Shingle Prevention

Shingles & Its Prevention

Moms, Do you have Shingles? Do you have friends or family members who suffer from Shingles?

Shingles is a painful virus related diseases which can cause severe nervous pain and red blister around the chest, waste and body. The risk factors for shingles include old age, poor immune function, and reactivated chickenpox that occurred in early age.

It is estimated that about a third of people develop shingles at some point in their life. While more common among older people, children may also get the disease. The number of new cases per year ranges from 1.2–3.4 per 1,000 among healthy individuals to 3.9–11.8 per 1,000 among those older than 65 years of age. About half of those living to age 85 will have at least one attack, and less than 5% will have more than one attack.

Today I met one of my neighbors who has a severe shingle symptom. He’s been suffered from shingles for a couple of months and it has given him tremendous discomfort and severe pain. He has taken some prescription drugs for nervous pain, but The symptom still comes & go. Since I have helped a few Shingles patients before, I am brave enough to offer him some althernative ways to treat Shingles symptons. He is willing to give a try. The following is my suggestion and I put it here for your references.

Isotonix Bromelain 2 Capful/ 3 Times Per Day

Isotonix Prime Joint Support Formula 2 Capful/ 3 Times Per Day

Isotonix OPC 3 2 Capful/ 3 Times Per Day

Curcumine 1 Capsol/ 3 Times Per Day for 3 Weeks

Isotonix Vitamin D 1 Capful/ 3 Times Per Day for 3 Weeks

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Wei Wei Ning

I am Wei Wei Ning, an author and a blogger of

I am a Certified Transition Lifestyle Coach, Holistic Functional Nutrition Counselor, Digital Entreprenuer and Digital Health & Lifestyle Educator.


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