MANAGING YOUR TRIGGERS
Whether you have one or multiple cold sore triggers, they tend to fall within a few similar categories. Many of them suppress your immune system or cause damage to the mouth and allow the virus to attack.
By understanding what triggers your cold sores, you can proactively take action and help defend yourself against future outbreaks.
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PUMP UP YOUR BRAIN
Don’t ignore the “mind” part of the mind/body equation. Our brains need constant stimulation to stay healthy and productive. Learn how to stimulate your mind and stay stress-free.
YOUR DENTAL ALLY
Visiting a dentist while you have a cold sore can be worrisome, and can be a trigger for many. But you don’t have to avoid it. Make your dentist an ally and join forces to minimize the chances of an outbreak.
They’re called cold sores and fever blisters for a reason: when you feel a cold, fever, or the flu coming on your immune system is compromised and you’re more susceptible to an outbreak. So at the first sign of cold, fever, or flu take the right precautions.
Cold Sore Causes
We know that cold sores, also known as fever blisters, are the small red bumps or blisters that appear around the mouth and lips, but how do you get cold sores? What causes fever blisters on the lips? Click here to find out.
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