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Be Careful, See List Of Diseases That Kissing Can Cause

Kissing has many health benefits, but it can also be a way of transmitting disease-causing viruses and bacteria.


1. Cold

Colds are caused by direct contact with a virus. By kissing an infected man or woman, we are in direct contact with the secretions from the nose and throat.

 

2. Kiss disease


Also known as glandular fever or infectious mononucleosis, this disease is triggered by the Epstein-Barr virus. The virus is transmitted through saliva and contamination occurs through contact.

3. Herpes

 

Using a virus, it can also be transmitted through direct contact with a virus. Herpes is very easy to catch when the blisters form.


4. Hepatitis B.

Infection can occur when the blood and saliva of an infected person comes into direct contact with someone else's blood or mucous membranes, such as when the character has open sores in or around their mouth.


 

5. Meningococcal disease


It is a life-threatening disease caused by irritation of the membranes covering the talents and spinal cord. The bacteria that cause this disease are spread by direct contact or by droplets of saliva. This is a very unusual form of transmission.


6. Dental caries


Did you know that the mouths of newborns lack the microorganisms that motivate tooth enamel decay? Kissing the baby on the lips motivates the bacteria to spread in the mouth.


Although there are several diseases that can be transmitted through kissing, it is important to remember that it is not necessary to kiss in the name of health.


Bacteria and viruses that are in a person's saliva or blood can be transmitted to another person through kissing.


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Most kisses do not cause illness and the risk of serious illness is very small.


Here are some tips to help prevent or reduce infection from kissing:


Avoid kissing or kissing when you are sick.


Avoid kissing someone's lips if they have active mouths, warts, or sores around the lips or in their mouth.


Maintain good oral hygiene.


Coughing and sneezing on a handkerchief.

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