What comes to mind when you hear the term “chronic infection?”

The truth is: there are a wide range of infections today that can influence your body, either on an acute or chronic level, from the common cold to Zika, athlete’s foot to warts.

When chronic infections move in, the body’s immune system often fights a losing battle.
White blood cells simply can’t evict chronically infectious bacteria (and antibiotics often can’t do it either).

So, then what?

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Second, check out this list (notice the vast and diverse “viruses” here!):

  • Common cold, influenza and pneumonia
  • Encephalitis and meningitis
  • Warts and skin infections, eye infections
  • Food poisoning
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Gastritis and gastroenteritis
  • Polio, tuberculosis
  • Respiratory tract infection
  • Zika, Dengue, swine flu
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • Hepatitis C
  • To name a few!

Dangerous microorganisms can enter your body in a range of different ways and, once there, are responsible for causing a host of symptoms, some more severe than others.

Whereas acute infections cause temporary problems that are alleviated by rest and treatment, chronic infections are insidious by nature, and can cause deadly results.

For some people, chronic infections have no noticeable symptoms to begin with, but can grow to significantly degrade quality of life — it’s really important to manage infections as quickly as possible!

Perhaps the biggest threat surrounding infectious agents is that they can be found almost anywhere. Even those who take regular precautions to wash their hands after being exposed to bacteria and germs can suffer from an infection.

What’s more, attempting to eradicate the world of all pathogens could be potentially harmful!

Fortunately, most healthy immune systems can work to stop infections before they become a serious problem.

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Take care for now,

Niki

P.S. When you register for The Viral & Retroviral Summit, you also gain access to Dr. Jay powerful, eGuide, Ultimate Supplement and Detox Guide to Viruses and Retroviruses.

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