Athletes foot, canker sores, vaginal yeast infections, fatigue, muscle and joint pain, sugar cravings, and respiratory illness can all be attributed to Candidiasis.
Candidiasis is an over abundance of the parasitic yeast-like fungus Candida albicans which is normally found in our intestines, genital tract, esophagus, throat, and mouth.
Overcoming Candida is possible and you can use natural means to do so rather than relying on prescription medicines.
Who is normally affected by Candida?
Actually it is possible for men, women, and children all to be affected although how they are affected may differ.
Many people think of female yeast infections in women; however men can also have yeast infections similar to those experienced by women.
Men, women, and children alike can be affected by athletes foot or ringworm. Babies of either sex can develop thrush or diaper rash which are both a product of Candida.
Prescription medicines include Mysostatin, Nizoral, or Fungizone. Using these prescription medicines can lead to resistant strains and can also cause your immune system to be weakened or damage to certain organs.
You may decide the side effects arent worth the risk; you may want to look into non-prescription methods of treating Candida.
Diet is one of the easiest ways to treat Candida .
Avoiding sugar, high carbohydrate foods, and any foods containing yeast will go a long way toward fighting Candida. You can find further information about the Candida Diet on this site at the link above.
Some experts have suggested that overcoming Candida may be possible by taking larger doses of vitamin B12 that would be normally taken.
Before you take B12 in hopes of treating Candida, it would be best to discuss this option with a doctor or pharmacist to ensure you dont take too much.
You can also use natural or alternative treatments such as garlic, oregano oil, and virgin coconut oil .
Tea tree oil, apple cider vinegar, and grapefruit seed extract are other natural remedies for the problems and symptoms associated with Candida.
You can find information about each of these treatments at the links above and in alternative health books which can be found at your library.
There are people all over the world that are affected by Candida and Candidiasis. This fungal infection can be treated by traditional methods such as prescription medicines. Many prescriptions have adverse side effects that you may not be comfortable with.
Take the time to research non-traditional or alternative methods you can use. The chances natural treatments will have fewer adverse side effects; often much less than those of prescription medicines. These methods have been proven to be helpful in overcoming Candida, consider giving them a try.
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