Chronic Virus Infection
Chronic virus infection also is known as persistent viral infection. Viruses become chronic when they are not cleared after traditional or allopathic medical treatment. A persistent viral infection has stages in which it is productive or silent. Productive stages may have increased cell damage to host cells were the virus is present.
Three types of characterizations of persistent viral infection are slow, latent or chronic. Other viruses may promulgate a disease along wit physical trauma or stress. Several conditions are chronic viral infections. These include AIDS, measles encephalitis, Epstein-Barr, herpesvirus, hepatitis and other disorders.
Viruses become relapsing, reactivated and then replicate. The patient’s immune system plays a vital role in controlling chronic virus infection.
Common Symptoms of Chronic Virus Infection:
- Weakened immune system, always catching cold.
- Fatigue and feeling unwell.
- Loss of appetite.
- Swollen neck glands.
- Sore throat.
- Fever and chills.
- Weakness and soreness in muscles.
Alternative Medical Treatment for Chronic Virus Infection:
Sunridge Medical has an alternative treatment for chronic virus infection as well as complimentary treatment for persistent viral infection. Our care for the disease is a custom formulated treatment plan that differs fo each patient. Treatment varies because patient symptoms and underlying cause of the illness that the patient is experiencing are unique. Alternative treatment for virus infection involves building up the body’s defenses by strengthening the immune system but also addressing the core cause of the disease.
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