Herpes can be embarrassing, leading to social isolation and low self-esteem. That is a best-case scenario. At worst, oral herpes is painful, unsightly, and can lead to others judging you or ignoring you unrightfully. It goes dormant, you think it has finally left for good, and then, at the worst possible time, you experience a flare-up, and painful, pus-filled, ugly sores and blisters appear around your mouth.
Oral herpes can cause vision problems and blindness, and encephalitis, a dangerous inflammation of your brain. Worse still, oral herpes can spread to anything your mouth comes into contact with, it is highly contagious, and your loved ones are at risk.
Genital herpes is so named because it appears in and around the genitals, the tops of the thighs, the buttocks and anus. Transmitted through oral, anal or vaginal sex, or just skin-to-skin contact with an infected person, genital herpes also causes social withdrawal, poor feelings of self-worth, and sometimes a ruined sex life. Left untreated, genital herpes may lead to meningitis, encephalitis, bladder complications, decreased mental function and neurological disorders. Genital herpes can also pass to a newborn, causing vision problems and other health issues, and even death in extreme cases.
Fortunately, there are proven natural treatments which lead to whole-body, mental, emotional and physical health that naturally helps you manage and treat herpes.
What Are Chakras?
Chakras are energy wheels. There are 7 chakras located along the spine, from your tailbone to the crown of your head. In Eastern wholistic medicine, when you balance your chakras, which are all connected, you balance your 3 energy profiles – physical, emotional and mental. Specifically, healthy chakras provide emotional and spiritual balance, so you easily handle the lifestyle changes you need to make to heal herpes.
Meditation, chakra work, yoga, essential oils and smart dietary practices all help balance your chakras. Your sacral chakra is located in your lower abdomen, and is linked to sexual health, and healing herpes. The throat chakra is obviously located near the throat, and is essential for combating oral herpes when it is healthy.
From the tailbone to the top of the head, the health of each chakra promotes the health of the chakras it is connected with. By balancing your chakras, your life-force energy flows freely, and you experience no blockages which can promote physical, emotional and mental health problems.
A healthy chakra system gives you the emotional and spiritual balance to accept your situation. You see herpes as a condition that doesn’t need to negatively change your life. Additionally, balanced chakras lead to a powerful immune system that minimizes flare-ups, and in some cases, can cause the herpes infection to go entirely dormant.