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Herpes Simplex Virus
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Epidemiology of Herpes Simplex Virus

Epidemiology of HSV1 virus infection (cold sore virus) being an asymptomatic carrier, varies very much from country to country. In Europe e.g., it is (the lowest) 52.4 % in Finland, 67.4 % in Belgium, 80.6 % in Czech, 83.9 in Bulgaria and up to 97 % in Turkey. Positive seroprevalence of HSV1 in the UK varied from 69 % - 78 % in the years 1984 - 1995.
Positive seroprevalence of HSV2 infection is also very varied: from 4.2% in the UK, the lowest, to almost 24 % in Bulgaria and up to 42% in Turkey. Women are more frequently infected.

The cold sore symptoms manifest in approx. 20% of infected persons. They might be revealed due to the weakness of immune system. Sever cold infection, stress, UV exposure and/or fever is believed to play an important role in the reactivation of the virus and return of blisters. In such situations it is worth trying ImmuMax, a dietary supplement that fast and efficiently enhances and strengthens our immune system.

The dietary supplement Immulina provides a special lipopolysaccharide complex originated from microalgae Arthrospira platensis. This complex is the most potent immune system enhancer in relationship to the immune system activation through Antigen Presenting Cells i.e. macrophages, monocytes, and dendritic cells (sources: --> 1, --> 2 and --> 3). An impaired immune system substantially increases the risk of cold sore outbreaks and, on the contrary, a stronger immune system could i.a. manifest itself in reduction of cold sore outbreaks incidents and is also beneficial in cases of genital herpes caused by HSV2 virus.

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