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Yeast releases toxins that are then absorbed through the gut or throughout the body, leading to poor health. Yeasts can also cause allergic responses similar to hay fever allergies—caused by a special class of antibodies called IgE antibodies. Yeast imbalance can be quite uncomfortable, too. It can lead to fatigue, irritability, gut cramping and bloating, sore/itchy throat, genitourinary poor health and much more. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that eight out of every 100,000 people have candidiasis, an infection caused by C. albicans.
In general, symptoms of a C. albicans imbalance can be categorized according to gastrointestinal, genitourinary and systemic imbalances. As symptoms of an imbalance in the gastrointestinal system can include abdominal discomfort, gas, bloating and other unhealthy side effects. It might also manifest itself as lethargy, muscular discomfort, headaches and anxiety. As far as the genitourinary areas of women, a C. albicans imbalance can directly, adversely affect these areas and cause unhealthy levels of inflammation in the urethra, vagina and bladder. It can expand into other areas of the body. A systemic infiltration can have an unhealthy effect on the joints, the spinal cord, the kidneys and even the heart—depending on which organs and areas are in its sights. Then if Candida albicans proceeds to the bloodstream, it can cause systemic problems, including fever and septic shock—which can be fatal.
Understand that this is not only limited to adults. Children can develop C. albicans, too. An imbalance of Candida albicans can occur in the child’s mouth—something known as thrush. This is seen most often in kids who are taking antibiotics or who have unhealthy immune systems. Additionally, Candida can grow rapidly on a child’s moist skin, producing a bright, red rash with a defined border. This may become evident from as a diaper rash, but it can also appear around the fingernails of children who suck their thumbs or fingers. Little girls, too, may be prone to vaginal infections if the C. albicans population soars.
- Support your immune system.
- Maintain balanced gut flora and a healthy digestive tract.
- Eat a diet of healthy proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes and probiotics.
- Avoid sugars and other unhealthy carbs.
- Avoid unnecessary medicines, especially broad-spectrum antibiotics and steroids.
- Manage stress.
- Maintain hormonal balance.
- Avoid unnecessary surgeries.
(Reference: Dr. Young)