Is Herpes Curable or Does It Stay in Your Body Forever?
Herpes is one of the most controversial conditions. There have been countless arguments on whether or not it can be cured. If you have it, or you think you have it, read this webpage carefully. The generally accepted idea in the past years was that it cannot – It is a virus, which your body does not recognize and therefore – cannot eliminate it. In 2009 however, there has been a shift. Herpes became curable. That did not happen through research or expensive medical trials, or anything like that. It was discovered by accident – much like most cures for incurable diseases, which were found in the past decade. You’d be surprised to learn how many diseases were thought as incurable in the past.
But there is something different here. What we now know is that you don’t actually have herpes, you ‘do’ herpes. What does that mean? Consider the condition known as ‘yeast infection’. Yeast is everywhere and there are millions of yeast cells on every square inch of surface in your home. Still, people who suffer from yeast infection are less than 3%. Why is that? We know that decreased immune function is a precursor to this. But that’s not the only reason. Is there a cure for yeast infection? Yes, you simply eat more ‘active’ yogurt, and as a result the yeast infection completely goes away. That’s because of the balance of bacteria in your body.
But herpes is a little different from that. First, the herpes virus is not that widely spread. Second of all, taking vitamin C to improve immune function will do little to eliminate the virus. The only thing it will do is reduce outbreaks. There is something else that you must do, in order to permanently eliminate herpes from your body. But it can be done, and herpes is curable.
Herpes is more harmful than you might think
We are not saying that to create more buzz or anything like that. It’s just the truth. If not eliminated, herpes stays in your system. The herpes virus can do harm even if you do not experience the so-called ‘outbreaks’. When viruses are outside of the human body they resemble crystals and are not alive. But once they enter the bloodstream they begin injecting cells with their own DNA. You may be suffering from the HSV infection, without any external signs. The symptoms are often very generalized – like chronic fatigue or lack of clarity in your thinking. That happens because the herpes virus attacks cells in the second layer of the skin, which will have little or no external signs. By doing that, it disrupts the balance of electrolytes in the body, and this leads to the various generalized conditions. Over a long enough time frame, the DNA injections can cause cell mutations and cancer, as well as other complications.