The herpes simplex virus can be easily transmissible between two individuals. It is passed from one person to another by close, direct contact. The most common mode of transmission is through vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
In the video, Melanie is talking about oral and genital herpes myths. One of the most common myths about herpes is that in order to be infected you actually have to see genital herpes, and that is no true. Herpes is a virus and it actually can leave in the nerves in your body, so what happens is that you can be infected, you can newer have an outbreak and you can actually pass an infection on to somebody.
Genital herpes among athletes is very common. Here are Few Genital Herpes Myths That Athletes Need To Be Stopped Immediately:
Fortunately, getting regular, moderate-intensity exercise can help prevent herpes outbreaks by reducing stress and bolstering the immune system.
There are a lot of myths to mislead you in the world of martial arts. Most of these misconceptions are because of profit oriented movies. The only way to save the originality of martial arts is to fight the lies and making people aware of the reality.
Given video episode of WatchMojo’s martial arts myths will explore the hard hitting questions like; is there a death blow? Can martial arts masters take on groups of opponents? Will hitting the nose bone into the brain kill someone? How strong are black belts? Did Shaolin Monks invent martial arts? and many more!
Don’t let these myths undermine this dynamic and spectacular sport. We suggest everyone to speak about it with people around you. Please feel free to ask your questions related to martial arts myths in the comments section.