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What Is A Yeast Infection

What is a yeast infection? If you’re reading this blog post you probably know what a yeast infection is, or you at least know how it’s making you feel. But do you really know what it is, and what it’s doing to your body? Find out below

Fungal infection

The usually harmless and un-noticed Candida yeast that is causing your symptoms has mutated into a fungus. When the Candida mutates into a fungus it grows rhizoids ( hooks ) that it uses to attach itself to…

  • Your skin
  • The inside of your vagina
  • Your intestines

Once it has attached itself it will start feeding off of the cells of your body, and this is what is to blame for your symptoms like itching and burning. Soon after the Candida has attached itself to your skin, vagina or intestines it will begin to burrow its way deeper to look for more food.

If you’re suffering from a stubborn vaginal yeast infection then this could be a reason why it’s taking so long to cure because your medication cannot penetrate your skin enough. This is common with ringworm treatments as well.

Your intestines

When the mutated Candida yeast attaches itself to the walls of your intestines at first you will suffer from digestive disorders like indigestion and that bloated feeling. As it burrows its way deeper into the walls of your intestines it will eventually perforate them. That’s when you start suffering from other symptoms that nether you or your doctor can put a cause to. These include…

  • Foggy brain
  • Short concentration span
  • Irritability
  • Severe mood swings for no reason
  • Aching muscles
  • Aching joints
  • Recurrent/chronic yeast infections
  • And many more symptoms

These symptoms are caused by the toxins being released by the Candia yeast entering your bloodstream.

Your yeast infection

Whatever type of yeast infection you have, whether it is in your vagina or intestines you need to cure it a quickly as possible so it doesn’t cause any more problems than it is already. There’s more than enough information on this blog to help you make an informed decision about choosing a treatment to cure your yeast infection. I hope you cure yourself soon, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t




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