Mono, also known as the kissing disease can be very dangerous and should be carefully treated. Mono the kissing disease is called that because it is often spread through saliva and close contact often made in sexual positions. Mono is most common in middle school and high school aged people.
There is no treatment or drug for the kissing disease mono, however, because it is a cold based virus it will usually go away after it has run its course. Each individual symptom may be treated by getting plenty of bed rest, drinking plenty of fluids, gargling warm salt water and using cough drops. Tylenol which contains acetaminophen or Ibuprofen may be taken to help control any fever.
The symptoms of mono the kissing disease start off by with the average signs of being ill. Most of the time you can expect a sore throat, a headache, and just a tired weak feeling. Your tonsils will more than likely start to swell up and turn a white color. Your lymph nodes on your neck will swell up. You can just touch the outside of your lymph nodes on your neck to generally know if they are swollen up or not. If you have these symptoms you should make sure to go to a doctor. You may not have mono the kissing disease. You should never diagnose yourself through what you think you know. Always visit a doctor.
Garlic is something that has been shown to treat many infections and that includes Mononucleosis. It has natural antibiotics and can help the body fight infection naturally. It is best to buy crushed garlic, but if a person wishes; he or she can buy it in supplement form.
The number one suggested home remedy for the treatment of mononucleosis is bed rest. Since the body is fighting a viral infection, full attention of the body’s defense systems should be concentrated on fighting off foreign species. For the same reason, the affected should not participate in intense physical activity. Strenuous exercise could also lead to the rupturing of the spleen which should be avoided at all costs.
A mononucleosis symptom that is the body’s first signal of viral infection is exhaustion. The exhaustion appears to have no physical cause and therefore the first step to treating the exhaustion is with a physical exam by a licensed medical doctor. Mononucleosis needs to be treated with drugs in order to kill the invading virus without allowing the fight between the body’s white blood cells and the invading virus to literally destroy the body’s organs.