10 Common Yeast Infection Signs

In medical terms, a yeast infection is also called candidiasis and it is normally associated with women being the primary sufferers.  As you read the following signs of a yeast infection,  make note that men and children also suffer from it.

There are five general symptoms that will almost always come together no matter which kind of candidiasis a person may be have.

1. The affected body part itches severely. Yeast grows in locations where scratching would be next to impossible, such as the mouth or the vagina. Human skin affected by yeast infection will have red rashes, which may be more pronounced in skin patches with hair growing on them.

2. On one hand, the body part feels like it burns, or is sore to the touch. This may not necessarily cause blisters or include itchiness. On the other hand, the body part can feel tingly or numb. This lack of sensation does not mean that the part is safe from yeast infection.

3. Sensitivity to certain chemicals is heightened. Triggers include antibiotic formulas, sugar, refined carbohydrates (also known as most processed food), and of course, yeast.

4. Mental fogginess and physical coordination are also affected. Sufferers have difficulty balancing or moving the way they want to. Mental fogginess prevents them from focusing on tasks, and they experience mood swings and heightened negative emotions.

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Systemic Yeast Infection and Metal Toxicity

With so many harmful chemicals in our environment, it is no wonder why so many people suffer from systemic yeast infectionsThe alarming part is; most people don’t even know that they have yeast overgrowth.  All they know is that they don’t feel good.

Every day our body is challenged to do its job, which is to get rid of all the toxins in our body.   This results in a cycle that manifests itself in the form of symptoms and health problems.  One of the main culprits is yeast overgrowth.

Metal toxicity is metal that has built up inside our bodies that can lead to immune system failure, slower healing, skin abnormalities, chronic sinusitis, chronic constipation, hormonal imbalance and many more illnesses.

We all have heavy metals in our bodies which comes from the foods we eat, the air we breathe, the medicines we take, and last but not least, our dental fillings.  Metals in our bodies deprive our organs of the oxygen they need, and the result is a systemic yeast infection.

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Systemic Yeast Infection Secrets?

We’ve come across an exciting healthy way to cure a systemic yeast infection with no harmful side effects.

Linda Allen, a certified nutritionist, health consultant and author has written a yeast infection book that many people are calling a “Candida Bible.”

Her book is called “Yeast Infection No More.”

According to Linda, her controversial book is scientifically proven and recommended by holistic doctors to cure yeast overgrowth permanently.

It is one of the most complete and precise guides to candida freedom that you will ever read.

The reason customers are saying that the book is different than other yeast infection books is because the books takes a different angle than other yeast infection relief books.

Linda’s book is easy to read, understand and implement.  The book does not tell you how to “relieve” yourself of candida; it tells you how to “cure” candida.

After you read just the first chapters, you will understand why “yeast infection relief” is the wrong goal.

“Yeast Infection No More” shows you why and how you should fix the internal problem that’s causing your yeast infection.

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Hydrogen Peroxide for Yeast Infection Treatment

As farfetched as it may seem, the use of hydrogen peroxide for yeast infection treatment had been proven to be quite effective.

According to statistics, about 75% of all women will experience a yeast infection at some point in their life.   A yeast infection in women is very common and some people even say it is ordinary, and not to be alarmed about it.

If you are suffering from a yeast infection, you need to know one thing.  You are not alone.  You are not the first, and certainly will not be the last.

Microorganisms that live on our skin and in our digestive track are the primary causes of a yeast infection.

The scientific term for a yeast infection is called Candida albicans.  A yeast infection is the result of the Candida overgrowing.

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Systemic Yeast Infection in Men

There is a lot of misconception when it comes to a systemic yeast infection in men.  Society would have you believe that it is only women that get yeast infections.  That is not true men get them as well, and for this reason most men will go through life never knowing they have a yeast infection.

Men are normally embarrassed by the fact that they might have a yeast infection, and will often not seek medical attention for this reason.

The symptoms in men are different than they are in women, and here is some of the symptoms you might be experiencing:


  • Constant tiredness and fatigue
  • Thrush on penis
  • Unable to concentrate
  • Attention and short term memory issues
  • Arthritis, painful muscles or joints
  • Acid reflux
  • Brown mucus in the back of the throat
  • Blisters on the throat
  • Sore throat and white coated tongue
  • Crawling of the skin sensation
  • Sinus problems
  • Headaches or constant migraines
  • Blurred vision, eye pain, light sensitivity
  • Anxiety, depression and panic attacks


As you can see, symptoms in men differ from women.  Often a medical doctor will not be able to diagnose you because the symptoms can be a number of things.

