Mononucleosis

Mononucleosis

Mononucleosis is a viral infection caused by the exposure to Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), or to Cytomegalovirus virus (CMV) – both from the family of herpes viruses.

Mononucleosis might cause ongoing and future effects, such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, liver dysfunction, emotional problems and more. The virus that causes Mononucleosis tends to stay in the body of the infected person unknowingly for many years. They tend to come to life any time when the systems of the body are weakening due to physical fragility, both physical and mental. This is why this disease shouldn’t be underestimated and have to be treated on time, in order to prevent future reoccurrence of Mononucleosis.

Tivoni offers a unique integrated treatment that improves the ability of the immune system to cope with the disease. It allows the body to heal well during the sickness, as well as preventing the viruses to become active. It is well known that once these viruses enter the body they stay there, so it’s important to avoid them from waking up each time the body is weakening. The Tivoni method prevents the viruses from becoming active again in cases when the person is a carrier of the virus.

Treatment by Tivoni

MononucleosisDirection for useMonthly
CareTiv-VInfants: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com
Children: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com
Adults: 2-3 capsules, twice a day, about 30 minutes far from meal.2-3 Boxes
In acute situations: 2 capsules every 2 hours, up to 6 times a day, until the situation improves. Afterwards gradually reduce amount.2-3 Boxes
LiveTiv2 capsules, twice a day, with meal.

* Please note: Those who take Coumadin should consult their doctor.

2 Boxes
Damages treatment that caused by the illness:
CareTiv-VInfants: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com
Children: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com
Adults: 2-3 capsules, twice a day, about 30 minutes far from meal.2-3 Boxes
In acute situations: 2 capsules every 2 hours, up to 6 times a day, until the situation improves. Afterwards gradually reduce amount.2-3 Boxes
Cell Oxygen 21 tablespoon, 3 times a day, with meal (start gradually).2 Bottles
BeauTiv2 capsules, twice a day, with meal.2 Boxes
*For the most comprehensive and precise treatment, and in severe cases, please contact the Training Division of TIVONI by tivoni@tivoni.com

Did you know?

  • The period of time from the moment of infection and the appearance of the first symptoms is four to eight weeks.
  • The infected person will become a carrier and once the virus will become active in his body, he’ll infect people around him unknowingly. It is estimated that 90% of the US population of ages 30-40 are carriers of the virus. The Mononucleosis is being transferred by exposure to body fluids (especially saliva, but also blood, semen and mucus) of a carrier at the active virus stage. The infected person remains a carrier for life.

Symptoms of Mononucleosis

The characteristic symptoms of Mononucleosis are similar to those of slight cold, including fever (not necessarily high), sore throat, weakness, and in severe cases – enlargement and rupture of the spleen. The first symptoms may be mild but the continuous damage might be serious and even life-threatening.

Other symptoms:

  • Fever, but not necessarily high.
  • Strep throat or sore throat.
  • Enlargement of lymph nodes (especially of the neck, and sometimes even those located in the armpit or groin).
  • A mild rush.
  • Liver function disorder appears in 90% of the infection.
  • Injury of the central nervous system.
  • Acute liver inflammation.

Diagnosis of Mononucleosis

Mononucleosis diagnosed by a blood test and physical examination. The blood test is expected to show a rise of lymphocytes (a typical phenomena for all viral disease) and there may be evidence of mild liver inflammation – rise of enzymes GPT and GOT. In some cases there is thrombocytopenia (platelets) and high protein level (CRP), which suggest the existence of an inflammatory process in the body. Also, a serologic test should be performed to check for viruses or antibodies of EBV and CMV.