolutely need to play with each other, get exercise, and have healthy, unmasked human interaction on a regular basis. Anything less is child abuse, and those who continue to perpetrate it are committing crimes against humanity for which they must be held accountable.
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