If a man allows a yeast infection to go untreated, it could result in serious health problems, even cancer.

A lot of people ask if men can get a yeast infection from their partner.  The answer is yes, however, his partner can also get recurring yeast infections from him as well.  An example would be that she has been treated and the yeast infection keeps coming back.  The reason it comes back is because he is infecting her without even knowing it.


Some of the causes for systemic yeast infections in men are:


  • Use of antibiotics
  • Eating over processed foods
  • Stress- it lowers immune system
  • Drinking tap water
  • Use of drugs and alcohol
  • Mercury
  • Exposure to mold
  • Sugar
  • Improper diet


If you are experiencing any of the above, you are not alone, and you can treat your yeast infection naturally, with no harmful side effects that traditional medicine causes, and all in the privacy of your own home.

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Benefits of Yeast Free Cooking

More and More research is being done about yeast, and other food allergies and intolerance’s. And more and more symptoms are being identified.  Symptoms that for years were attributed to other causes.  Eliminating Yeasty foods will improve your health and could lessen or even eliminate some or all of these symptoms and diseases:

  • Sugar Craving
  • Weight Gain
  • Food Allergies
  • Headaches
  • Diarrhea &/or Constipation
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Swollen Jointssystemic yeast infection cookbook
  • Aches and Pains
  • Brain Fog
  • Sluggishness
  • Depression
  • Skin Problems such as Rashes, Eczema & Psoriasis
  • Attention Problems
  • Memory & Concentration Problems
  • Asthma
  • Autism
  • Bloating and Gas
  • Arthritis and Other Autoimmune Diseases
  • Chronic Vaginal Yeast Infections
  • Chemical Sensitivities
  • Crohn’s Disease and Other Abdominal Difficulties
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Thrush
  • “Hangover” Symptoms

More symptoms are being added all the time.

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Yeast Infection Symptoms in Women

The most obvious symptom of a yeast infection is the discomfort in the affected area.  Most women describe it as an intense burning or itching sensation. Pain in urinating is experienced because of the irritated lining of the vaginal area. In severe cases you may experience extreme discomfort in the area that carrying out normal daily activities such as walking is impaired. Sexual intercourse too becomes painful for most affected women.

You will also want to make note of the appearance of the affected area. Most women describe the vaginal area in terms of an unsightly white clump of material that resembles curdled milk. Redness and soreness is evident as well. A discharge may or may not be present, depending on the case.  About 20% of women that have a yeast infection report the presence of a discharge in the vaginal area. The discharge may be clear to whitish or slightly yellowish, and may be anywhere from thin to thick consistency.

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Systemic Yeast Infection-What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You

Systemic yeast infections can be an annoying and serious medical problem, and the amount of misinformation on this subject is mind-boggling.

The condition is often misdiagnosed because it is almost impossible to detect by medical testing.  Over 50% of women have had some form of a yeast infection or have it and don’t realize it.

Here is a list of some of the symptoms:

  • Muscle Weakness
  • Bloating
  • Mood swings
  • Fatigue
  • Indigestion
  • Loss of sexual desire
  • Menstrual irregularities

Since these symptoms could be a number of illnesses is why in a lot of cases it goes over looked and we accept this as a part of “getting older” and in some cases your doctor may think this is all in your head.  This can be particularly true if your doctor has prescribed different medications to you and nothing seems to work.

In severe cases of systemic yeast infection the organism is in deep into soft tissue and in some cases even into the brain.  You can see why this condition can become very serious.

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Systemic Yeast Infection- 10 Tips to Curing a Systemic Yeast Infection Holistically

If you have been suffering from systemic yeast infection and are using ointments or taking tablets prescribed by your doctor and you don’t see any improvement, you might want to try a holistic approach.

Prescription drugs aggravate the disease and some times cover up the problem temporarily, however if you want to cure it once and for all, you need get to the root of the problem which is inside your body.

Listed below are the top ten cures for a systemic yeast infection the holistic way.

The first thing is to stick to a strict diet as determined by your doctor.  The standard Candida diet is to avoid the following foods:

  • Sugars (even some fruits)
  • Cheeses, dried fruit, melons and peanuts-these foods are high in yeast and mold content
  • Dairy products, milk, and food with high lactose content (this includes yogurt, however you can use yogurt to alleviate the effects of your yeast infection in other ways)

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