The Causes of Blisters – The Underlying Factor

The blister is a common problem. Thousands of people each day are looking for treatments and want to get rid of blood blister for good. At times, these sores can be pretty painful and agitating.

Below, I list some of the causes. Just check out which of these causes can help heal your blisters faster.

First of all, you have stress and illness. Stress and illness are causes of blisters, because when a person is sick or stressed, a blister comes out. Actually, those two are just triggers; the real cause can go much more deep.

Nearly every individual in the world has the herpes simplex virus (HSV; also called cold sore herpes). The herpes simplex virus is the main cause of the cold sores that you get. This virus is also the cause of the oral herpes sore as well as the popular fever blister. Generally, the herpes virus is suppressed. This virus lives in your nerves and can tell any change in your body. When the conditions are right, it will begin to move to the surface of your skin. Usually, it moves to the nose or lip area and we called them lip cold sore and nose cold sore.

Do you know what the main purpose of the herpes virus is? It is to form a new virus. It does this by changing the surface cells into virus factories. The pH level of your body is a pretty good factor in your health. When your body is alkaline just a little bit, you are in good health. When your body drops down past pH 7, it becomes acid. The more acid, the lower the oxygen levels in your body. In turns, this is going to lower your immunity, which could cause cold sores to form.

There are kits that you can purchase in stores or online, which will tell you what the alkaline of your body is.

So, if you want to get rid of blisters, not only you need a stress less life but also have to improve your health condition.

To get rid of a blister is not difficult, but the majority of people failed because they don’t know the right way to deal with it. Remember to check out this blog often. I’ll post more information about how to treat cold sores and how to prevent cold sore to reappear again.

Talk soon.