Ill in spring can be contagious?

Ill in spring can be contagious?

“Ill” in spring can be contagious?

In spring, the temperature has risen, and many people have developed little red bumps under the corners of their mouths and noses. They have a burning sensation and pain.
A few days later, the relatives and friends around them also showed the same symptoms, and some foods that cleared heat and detoxified did not improve.
Ignition is caused by the imbalance of yin and yang in the human body. How can it be transmitted?
  In fact, the “fire” here is caused by herpes simplex.
Herpes simplex is a viral skin disease caused by the herpes simplex virus. The virus exists in the blister fluid, saliva, and feces of patients or carriers. It is transmitted through direct or indirect contact and enters the ganglia of the human body through a ruptured skin wound.
  The affected area is often around the face lips, nose, and also found in the genitals and other parts.
The affected skin is red, with pain, burning, or slight itching. Afterwards, there are clusters of small blisters with thin blisters and clear blisters, which can rupture and crust on their own in the short term.
  Once the human immune system is low, the herpes simplex virus has the opportunity to make the disease recur.
The location of each recurrence is basically the same. Except for the first time, the recurrence will be lighter and lighter, and it will usually heal in 7-10 days.
  At present, herpes simplex and genital herpes can be controlled, but cannot be completely cured.
Primary herpes simplex sometimes has serious consequences and requires active treatment. Topical dermatitis ointment can be taken in combination with vitamin B2 and vitamin C.
  In order to prevent herpes simplex infection and recurrence, in the dry season should eat less spicy, irritating food, eat more fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins.
  At the same time to avoid fever, cold, local injuries, emotional excitement, indigestion, irregular life, mental stress, etc., should actively exercise to enhance physical resistance.