Herpes | Triggers for Outbreaks
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Herpes Outbreaks | What causes recurrences?
Since the recurrence pattern of herpes is almost as varied as the people who harbor the virus, you should take every precaution possible to keep the virus in remission. A recurrence of the herpes infection may occur when latent viruses are triggered by immunosuppressive events, or other causes from wine to nuts.
Many factors contribute to herpes outbreaks:
- Weakened immune system
- Excessive alcohol
- Sun exposure
- Binging on nuts and most seeds except for hemp and flax seeds
- Binging on chocolate
- Too much L-arginine in your diet
- Colds or fever
- Some medications
- Lack of sleep
- Tight clothing
- Vigorous sex
- Glycolic acid and other facial peels
- Permanent Makeup application
- Laser resurfacing
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