Candidiasis – What is this Serious Health Disease Known as Candidiasis?

May 11th, 2022 by dayat Leave a reply »

I would like to start off by saying that Candidiasis has several names, which are: Candida yeast overgrowth or Thrush, Candida Albicans or Candida Tropicalis. Candidiasis is a global health problem. Research indicates that more than 80% of people in industrialized nations are now infected with Candidiasis. I think that information in this article can help you live a much healthier, happier life.

What is Candida?

Candida Albicans: yeast like fungal organism found in small amounts in the normal human intestinal tract. Normally kept in check by the body’s own helpful bacteria, C Albicans can increase in numbers when this balance is disturbed to cause candidiasis of the intestinal tract, or yeast infections of other parts of the body. C. Albicans can cause thrush. Our immune system is designed to defend us from illness. Several factors can bring about the onset of candidiasis: excessive use of antibiotics or steroids, oral contraceptives, overly-acidic ph levels from processed foods and stress, hormone imbalances, exposure to environmental toxins (often molds) and chronic illness.

When our immune systems are compromised, normal yeast present in our bodies, called Candida, can morph from being beneficial yeast into a harmful fungus. This fungal yeast can quickly grow out of the normal balance that nature intended and overwhelm the beneficial flora (acidophilus type of bacteria) that ordinarily keeps natural yeast levels in check. The name of this yeast overgrowth is called candidiasis. This new fungal form of yeast develops rhizoid or long burrowing legs that can attach onto and penetrate the mucus membranes in the intestinal tract and cause serious bowel pain. Over time the morphed fungal yeast may burrow right through the intestinal wall. This condition is called Leaky Gut Syndrome, allows partially digested proteins and the yeast itself to travel into the bloodstream where they become toxins. The yeast infection can permeate through the entire body, if this occurs then you have a system-wide or systemic candidiasis.

What are symptoms of Candida?

-Constant fatigue

-Abdominal pain

-Bloating and indigestion

-Oral thrush (white film in mouth or on tongue)

-Brain fog

-Urinary infections

-Hair loss and vision problems

-Weight loss or weight gain and the inability to change it

-Rashes inside the ears or around the groin area

-Fungus on the finger or toenails

-Chronic sinus drainage

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