Glandular fever may be most commonly known as infectious mononucleosis. The disease is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus and tends to affect teenagers and young adults most frequently. Symptoms of glandular fever include a sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, extreme fatigue, fever, muscle pains, headaches, a tendency to sweat, stomach pains, and the enlargement of the spleen and liver. Glandular fever is not treated medically as it usually resolves itself within two to four weeks and. However, the symptoms may be eased through stress management, relaxation therapies, herbal medicines, Homoeopathy, and acupuncture.
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