Staph and MRSA infections often recur over and over again and antibiotics do nothing to stop this recurring cycle. Even natural remedies, no matter how potent, are usually insufficient by themselves to stop MRSA and keep it from recurring too. The truth is, most people need a systematic method to get rid of MRSA and Staph for good.
In previous blog posts, I’ve talked about why recurring infections happen and how antibiotics often stop working against MRSA. Now you’ll get a closer look at what a systematic treatment approach must contain to be effective in the long run. I’ve broken it down into 3 steps:
Step one is to treat any active infections. This seems obvious and it is. What’s less obvious is how effective natural remedies can be. Unfortunately, most people stop with step one and that’s why their recovery is often slowed and their infection comes back later.
Step two is to speed the recovery process by dealing with antibiotic side effects and the bacterial byproducts of infections. This is a step that few people bother with or know about.
The third and final step is to make your body resistant to future outbreaks and end the cycle or recurring infections. This is a critical step for long-term success.
To see more about the three steps, check out how to stop MRSA.
To your health,
Microbiologist and Natural Health Expert