Get Rid of Herpes - What You Need to Do

The first thing you need to know and understand is that having herpes is a disease that shows you have an immune deficiency. If your immunity is low then you will not only have outbreaks frequently but you may even suffer more than the next person. There are many people that have been exposed hence having a positive blood test for the antibodies, but they may never have an outbreak. If you are struggling with outbreaks then you must build up your immune system or you will continue to suffer for a very long time.

A Diet That Herpes Loves

If you eat junk food then you will continue to have many herpes outbreaks. You will have severe herpes outbreaks and often. Junk food suppresses your immunity. The herpes virus loves that you eat bad. Therefore, what you need to do is avoid the foods that weaken your immunity. You also need to avoid the foods that herpes loves. There are many foods that activate the herpes virus. They make the virus grow and multiply more than it would if you did not eat those foods. If you eat a diet that herpes hates and boosts your immune system then you can go a long way to help yourself live a herpes free life.

Get Rid of Herpes Review - Step One

Once your diet is healthy, then you need to start taking herbs and supplements that help your body kill the virus and boost your immune system. If you are taking the right herbs, herbs that suppress the herpes virus from replicating itself, then you will give your body lots of help. And, taking the right supplements that boost your immunity will help you get rid of herpes.

Dr David Hogg, licensed naturopathic doctor, has been treating herpes for over 10 years with great success. His program, Stop Herpes Now, And From Coming Back For Good was first published in 2005. Dr Hogg has now updated that program with a second edition with current research for 2010. He continues to update the program with new research.

Puerto Rico has one main export: music. Puerto Ricans are raised on music and dance. It is no wonder, then, that finding free open-air concerts is easy, provided you know where to look.

Old San Juan live music in puerto rico

There are several free concerts during the week in the Old City. On Paseo de la Princesa, bands and artists perform on Saturdays and Sundays from mid-afternoon til 5-6 pm. The short street between the Old City’s southern facing fortifications is a farmer’s market, festival, and street fair all in one. At the center of the activity is a stage which hosts various acts, ranging from reggatone to salsa.

At the top of Old San Juan, near El Morro, Ostra Cosa hosts nightly entertainment in an open-air plaza. Cabaret and salsa are the most common offerings. Navigate to the far western edge of Calle San Sebastian (at the intersection of Calle del Cristo), and listen for the music. 5 pm til midnight, generally.

The Old City also hosts monthly and annual events, such as the fabled San Sebastian Street Fair. Plaza Colon holds monthly arts and crafts festivals with music, dance, and food. Plaza de Las Armas also hosts monthly events including free music and performance art.

Condado

Condado’s Ventana del Mar is a hub of activity on Sundays. Twice monthly, the park hosts a free jazzfest with dozens of vendors, food carts, and dancing. Generally, the activities start around 10 am and continue til 5-6 pm. Vendors represent a range of crafts and artforms, including artesan baked goods and organic food in addition to traditional craft offerings.

Isla Verde

The City of Carolina holds a weekly jazzfest behind the Walgreen’s on Friday and Saturday nights in the summer. Depending on the schedule, free buses operate between the parking lot adjacent to Munoze Airport and Punta Las Marias, providing services to all hotels. The quality of the performers is on par with Puerto Rico’s great jazzfests. The performing artists, in true Puerto Rico fashion, fuse New York and New Orleans inspired jazz with Caribbean influences. The staging area and music and lighting equipment are set up for large stadium-size audiences.

Santurce

La Placita is a local favorite relatively unknown to visitors in the Tourist Zone. The Gazebo plays host to a weekly salsa band. La Placita is located between Dos Hermanos and Duffault Street, and during the day functions as a farmers’ market. By night, it adopts a party atmosphere. Dozens of bars and restaurants are located in a small two block area, giving La Placita a min-mardi gras atmosphere nearly every weekend.

Ultimo Trolley

On weekends during the day, the Ultimo Trolley beach attracts local volunteer bands in the gazebo adjacent to the beach parking lot. These are authentic Puerto Rican salsa bands using traditional Puerto Rican musical instruments. The band members assemble at the gazebo (apparently anyone can participate in the music-making), and perform traditional Puerto Rican standards to the crowds for free. Ultimo Trolley is located between Ocean Park and Punta Las Marias.

Conclusion

The music never stops in Puerto Rico. Requiring payment from an audience to hear live music in San Juan is the exception, not the rule.