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We can't always prevent our bodies from becoming infected with certain conditions. When they strike us, it's important to take the right steps to control symptoms and potentially even cure the condition. When it comes to herpes, even though it cannot be cured, it can be controlled and even put into remission. Herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases, and luckily there are also a plethora of natural remedies to help you manage outbreaks. Find out the top 10 home remedies for herpes so you can control your next outbreak.

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1. Apply Ice

As with many other remedies that affect the skin, ice may be useful in treating the symptoms caused by herpes. Ice helps by bringing down inflammation and helping to soothe the skin, protecting it from further damage. While it won't cure herpes in the long run, it can provide temporary relief for pain and other symptoms. Use ice by wrapping a few cubes of ice in a thin cloth. Apply it over the affected area for around 10 minutes, making sure to move the ice pack every once in awhile. If you feel pain or discomfort, remove the ice from the affected area.

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