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Yeast Infections: What You Need to Understand

Many types of yeast live in the human body. They have their highest concentration in the gut and mouth. Some of these yeasts are helpful and some are not. Some are helpful in small numbers, but unhelpful in larger numbers.

 Regardless, if they’ve become a problem, it can be incredibly frustrating. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to reduce the impact of yeast in the body.

 One of the most pesky yeast infections (probably because it’s also the most common one!) is the Candida yeast. Ordinarily, this causes no problems. However, it can easily proliferate and when this happens, it can create problems.


 Some other problems that it can cause include the following:

  • Constipation
  • Diarrhoea
  • Dry and patchy skin
  • Eczema
  • Food cravings
  • Itching
  • Lethargy
  • Mood swings
  • Oral thrush
  • Sinusitis
  • Vaginal thrush

As you can appreciate, yeast infections can be incredibly frustrating. In general, they’re not dangerous or particularly bad. Instead, they’re distracting and irritating. However, even these seemingly benign symptoms can become highly problematic for certain demographics, such as people with a weakened or under-developed.

If you develop a yeast infection, it is important that you tackle it. If you leave it, then your body’s own immune system may be able to fight it off, but there’s no guarantee. Fortunately, we live in the modern world, and there are plenty of medicines and other products that can help us to company yeast in all its many forms.

If you’re human, and we’re guessing that you probably are, but you know, some of you might be aliens, then you have a 75% chance of developing a yeast infection at some time in your life. We don’t have statistics on aliens, but if you’ve been to earth and you’re organic, it’s probably quite high odds for you too!

It doesn’t matter whether you’re old or young, male or female, rich or poor, you can develop a yeast infection. Some people think that they're caused by a lack of hygiene, but this isn’t the case at all. In fact, too much washing can wash away your body’s friendly bacteria – the army that could have fought off the yeast infection – and you're more likely to develop an infection.

What can you do to get rid of yeast infections? There are many different ways to get rid of yeast infections:

  1. You can buy many different supplements to help you do this. For example, you can buy Threelac. Here, you introduce a greater number of friendly bacteria into your body and this will fight off the infection. If you don’t want to buy Threelac, you can buy Fivelac or Oxy powder.
  2. If you don’t think that supplements can offer you what you need, then you can go to the doctor and request a course of antibiotics. You have to be careful here and make sure that the doctor explains how antibiotics can actually make infections more likely in the future. If you take antibiotics, you should also try taking a probiotic to counter the loss of good bacteria.
  3. You can follow a special diet. With some types of yeast infection, such as Candida, people swear by special diets. While there’s little scientific evidence to support this, there are many people who agree that it works.

If you would like further information about probiotics and their effect on yeast infections, or if you would like to buy Threelac or Fivelac, then please visit The Finchley Clinic