Herpes treatment can sometimes seem to be an exercise in futility when the next outbreak begins to inconveniently surface too soon after the first one appeared to be over.

The previous outbreak still fresh in our minds, the pain, embarrassment and inconvenience had just seemingly passed. And if you’re really unlucky this pattern can become regular life, 3 to 4 outbreaks yearly.

The Herpes virus replicates or multiplies through the nerve ganglion when the immune system is compromised. The Herpes virus tends to accumulate and form colonies in a host cell. As the colonies mature they start to form lesions on the outer layer of the skin.

Attacking the virus before it has a chance to replicate and multiply dramatically reduces the chance of further re-occurrence, particularly at the same cellular region.

When the virus is subdued it will lie dormant until the next time your immune system is over burdened and majorly weakened, before it will try to resurface and replicate again.

If your immune system is functioning well it will more easily control and suppress the virus and future outbreaks.

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