After infection, the virus enters the nerve cells and travels up the nerve until it comes to a place called a ganglion. There, it lays quietly in a stage that is referred to as “dormant” or “latent.” At times, the virus can become active and start replicating again and travel down the nerve to the skin, causing sores and blisters. The exact mechanism behind this is not clear, but it is known that some conditions seem to be associated with recurrences, including triggers are:

  • a  fever, a cold, or the flu
  • ultraviolet radiation (exposure to the sun)
  • stress
  • weak immune system
  • trauma to the involved area
  • diet and nutrition, eating the wrong foods that trigger cold sores

This is why EverCLR3 is so effective, it takes care of boosting your immune system, and helps to manage your stress better in it’s anti-viral formula.