Have you tried to get rid of your MRSA infection, only to find it keeps coming back? You’ve likely used multiple types of antibiotics, spend hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on costly IV or “new” antibiotics or even tried natural home remedies, just to find it keeps coming back again and again. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone.
Most people infected with this MRSA sickness suffer from repeated infections. The MRSA disease (also known as “Mersa”, or sometimes seen as MRSA virus) is actually caused by antibiotic resistant Staph bacteria. If you have a MRSA infection, you’ve likely had painful skin swelling, boils, abscesses or worse yet, internal MRSA infections like blood poisoning, bone infection or even MRSA bug pneumonia.
Understanding Natural Antibiotics is a Vital Necessity
Let’s face the truth. Antibiotics, while saving millions of lives in the past, can no longer be counted on to stop emerging and deadly superbug infections like MRSA. Drug companies can not come out with antibiotics fast enough to keep up, and the medical world is failing to contain MRSA infections and other superbugs.
If you continue to put all of your faith on antibiotics, you are playing a very risky game. However, like most things, once you’re armed with the knowledge, it’s actually straight-forward on how to stop the MRSA infection cycle.
Through my own personal experience and my exhaustive research, I’ve found that successful MRSA infection treatment programs include the following 5 key strategies:
1. You must stop your current MRSA infection
This is obvious of course. But you may be surprised to learn that there are many well studied, medicinal strength natural antibiotics that often work much better than prescription antibiotics. Beware many natural products on the market are not medicinal strength, and while being a natural antibiotic, they may not work well against the superbug MRSA.
For example, there are many garlic products on the market and garlic is an excellent natural antibiotic. However, medicinal garlic is very concentrated and potent against MRSA infections. To date, over 250 people have successfully been treated with one source of medicinal strength garlic in clinical studies as documented by the University of East London.
2. Your MRSA treatment approach must address different types of MRSA infections
How you address a MRSA skin infection is different from how you address an internal sinus infection or bone infection. It’s important that you look for an approach that is customizable to fit your type of MRSA infection.
3. You must learn how to find and use the best doctors
MRSA is a very dangerous and potentially deadly infection and you should be monitored by a doctor who can oversee your progress. Better yet, many integrative medical doctors and natural physicians are well versed in stopping MRSA infections naturally, as well as helping you determine the root cause for your infection.
4. You must heal the damage done from infection and antibiotics
Most people have used antibiotics for addressing their MRSA infection. Antibiotics damage your immune system, in part by killing off good and friendly bacteria. You must replenish the good bacteria with probiotics to start reversing this damage. MRSA also can leave toxins in body tissues as well as cause unsightly scars. Helping your body with toxin and scar removal will also allow a better healing process.
5. Most importantly, you must address the root cause of your MRSA infection
Unless you correct the deficiency in your body that allowed MRSA to invade in the first place, you will likely suffer through recurring infections. Prescription or natural treatment approaches, no matter how good they are, do not address the root cause of your infection. Through my own research and personal experiences, for most people this comes down to your immune system health.
Your immune system is your first and most important line of defense against the MRSA illness. While most natural remedies support your immune system function, they do not address it completely. Many people do not realize that their immune system health can be compromised by eating the wrong foods, by being exposed to too many toxins, by being stressed out or by not getting enough restful sleep. Many people impair their MRSA infection treatment and don’t even know it. Having a better understanding of your immune system will help you get better faster and help you avoid sabotaging your MRSA infection treatment program.
Don’t let your MRSA infection control your life. These 5 simple strategies hold the keys to a successful and long-lasting MRSA infection treatment program.
To your very best health.