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Preventing Mono

Healthy Throat

Preventing Mono

Mono has many of the same symptoms of the flu, so its important to know what else to look out for in case you or someone in your family comes down with this infection. Learn the basics, as well as who is most at risk, in the helpful information that follows. Mono Basics Mononucleosis, or the kissing disease, is a common infection usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), a member of the herpesvirus family. As its nickname implies, kissing can spread the disease, but it can sometimes be transmitted indirectly through mucus and saliva released in the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Most people are exposed to EBV during childhood, but the majority will not develop mononucleosis. People who have been infected with EBV will carry it for the rest of their lives, even if they never have recognizable mono. However, EBV can cause serious illness, especially a lymph gland cancer such as Burkitts lymphoma, in people with compromised immune systems, including those with HIV/AIDS and those on medications to suppress immunity following an organ transplant. EBV can be found in the saliva for six months or more after a case of mono. Because people carry EBV for life, it can periodically reappear in the saliva. According to the National Institutes of Health, EBV is one of the worlds most successful viruses, infecting more than 95 percent of the adult population over time. A blood test is the best way to diagnose mononucleosis, but common symptoms include fever; sore throat; constant fatigue or weakness; headaches; sore muscles; enlarged spleen and liver; skin rash; abdominal pain; and swollen lymph nodes in the neck, underarms, or groin. Mono is often mistaken for strep throat or the flu.

Minimize throat clearing
Try a lemon and water drink
Clean Your Toothbrush
Keeping the sore throat bugs away
Avoid pollution
Do not abuse or misuse your voice
Use Honey and Ginger To Protect Your Throat
Protect Your Throat from the Cold Temperatures
Nipping sore throats in the bud
Vocal Warm Ups For Professionals and Teachers
Gargle with salt
Drink water stay well hydrated
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