How to treat a yeast infection

In this article:
What is a yeast infection one may ask
How to treat a yeast infection
Antifugal herbs can help treat a yeast infection
Natural remedies to help treat a yeast infection
Signs of a yeast infection
What causes yeast infection
The following is what causes a yeast infection
Foods to avoid that may worsen a yeast infection

Most women and men only get a yeast infection once, but other women or men get it over and over again because of not knowing how to treat a yeast infection. Knowing what causes a yeast infection is also important to prevent the fungi like yeast candida virus. Did you know some prescription drugs can cause yeast infection, besides most drugs only numb a yeast infection. Numbing or masking the signs of a yeast infection is not a good long term solution. For one thing, A yeast infection is irritating, it brings fatigue, and You know that it is not good for you because you start to feel down.

You feel terrible even though you may show a happy face to your friends and family. What do you think happens to your liver, kidney, and your hormones that balance your whole being when you are in a state of distress or irritated? You get sick. You produce and expels toxins within your body, then sickness soon follows. As you may already know, where ever there is an outlet in the body like the anus, the vagina, the eyes, nose, ears, or skin, your will body will start to cleanse itself through these portals. Yeast infection is associated with vaginal discharge and penis discharge; a white cheese-like substance that comes out of the vagina or the penis as a result of a yeast infection.

What is a yeast infection one may ask?
The candida fungi yeast like virus is very obtrusive, it can enter the bloodstream, manifest to many parts of the body, and attack the immune system.

How to treat a yeast infection?
There are a number of different foods and precautionary things you can do to treat a yeast infection. Knowing what foods, natural herbs, and natural remedies you will need is a good starting point. The following helpful tips will help to treat a yeast infection. Staying away from damp and moldy places, avoiding antibiotics because they destroy good bacteria and allow candida to prosper.

Antifugal herbs can help treat a yeast infection.
Helpful herbs such as ginkgo, echinacea, burdock roots, bee pollen, lobelia, kelp, slippery elm, and ginger.
Nutrients to help treat a yeast infection such as
• Vitamins A (25,000 IU, 1-2 times a day for about a week)
• Vitamin E (400-800 IU, a day)
• Vitamin B-6 (100-250 mg, 1-2 times a day)
• Aloe Vera juice and biotin (2 oz. Four times daily)

Natural remedies to help treat a yeast infection:
Staying away from foods that are high in carbohydrate, you should eat food that will prevent the growth of candida. The following food will help inhibit the growth of fungi like yeast (candida).
Wild rice, brown rice, turnips, broccoli, garlic, and cabbage. Other safe foods you should add to your diet include whole grains, string beans, and dark purple vegetables. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and greens, clean all raw and fresh foods thoroughly to remove chemicals such as herbicide, pesticide, bacteria, and fungi.
natural healing yeast infection
Signs of a yeast infection
There are several signs of a yeast infection. vaginal yeast infection produces extreme itching along with an odorless white discharge that looks cheesy. Depression, constipation, and chronic infections are also a sign of a yeast infection. Moreover, food cravings, gas, indigestions are other signs of a yeast infection. Oral yeast infection sign is bad breath. And least, but not all, that are signs of a yeast infection include the following: headaches, insomnia, mental confusion, panic attacks, adrenal and thyroid issues, and menstrual problems.

What causes yeast infection?
There are numerous causes of yeast infection. A group of fungi yeast like called candida caused yeast infection. Yeast infection can be found in the intestines, the mouth, genital track, and the throat. Antibiotics cause yeast infection due to long term use because of the killing of normal bacteria of the intestines, which allows the yeast infection candida virus to multiply. Yeast like to live on moist locations of the body, for example, the hinges of the vagina and the mouth.

The following is what causes a yeast infection:
• Changing of the PH balance in the vagina from alkaline to acid can cause yeast infection.
• Lessen of stomach acid production due to stress can cause yeast infection because less digested food intering the intestines, which candida likes to feed upon.
• Some prescription drugs cause yeast infection.
• White sugar and junk processed food causes yeast infection.
• Think about a yeast infection --one thing that will tell that you certainly have the yeast infection is tremendous irritation.

Foods to avoid that may worsen a yeast infection:
sugars and carbohydrates feed and thrive yeast. The following foods should be avoid because they feed yeast and multiply the yeast like fungi called candida.
• Vinegar, chocolate, fermented food
• Gluten grain such as oats, wheat, and barley
• Meat, pickles raw mushrooms, and stay away from all yeast product
women and men only get a yeast infection once, but other women or men get it over and over again because of not knowing how to treat a yeast infection. Knowing what causes a yeast infection is also important to prevent the fungi like yeast candida virus.
References: Sacred woman
References: Encyclopedia of natural medicine, Queen Afua, Sacred Woman: A Guide to Healing the Feminine Body, Mind, and Spirit

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Midride

My name is Midride, I have been living naturally for many years. On my spare time I like to read, write, and do research about natural living alternative healthy lifestyle.

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