The Yeast Infection Blues
Many women (and some men) battle Yeast Infection symptoms on a regular basis. Women usually notice symptoms such as itching, burning and a white discharge.
Infections can occur after taking certain medications, from wearing panty hose or nylon panties on a daily basis, or from using harsh soaps with strong perfumes.
Many times yeast is present without symptoms. Usually the first step women take is to find an over the counter cure or head off to the gynecologist for a prescription.
Prescription anti-fungal creams may seem like they’re working. But, are they really effective? For those who suffer occasionally, prescription or over the counter creams can relieve symptoms. Sometimes, taking an antibiotic destroys the normal bacteria, allowing the yeast to take over.
What most people don’t realize, is that yeast can affect other parts of the body, like the digestive system. Symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome or constipation may occur after taking an antibiotic, or as a result of in imbalance in the normal, healthy bacteria in the gut.
The best way to fight yeast infection and promote healthy tissue with healthy bacteria, is to treat the problem from the inside with a completely natural cure. Creams and ointments only cover up or mask the problem. Treating from the inside encourages healthy tissues that contain plenty of the desired bacteria, to maintain balance. A healthy diet can be a good start, but it may not be enough.
With Natural Remedies you can:
- Permanently Cure your infection, once and for all.
- Stop Weight Gain and food cravings so that you feel better
- Stop digestive disorders and enjoy eating again
- Achieve 10 Hr. Yeast Infection Relief >>
There are many probiotic remedies on the market. Many of them are available at the pharmacy. However, many also contain preservatives and starchy ingredients that can encourage fungal growth. The best solution, for both vaginal yeast infection and yeast overgrowth in the gut, is to find a natural product that contains no starches or preservatives, to help restore the natural balance of good bacteria, which maintains tissue health.