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Mononucleosis Treatments and Cures

Mononucleosis Treatments and Cures

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Mononucleosis, caused by the Epstein Barr Virus, is very common. Interestingly, many people aged above 30 will already have antibodies in their system against the Epstein Barr virus. Studies have shown that only 5% of people aged between 35 and 40 will NOT have been exposed to the virus and will therefore be vulnerable.

One of the names coined for mono is the kissing disease. As a result, young adults are often teased about catching it! THe reason it is sometimes called the kissing disease, is that Epstein Barr virus is transmitted through the saliva exchange that occurs when you kiss someone. Kissing is not the only way to pick up the virus, actually it is quite easy to get from contact with things you come across in everyday life. For example, sharing drinks or food, touching an infected item or even a simple handshake with someone who is already infected.

How long is Mononucleosis Contagious For?

Mononucleosis is quite contagious, and as mentioned above, very easily caught. So if you know someone who has it, make sure you take extra care as it can be contagious for up to eight weeks!

A percentage of sufferers will develop chronic mononucleosis. Chronic mononucleosis, can last for quite a long time, so if your symptoms persist, check with your doctor. Of course if you want to get rid of mononucleosis naturally, check out: