You must have seen herpes on the lips of others more than once, or you yourself suffered from chicken pox as a child. You may have thought that these are different diseases, but they have only one source - the herpes virus! Many people mistakenly believe that "lip fever" is just a mild cold
Such people do not take precautions (separate dishes, towels, personal hygiene products) and can infect more people around them. This virus is also tricky because it is able to spread quickly from person to person and has four ways to enter the body (through the air, through questioning, through sexual contact, from mother to baby)!
Unfortunately, the virus is still not fully understood, so you must be very careful not to fall victim to the insidious disease.
While the virus is in the cells of the body in the so-called "sleeping mode", it is not dangerous, but its activation can lead to the following diseases:
Herpes simplex, genital herpes and chicken pox are hidden in neurons (nerve cells). By the way, the cerebral cortex contains about 10-20 billion.
The herpes virus is so insidious that if, for example, a child suffers from chicken pox, then an adult, after becoming infected, acquires another form of the virus - herpes zoster (herpes zoster).
Herpes zoster appear exactly at the place of the body where there are nerve cells affected by the herpes virus. It can be any area of the skin.
But the most dangerous thing is for the virus to get into the brain. When the temporal lobe is infected, the consequences can be fatal.
Some people survive, but they get serious brain damage. After the disease, they appear perfectly he althy, but confuse whole classes of objects (animals, colors, tools) without seeing a difference between them. One cannot even distinguish the image of a real bird from a painting.
This is the brain damage resulting from the herpes virus that shows how our brain stores and classifies the information it receives.
Probably the herpes virus is included in the category you wish on your enemies too.