The Center for Disease Control announced that approximately 45 million people aged 12 or older (which is around 20%) have been exposed to herpes virus. The first outbreak of genital herpes often happens two weeks after the exposure. A herpes simplex virus-2 blood test can identify a genital herpes infection.
What is herpes?
Herpes virus is a serious disease and, if herpes sufferers do not follow a herpes treatment and let it untreated, it may cause damage. Symptoms of herpes simplex-1 include sores and blisters in oral area. In a couple of cases it may infect central nerve system which results in death in 70% of cases. Herpes simplex virus-2 produces painful genital sores, reduces immune system’s strenght which may lead to various diseases and complications like: headaches, fever and swollen glands. Prescribed medications herpes treatments often just treat the visible symptoms and, therefore, push the herpes virus further in the system which occasionally can prevent future outbreaks. The issue is that it doesn’t overcome the herpes virus from the body, and the virus persists in the nerve cells located along the spinal cord. Ultimately weak immune system causes outbreaks anyway, and it also boosts the risk of developing such diseases as dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s in the future.
The herpes simplex virus (HSV) creates cold sores (fever blisters) on the lips and in the mouth, and genital herpes on the genitals, buttocks, thighs, or abdomen. Herpes zoster, a different type of herpes virus, causes chickenpox and shingles. These kinds of viral infections are estimated to affect some 80 million people in The U.S. with at least one in five adults in the United States Of America having genital infections. Somewhere between 200,000 and 500,000 people “catch” genital herpes annually, while the number of people getting oral infections is several times higher.
What are the symptoms?
The trademark of HSV infection is a blister or cluster of blisters that often feels tingly and itchy in the beginning, becoming sore later, ultimately crusting over and disappearing. An preliminary episode of herpes may produce fever, malaise, and enlargement of local lymph nodes; recurrences are in most cases milder but may start with a brief period of general malaise. Once you get contaminated, the virus is with you for life. It lives in nerve cells where the body’s immune system cannot find it, becoming re-activated from time to time. Frequent triggers of herpes eruptions are colds and other viral infections, fatigue, sun exposure, physical irritation of the skin, and emotional stress. Many people are bothered by outbreaks once per year or less, while others may get them every few weeks.
What are the causes?
HSV type 1 typically is responsible for cold sores while HSV type 2 produces genital outbreaks. Cold sores and herpetic lesions are highly contagious. You get them in the beginning from people who have them. Cold sores often happen by direct contact or as a result of sharing eating utensils, razors or towels. Genital herpes is in most cases spread from one person to another through sexual contact, which includes oral and anal sex. The virus can go into the body through a break in the skin or through the soft tissue of the mouth, penis or vagina, urinary tract opening, cervix or anus. Herpes is most easily distribute when blisters or sores are exposed on the infected person. But it can also be spread at any time, even when there are not any signs or symptoms. Herpes can also be spread from place to place on your own body, such as from your genitals to your fingers, then to your eyes or to other body parts. Additionally, herpes can be transferred from a mother to her baby during vaginal delivery. When individuals have active skin lesions, it is vital to take care about not infecting others, particularly babies, those who have an “open-skin” condition such as eczema, or anyone with a suppressed defense mechanism.
What therapies do we recommend for herpes?
A study conducted by Dr Christine Buehler and Dr Ken Languin shows great promise for both genital and oral herpes cure. 479 clinical studies were successfully conducted during the period of one year eradicating herpes simplex virus-1 and herpes simplex virus-2 in every single case. Not too long ago Dr Buehler published “Herpes Cure” e-book where she detailed her method that has already helped more than 30.000 people worldwide to cure herpes symptoms and even prevent the virus from reproducing. Dr Buehler claims, that her herpes treatment erases the symptoms and the main cause of the herpes virus, strengthens immune system and helps restore overall health in less than a month. Dr Buehler’s system concentrates on separating protein ICP-47 from the nerve cells and letting body’s immune system eliminate herpes virus. Natural holistic approach is utilized to cure herpes symptoms and prevent the virus from reproducing, it is suited for both men and women and has no age restrictions (“Herpes Cure” e-book is covered by a 60-day no questions asked money back guarantee). After completing Dr Buehler’s “Herpes Cure” program it is recommended to get a herpes virus blood test.
Disclaimer: The content in this press release is for information purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for medical advice. As always, you should consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting or stopping any medication, nutritional supplement or protocols.