Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) December 26, 2012
On the 25th of November, The Lawton Constitution posted an article about the main cause of shingles, also known as the herpes zoster. The article (http://www.swoknews.com/styles-new/health) informed readers that chicken pox is to be blamed for this as it causes the herpes zoster virus to enter and settle into the body. Dr. Robert Hay was interviewed about the virus and he said, “When a child gets chickenpox and it's treated, this virus remains dormant in a nerve root,” and, “It can be anywhere in the system. We don't know what makes it come out of dormancy, but, if it does, it travels along the nerve, creating the issue known as shingles.” The article also warned those who have suffered from chicken pox to be aware of shingles so that they are not alarmed if it does in fact infect them at some point in life.
Shingles, or herpes zoster, is more commonly known as the painful blisters that form on the skin in large patches. They are caused by the herpes virus which forever remains in the body of those infected with it, even after treatment for shingles has been done. The virus may remain in its dormant state for years on end, becoming active only when any particular thing triggers the virus cells to multiply rapidly, such as weather changes, stress, weakened immunities, etc. It is found in the nerve cells of the human body. VyGone is an online based company which helps educate individuals about Shingles and has introduced an ultimate vaccine.
VyGone is the company to visit to find out about the best treatment for shingles and herpes zoster. Other than that, it also provides reliable information about not only shingles, but other various diseases and infections such as syphilis, warts, cold sores, herpes and many others. Visit the website at http://www.ultimatecoldsoretreatment.com/ to look up the zoster vaccine and other remedies. More information about the vaccine can be availed on http://www.ultimatecoldsoretreatment.com/.
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