How to Tell the Difference Between Candida and Other Problems

The chances are that if you’re just learning about Candida overgrowth, you may be thinking about the last few years and your medical history during that time. Although obviously it is too late to go back and ask the doctors to change the diagnoses, this is a good time to consider what the best treatment plans might have been if you had the information then that you do now.

Could Your Yeast Infection Have Been Just a Yeast Infection? Is It Ever Okay To Get One?

There are a couple of different schools of thought that relate to yeast infections. The first is that there are many different reasons that the delicate numbers of bacteria that are part of the reproductive and digestive tracts could be disrupted and that it would be perfectly logical to expect an interruption, like a yeast infection, to occur occasionally. And this theory does make sense, except that if everything were healthy and normal, there would be no disruption. If there is not a problem, why would it be normal to expect a problem, and where does that problem come from?

Another theory says that, in essence, we still do not know everything about the workings of the human body, and that many people who have problems with chronic yeast infections are also subject to environmental stressors. And we do know that the stress a person is under, and the way they deal with that stress, can have a result on their health.

Whereas it may be normal for some people to get a single yeast infection over a significant period of time, it is always important to remember that it should never be considered normal or acceptable to have more than one. Even if you do not suffer from Candida overgrowth, a chronic infection of any kind is not healthy for you, and you owe it to yourself to determine what is going on.

So, What’s the difference between a Candida Problem and Just Being Overweight or Tired?

Record numbers of people in the world right now are battling weight problems. It’s impossible to say that it’s only one culture or one country. If you’re eating badly and not exercising, you’re probably going to gain weight. When you’re overweight, you’ll often be too tired to exercise and therefore you’ll gain more weight. Breaking the cycle is tough, but when is it a busy lifestyle, stress at work and a family that’s not letting you get to the gym, and when is it the symptoms of Candida overgrowth?

The truth of the matter is that you may not know unless you do the checklist that was mentioned on a another entry. If it’s not excess Candida that is causing your symptoms, then you have that off the list and you can try to get exercise time. If it is Candida, this is your opportunity to get off the yeast treadmill and say goodbye to your symptoms forever.

Nobody can tell you what you’re feeling and nobody can tell you how to feel, but there is one important piece of information to keep in mind. Many leading experts believe that there are more people suffering from Candida overgrowth in the world right than there are people who are not afflicted with it. That means, that as many as two out of three people or three out of four people, depending on which numbers you believe, are suffering and most don’t know it. If you even suspect you are a sufferer, you
need to know for sure.

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