Fresh Scientific Findings Reveals Lasting Brain Damage Caused by HSV & Other Viral Infections

NextGen Nutritionals has released a new report focusing on a newly established link between HSV infections and brain damage. Learn more about the possible risks here.

NextGen Nutritionals has released a report today stressing the significance of new findings of a brand new study that establishes proof of lasting deleterious effects on the brain in those who are infected with various strains of these viruses. This revelation will allow scientists a further understanding of how the virus operates, and what could be done to prevent or eradicate future infections.

When asked about these results, Anna Rothlischild said “In just the past few years, they’ve begun to understand how to lure HSV out of the nervous system. And hopefully one day we’ll be able to stop all eight strains in their tracks.”

The researchers also noted that these effects apply to anyone who has contracted any member of these viral families which include mononucleosis (Epstein Bar Virus), Shingles, chicken pox and others. Most notably, those who survived the viral attack on the brain had specific damage that didn’t allow them to make normal class categorizations that are normally made on a daily basis, like colors or animals. Some instances may even result in death.

Leah Tremp, researcher at NextGen Nutritionals, says for too long people have been in the dark on the real consequences of these viral infections. She said, “This new discovery will help to shed some light on the potential dangers this specific virus can pose, and will hopefully open doors for researchers to put a stop to it once and for all. Until then, one can only take safe precautions to protect against lasting brain damage or impairment. This report helps to open the curtains on the industry and give regular people insights they won’t find elsewhere.

The report can be downloaded free at While reviewing this report, readers are invited to take full advantage of the wealth of information available on the company site.

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