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Question is, how do you stop painful cold sores from breaking out in the first place?

According to your quiz answers, you’re not dealing with a cold sore right now.

But you’re terrified that another painful, disgusting outbreak may hit at any moment. Without warning.

Hey, when you’ve gone through one cold sore, the fear of getting another is real. People don’t understand that.

So how do you make sure it doesn’t happen again? Like, ever?

You need to stop the cold sore virus from reactivating and infecting your lips in the first place.

Here’s what happens when you DON’T stop the cold sore virus from reactivating

If you allow the cold sore virus to reactivate, it WILL infect the skin cells in your lips.

So if the virus reactivates, you’re looking at a full-blown cold sore.  There’s no getting around it.

It will pop up when you least expect it and take weeks to go away.

Think big, disgusting blisters that hurt, itch and get in the way of everything you do.

You can’t laugh, smile or even eat without it splitting open. Then, it  oozes and spreads infectious fluid and makes your cold sore even worse.

Problem is, you still have to go about your life.

You still have to face the people who stare in disgust at your nasty cold sore.

That means days, weeks even, feeling ugly and ashamed.

Your confidence shatters and you can’t even look people in the eye.

It’s embarrassing and depressing.

All you want to do is hide in a dark hole until it’s over.

But it doesn’t have to be like this…

Most people can't prevent their cold sores because they don’t know what actually causes them

All treatments have different action mechanisms that fight cold sores on different levels.

So if you want to prevent cold sores, you need to understand what causes the virus to reactivate. And once you know that, you can adopt the right strategy to make sure they don’t come back.

Let’s take a look at what this means for you.

Viral… reactivation? What’s that?

Based on your quiz answers, you don’t have a cold sore right at this moment.

But the virus can reactivate at any moment, without notice.

Here’s how that happens:

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1 – Right now, the cold sore virus is hiding from your immune system in the ganglia of the trigeminal nerve. That’s one of the primary nerves that allows you to feel and move your face and mouth.

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2 – An event triggers reactivation. The virus takes this as a sign to wake up and it begins travelling down the trigeminal nerve towards your lips.

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3 – Once the virus reaches the end of the trigeminal nerve, it infects the skin cells in your lips. There, it replicates itself which is what causes your typical cold sore symptoms.

As we can see, reactivation of the cold sore virus is THE single most important event of a cold sore.

Because without viral reactivation, nothing happens.

It’s the first domino to fall that cascades into a full-blown, nasty cold sore.

But if you can stop the virus from reactivating, you stop the possibility of a cold sore even happening.

What does this mean for you?

Based on how viral reactivation works, there’s only one way to stop a cold sore from happening in the first place ; block the cold sore virus from reactivating at all.

But more specifically, you need to stop the triggering event that signals to the virus it’s time to reactivate:

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Because again, if there is no triggering event, there is no reactivation. And if the virus can’t reactivate, you cannot get a cold sore, plain and simple.

Why cold sore treatments fail to stop cold sore from coming back

Do you ever feel like no matter what treatments you use, you can’t stop those nasty cold sores from coming back?

Not only that, but those treatments don’t even make your cold sores smaller or more manageable?

This is because no cold sore treatment actually stops the virus from reactivating.

Instead, they block the replication of the virus in already infected cells. Which only happens AFTER reactivation.

Yes, even expensive prescription pharmaceutical.

Let’s take a close look at what this means.

What happens during viral replication?

Once the virus infects healthy cells, it hijacks it and uses it to make copies of itself:

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It multiplies which increases its chances to infect neighbouring cells.

Now, all ‘preventative’ cold sore treatments work by interfering with the replication process of the virus:

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But this isn’t true prevention. These treatments can only work AFTER the infection has already started.

Here are a few examples of common so-called ‘preventative’ treatments and how they work:

  • Avoiding the amino acid arginine in your diet. The virus needs arginine to build new viral particles during the replication process.
  • Taking lysine supplements. Lysine blocks the absorption of arginine. By doing so, it restricts the amount of arginine the virus has to build new viral particles. This slows down the replication process.
  • Prescription antivirals like acyclovir. They work by interfering with the intra-cellular mechanism the virus uses to replicate itself. It’s like throwing a wrench in the machine.

