Are you dealing with cold sores of lips? Are in pain but don’t know what to do about them? Are you tired of treating them every ever now and then? What if I tell you that cold sore have an underlying virus that you have developed somewhere in your past years and that cold sore are simply the results of it?
If cold sore are something you struggle with, congratulate. Welcome on board. You have just stumbled onto the best resource that will not only help you better understand cold sore, but also suggests effective treatment tips that work.
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What Are The Cold Sores?
If you know what these are, just skip this part. I want to just address what these are first to avoid any confusion. There are many people who mix those with acne or other skin problems.
Cold sores, also known as fever blisters, are a series of small and medium blisters that take place in certain locations. They often appear on the lip, tongue and the chin.
Cold sores on lips are really annoying. They are red in color and really painful, sore and swollen. While they are not something to worry about; as they heal in a couple of days to a week or two, they are really frustrating, especially when eating. Instead of enjoying your food, you worry about it hitting the cold sore.You know it will hurt like punch!
To any illness or a discomfort your body goes through, there are reasons behind.
What Causes The Cold Sores?
Colds sores are a result of a virus called herpes simplex virus type 1 or HSV-1. This virus is contagious. It can pass from one person to another. There are many ways this virus passes from one person to another.
It may pass through saliva. For example, if you have herpes simplex virus type 1 and drink from a glass and another person comes drink from the same glass, he or she will pick up this virus. The virus can aso pass through simply skin contact. When you kiss or simply rub your skin against someone with herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), you may get it.
herpes simplex virus type 1 is very common among all people. Statistic says that about 8 or every 10 people develop this virus as early as 10 years old.
The virus remains inactive in the skin and it develops to those blisters when it is triggered. It is triggered from time to time and it has some symptoms that come a few days before the blisters develop. It can be triggered by stress, poor nutrition, and trauma.
What Are The Symptoms Of Cold Sores?
- Sore throat
How To Treat Cold Sores?
There are a number of medications, tips and tricks that help better treat of lip cold sores:
These you need to take them to avoid or treat the hn1 virus. Once the blisters are formed, here are a few tips that can help you out:
- Eat many foods that boost the immune system, like vegetables, fruits, yogurt, kimchi, and apple cider vinegar.
- Supplement on vitamin E
- Up your vitamin C intake
- Increase your Zinc intake
There you have it guys. Those are some tips and tricks that I’ve personally seen results with.
Cold sores should be looked at as a result, not a cause. Any people think that they are a cause of fever or other illnesses. But the truth is those are simply some symptoms of the herpes simplex virus type 1, the virus behind getting cold sores.
Let us in the comment below how do you personally deal with cold sores?