Shingles is a non-life-threatening condition that can cause pain and discomfort. Understanding this condition will help you recognize and treat it in time.
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What is shingles (shingles)?
Shingles, also known as shingles, is an infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus. Even if you have had chickenpox, the virus can remain in the nervous system for years before reactivating to cause shingles. Shingles may also be called herpes zoster.
Getting vaccinated can help reduce your risk of shingles. Meanwhile, early treatment shortens the duration of infection and reduces the risk of serious complications.
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Signs and symptoms of disease
What are the signs and symptoms of shingles (shingles)?
The first and most noticeable symptoms of shingles are usually pain and burning of the skin. In most cases, the pain occurs only on one side of the body and appears in patches of red rashes on the skin. Symptoms of a rash will include:
Red patches appear Fluid-filled and fragile blisters Rash around the spine to the trunk Rash on the face and earsItching
People with shingles or shingles should abstain from the following foods:
Alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer: alcoholic beverages will suppress the immune system, making the virus spread faster. Tree nuts, soy products, chocolate, oats, wheat germ, coconut, white flour and gelatin. Refined grains: these foods raise blood sugar, increase the risk of infection, and slow wound healing.
What should shingles patients eat
?Good foods that shingles patients should add every day include:
Foods rich in lysine: Lysine is abundant in milk, dairy products, fish, legumes, cheese, chicken, etc. Foods rich in zinc and vitamin C Licorice Vitamin B6, B12
If you have any questions, consult your doctor for the best treatment support.
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