herpes simplex

Treat herpes simplex

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The virus that accompanies almost everyone

Herpes simplex is a viral disease caused by the herpes simplex virus. There are two types of the virus - herpes simplex type 1 and type 2. Herpes simplex type 1 usually causes blisters on the lips and mouth, while herpes simplex type 2 usually causes genital herpes. However, both types of the virus can occur in either part of the body and are treatable with phlebolysis.

Symptoms of herpes simplex can vary from person to person, but the virus usually causes painful, itchy sores or sores on the affected area. These blisters can rupture and emit a clear liquid before they crust over and heal. Other symptoms may include fever, painful urination, and pain around the affected area.

Herpes simplex is transmitted through direct contact with an infected person or through contact with objects contaminated with the virus. There is currently no cure for herpes simplex, but there are medications that can be used to relieve symptoms and reduce the risk of outbreaks.

Treatment options include antiviral drugs such as aciclovir, famciclovir, and valaciclovir. These drugs can stop the virus from multiplying and reduce the duration and severity of symptoms. However, it is important to note that these drugs are not capable of completely clearing the virus from the body.

Herpes Simplex Treatment

Illustration of a herpex simplex virus particle.

Natural protection against herpes outbreaks

Herpes simplex is a viral disease that is familiar to many people. The onset of herpes simplex infections can be influenced by a variety of factors, including stress, fatigue, sun exposure, and a poor immune response.

Therefore, it is important to boost the immune system to reduce the risk of contracting herpes simplex or to minimize outbreaks. With relatively simple measures we can have a great influence on the probability of an illness:

  • Healthy eating: A balanced and nutritious diet is one of the most important measures to strengthen the immune system. However, it is also important that not all people benefit equally from a diet - there are type-dependent differences that should be clarified individually, including, for example, the tolerance of milk and grain products. The introduction to an expert who can give individual recommendations based on clear diagnostics is generally recommended if you are prone to herpes outbreaks.
  • Exercise: Regular exercise can help boost the immune system by increasing blood flow and promoting the release of hormones that are very healthy for the body. Here, too, the right amount is of course crucial - overloading over a long period of time can have the opposite effect. It is worth checking what state the body is in in terms of metabolism - are there certain nutrients that are lacking? Are there environmental toxins that put a strain on the body? An individual diagnosis can be very rewarding for general health and the immune system.
  • stress reduction: When it comes to stress, we often first think of so-called “distress”, i.e. stress that is perceived as negative and onerous, for example due to financial worries or onerous problems at work. Stress reduction techniques such as sport, yoga and meditation are certainly very good tools – but the question is also how you perceive stress in general. Is there a way to transform negatively felt stress into positive, i.e. “eustress”? Can a problem become a fun challenge that we can overcome? These are interesting questions for people with a compromised immune system to ask themselves. Here, too, it is highly advisable to be accompanied by appropriate, professionally trained personnel.
  • sleep quality: Sleep is extremely important for the body in general and is one of the biggest factors in our resilience alongside essential things like drinking enough water and a psychologically acceptable framework in life. Sleep can quickly become a science in itself - quality of sleeping space, neurotransmitter balance, distress, lifestyle and so on. Many people are aware that they accept reduced sleep quality or duration for certain things that are important to them. In the case of people with immunodeficiency, however, it should always be remembered that the quality of sleep could be a significant factor.
  • micronutrients: Vitamin C, vitamin D, and zinc are important nutrients that support the immune system and are the first port of call for many people who have a compromised immune system. If deficiencies are suspected, the help of trained therapists is highly advisable - because no therapy should be carried out without prior diagnostics. For example, increased zinc intake can cause copper levels to drop. Such interactions between different nutrients are very common and should definitely be considered. Omega-3 fatty acids from maritime sources such as fish and algae, more precisely EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are also extremely important for cell membranes, vessels and the processing of inflammation in the body.

What can phlebolysis do for herpes simplex?

The herpes simplex virus (HSV) causes cold sores on the lips by infecting the skin cells in that area. After the first infection (often in childhood), the virus invades the nerve endings, where it can remain dormant for an indefinite period of time. However, with certain triggers, such as stress, colds or sunburn, the virus can be reactivated and begin to multiply again.

The multiplied viruses then migrate from the nerve cells along the nerve fibers back to the surface of the skin, where they cause inflammation and blistering. Phlebolysis obliterates the blood vessels of the affected tissue and thus denatures the virus-infected skin area.

Through the targeted application of electrolysis and high frequency to the affected areas, the pathogens are largely inactivated so that the immune system can trigger healing. In this way, the infection is quickly contained and the regeneration process activated, so that a mild course that heals quickly is very likely.

Treatment as early as possible is decisive for a positive course - the earlier the herpes outbreak is recognized and treated, the more likely it is that the therapy will be of great benefit, as severe courses, which can sometimes be accompanied by fever and lymph node swelling, can be avoided.

In any case, a patient should pay attention to the factors of the immune system already mentioned above in order to avoid further outbreaks as far as possible through a strong immune system. Further clarification by a doctor is strongly recommended.

Images from ongoing user study. Single case report of a patient with a crusting herpes blister over the upper lip.

Picture 1 from July 03.07.2019th, XNUMX, Picture 2 from July 20.07.2019, XNUMX.

No conclusions can be drawn about the success of other treatments from this individual treatment case.

Video articles on phlebolysis:

Interview with Andreas Oehme on how phlebolysis works.

Interview between Dr. medical Dirk Wiechert and Olga Mazepura Demonstration of phlebolysis.

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