Now, the problem isn’t that these treatments don’t work. They do work, especially in the case of prescription antivirals.

The problem with these treatments is that they target the wrong process.

See, for these treatments to work at all, replication must be ongoing. But this implies that the skin cells in your lips are already infected with the cold sore virus.

The infection has already taken hold and your chances of preventing a cold sore drop to zero. It doesn’t matter what or how much treatment you use.  It’s too late. 

It’s like trying to stop your house from burning down, but waiting to see smoke before doing anything about it. The fire has already been lit.

On the other hand, focusing on stopping viral reactivation is much more effective. It makes sure no fire gets started in the first place, so there’s nothing to fight.

Here’s what happens when you blocking viral reactivation instead of replication…

  • The cold sore virus stays in a state of latency, hidden inside the ganglia of the trigeminal nerve;
  • The virus can’t travel down the trigeminal nerve and can’t infect the skin cells in your lips;
  • No cold sore symptoms are possible, which means there’s no need for any cold sore treatments at all.
Question is, how do you block the reactivation of the cold sore virus?

If common cold sore treatments can’t stop the cold sore virus from reactivating, how do you do it?

CAN you even do it?

The answer is yes, and it lies in a recent discovery from a team of scientists at a top ranked American University.

Here’s what these scientists discovered:

There is a specific biochemical pathway that sends a signal to the cold sore virus when it’s time to wake up.

It’s like an alarm clock for cold sores.

But when they blocked this biochemical pathway from becoming active…

The cold sore virus is unable to reactivate.

It’s like unplugging the alarm clock.

This biochemical pathway is called the ‘c-jun-N-terminal-kinase’ pathway.

And while there’s no treatment specifically designed to stop it becoming active, there are lots of ways to do it.

It just requires a much different approach to what you’re used to hearing about cold sore prevention.

The more you wait to take care of this, the worse your cold sores will get

There is no middle ground with preventing cold sores.

If you’re not progressing, you’re regressing.

Meaning if you don’t take care of the factors that trigger the ‘c-jun-N-terminal-kinase’ pathway…

…they keep accumulating.

This leads to cold sores that come back more often at the drop of a hat, as if on a hair-trigger.

Each new one you get will be bigger, more painful, and more disgusting than the last.

So ask yourself, how many days of your life are you willing to lose to nasty cold sores?

If you don’t take control of your cold sores, they WILL control you.

But the solution is simple:

  1. Learn about the factors that trigger cold sores to come back, and…
  2. Learn what you need to do to cut them out of your life.
This is where Cold Sore Control comes in.

Cold Sore Control shows you how to leverage the little-known ‘c-jun-N-terminal-kinase’ pathway discovery. That way, you can stop cold sore from coming back at all. It reveals…

  • How to prevent future cold sores from ever breaking out
  • How to stop an impending cold sore dead in its tracks
  • How to get rid of an existing cold sore as fast as possible
  • How to heal a cold sore scab fast without leaving a scar

So, if you’re sick and tired of dealing with cold sores, click the link below to learn more about Cold Sore Control.

Let me introduce myself...
Hi! My name is Chris Mueller.
And I hate... no, DESPISE cold sores, with a passion.

Why?

Because I’ve been getting them all my life, since before I was 5 years old.

From my late teens to my mid twenties, I got huge clusters of cold sores almost every month. They ruined my dating and social life for YEARS.  That’s why I hate them so much.

At one point, I got fed up with treatments that don’t work and cold sores that kept coming back.

So, I used my background in scientific research to learn all I could about cold sores and the herpes virus.

This led me to discover unique cold sore treatment and prevention strategies. Stuff that works better than anything I tried before.

I now share my discoveries with cold sore sufferers from around the world on this website.

I’m happy you’re here and ready to get rid of your cold sores, once and for all.

So, let’s kill those cold sores, shall we?

Chris

What comes next?

I have a lot more cold sore fighting strategies to share with you by email.

A few times a week, I’m going to send you tips and tricks to treat and prevent cold sores. I want you to retake control of your life and never struggle, worry or suffer another outbreak again. So keep an eye on that inbox, I’ll see you there.

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