There are a number of safe and effective shingles “cures” available that can help to prevent future outbreaks while increasing the healing time of current shingles. Herpes zoster (also known as shingles) is a viral disease cause by the varicella zoster virus that typically results in blisters and a painful skin rash on one side of the body.
This condition is caused by the same herpes strain that causes chicken pox, which is common among children and young adults. After this infection, the herpes zoster virus lives in the nervous system cells and lies dormant for a number of years. It can, however, be reactivated years later and lead to uncomfortable and embarrassing shingles. While this condition can develop anytime in life, it is most likely to occur in individuals over 50. …Read More»