Best Remedy For Yeast Infection � What You Must remember And Stay Free

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    jeteowoposted 8 years ago

    Candida infection is caused by the fungus commonly known as Candida Albicans.It is equally called Monilla too. These organisms stay on the surface of the skin and can be painless when they are medium in quantity. They prefer the moist area of the body like the mouth, anus and vagina. They can the highly unsafe when the pH system of the body becomes much acidulous as result of an imbalance in the body constitution.

    This health problem occurred when the ph value of our body system is very low that is the pH value is more acidic which will have  around pH value of 3 â�� 6 usually below pH 7, under this condition, the bacteria strives so much and causes severe damage to the body system resulting in symptoms below:

    Itching or Burning Sensation in Your Intimate Parts
    Vaginal Odor or Vaginal Discharge
    Leaky Gut Syndrome
    Arthritis
    Painful Urination or Other Urinary Disorders
    Painful Sex
    Sexual Dysfunction or Impotence
    Depression or Mood Swings
    Chronic Rashes
    Constant Tiredness or Fatigue
    Irritability
    Joint Pain or Swelling
    Digestive Pain
    Muscle Aches
    Short Attention Span
    Hand Pain
    Hip and Knee Pain
    Headaches or Constant Migraines
    Constipation
    Unexplainable Lack of Energy
    Acne or Rosacea
    Respiratory Infections
    Bloating
    Hypoglycemia
    Menstrual Pain
    Skin Lesions
    Shortness of Breath
    Food Allergies
    Learning and Memory Problems
    Increased Craving For Simple Carbohydrates
    Eczema
    Jumpy Legs
    Blurred Vision or Brain Fog
    Oral Yeast Infection (Oral Thrush)
    Male Yeast Infection
    Yeast Infections in Your Toe or Fingernails
    Unexplainable Feeling of tiredness

    Once you notice many of the above listed signs and symptoms, you should know that you have the yeast infection or Candida Albicans, and the attention of a medical expert should be consulted. You can still diagnose yourself of this illness when you observed many of the above mentioned symptoms and seek treatment using the best remedy for yeast infection as outlined below.

    How do you get this infection, you can see from the above that changes in the pH value of body especially when it is more acidic causes the organism to enlarge. This can happen as a result of changes in menstrual cycle of women, during pregnancy and child delivery, excessive consumption of meat and sugar and food item which is very rich in sugar content which lowers the pH level of the body. When someone has the disease, another person especially the man can gets it through sexual intercourse with the infected woman.

    Since you recognize the source and how the health problem occur, it is right to imply that the best remedy for the fungus infection is a high pH value and which is  mostly neutral ( low pH value must be avoided). Good personal hygiene must also be maintained at all time to lessen the risk of developing the disease. If you have the health problem, you can treat it using one of the given methods below:

    You can use yogurt douching, no fruit or sugar, just proactive yogurt cultures that are toned down with warm water on the affected part. You can get �Alka Seltzer� and dissolve in warm water to clean the affected part with the mixture this has been found to give a great cure for the fungus infection too.

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  2. Greek One profile image76
    Greek Oneposted 8 years ago

    i recommend using Febreze

  3. Wayne Orvisburg profile image72
    Wayne Orvisburgposted 8 years ago

    Or, stop screwing the Pillsbury Doughboy.

    1. Greek One profile image76
      Greek Oneposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      You got a point Wayne, there is a safer, albeit a more solitary, alternative...

      http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3368/3271330755_260a37518e.jpg

      1. wildorangeflower profile image67
        wildorangeflowerposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        LOL<

 
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