How herpes virus is transmitted and treated?
Herpes virus refers to:
- One is the large family of DNA viruses that is known as Herpesviridae (herpesviruses).
- Two types of Herpes simplex virus 1 and 2, are responsible for herpes simplex infections.
Herpes a common viral disease
Is characterized by painful blisters of the mouth or genitals. The herpes simplex virus (HSV) causes painful blisters, usually affecting the mouth or genital area. Sometimes due to this virus the anal region, eyes, and fingers are affected in some people. forms of herpes, with generalized disease and nervous system involvement, can develop in new-born’s or in those with immune deficiencies (such as those with AIDS or certain cancers). But the women who acquire genital herpes for the first time in late pregnancy may have a severe disease course. Some of these different types of herpes viruses are following!
- Human herpes virus 1 (HHV1) is also known as herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV1). It is typically the cause of cold sores usually around the mouth area.
- Human herpes virus 2 (HHV2) is also called herpes simplex virus 2 (HSV2). It typically causes genital herpes, that is a sexually transmitted infection.
- Human herpes virus 3 (HHV3) is also called varicella-zoster virus. That causes chickenpox. It can also cause a recurrent virus infection of the skin, which is usually called herpes zoster or shingles.
There are too many herpes viruses they cause many more diseases .Each have different mod of transmission.
Causes of Herpes virus diseases
HSV(herpes simplex virus) enters the body through a mucous membrane or a small opening in the skin as a result of direct contact (i.e., through touching, kissing, and vaginal, oral, or other anal sexual activity). This virus is the most contagious through direct contact with herpes sores, it can also be transmitted through saliva, or any other secretions and skin contact with already affected people who have no visible or clear sores or other symptoms.
After the initial infection, the herpes virus travels along the nerves and becomes dormant within nerve cells fluently. This virus is reactivated during times of stress, and travels back out through the same pathway as it was entered before, causing characteristic recurring crops of blisters on affected area.There are too many other causes that cause herpes disease.
Bioresonance therapy of herpes disease
For therapists that have the CTT (Combined Test Technique) ampoules the Herpes virus can be inverted as per the training and user guides.
Antiviral agents are the most effective agents that can be used to treat disease (a therapeutic strategy), to prevent infection (a prophylactic strategy), or to prevent disease (a preemptive strategy). Prophylaxis refers to the administration of an agent to patients at lower risk of infection.
The effectiveness of antiviral therapy sometimes is limited by the development of antiviral resistance.
These medications are with activity against HSV-1 and HSV-2. With the exception of foscarnet and cidofovir, all other are nucleoside analogues. While three of these medications that are acyclovir, famciclovir, and valaciclovir are used to treat the majority cases of HSV-1 and HSV-2, the other medications cidofovir, foscarnet, ganciclovir, and valganciclovir also have strong activity against the herpes viruses.