What Is Internal Candida?

Candida Albicans, a relative of yeast and often referred to as a yeast infection, is a fungal growth that lives well in humans, generally in the mouth, throat, genitals and intestinal tract; and can move through the intestinal tract into the bloodstream and from there to all the internal organs.
Internal Candida overgrowth causes an incredible variety of symptoms, ranging from abdominal gas and itching to poor memory. Out of control, it may cause or contribute to serious illnesses, including asthma, alcoholism, anxiety disorders, heart murmur, and blurred vision.
Medical doctors may not be well-versed in the symptoms and complications of an internal yeast infection and tests are often inconclusive or flawed. The fungus thrives on sugar and refined carbohydrates, and it is difficult to control, once overgrown. Diets with excessive amounts of sugar and antibiotic regimens are the most frequent causes of overgrowth of the organism. Active yogurts and other foods containing probiotics are helpful in controlling yeast infections. Probiotics are organisms that normally inhabit a human body and contribute to good health, such as lactobacillus and bifidobacterium. They work by promoting a healthy balance between the bacteria and Candida.
Consider a Candida infection if you suffer from muscle and joint pain, fatigue, blurred vision, muscle weakness, extreme neck and shoulder tension, white spots or blisters in the mouth, chronic sinus problems, sore throat, dark mucous, craving for sweets, constipation, or excema.
Candida overgrowth shouldn’t be taken lightly, as it can cause and/or contribute by such a wide variety of chronic ailments. If your doctor isn’t aware of the possible repercussions, and many aren’t, or don’t believe there are any, consider a more natural approach to the problem, beginning with a diet relatively free of sugars and refined carbohydrates.

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