"The Expert Authority You Can Trust"
FTC Disclaimer: We do receive financial compensation for some of the products we recommend and personally sell.
There are over 100 possible yeast infection symptoms that a person with yeast may suffer from and many of these symptoms are in the form of diseases caused by the fungi itself.
Yeast infections usually start in the intestine and spreads from there into all systems of your body. If left untreated, candida yeast can systematically destroy your health and cause a variety of illnesses.
Most people do not know they even have a yeast infection, although it will flair up enough that millions of people every year will have a myriad of symptoms associated with this fungi.
Candida yeast and other fungi produce over 75 known toxins and poisons that can affect the human body. These toxins overload the immune system and can make you more susceptible to life threatening diseases.
Candida and other yeast and fungi have been linked to some major diseases including...
Crohns disease, arthritis, cancer, hypoglycemia, multiple sclerosis, high cholesterol, rapid onset of osteoporosis, asthma, and many others. Sound unbelievable to you? Just take a look at the pictures on this website and you will see just how serious fungal infections can sometimes be.
These diseases have actually been classified as diseases of unknown cause by many medical researchers, I beg to differ.
Some of the more common yeast infection symptoms include the following...
Chapped and dry flaky skin
A poor appetite
Stiff shoulders or headaches
Constipation and bad breath
Frequent intestinal gas
Bloating and indigestion along with all the other intestinal problems are the most common yeast infection symptoms.
Yeast will also demand to be fed and will give you cravings for pastas, breads, sweets and sugars in general, which it requires as food.
More very common symptoms include...
Worsening premenstrual syndrome
Irritability and mood swings
Fatigue or lack of energy
Muscle fatigue and pain
American women spend hundreds of thousands of dollars a year on over the counter medications for vaginal yeast and bladder infections. Many of these infections are re-occurring and will continue to be recurring, until the immune system is restored to normal function and any underlying problems are fixed.
More yeast infection symptoms below...
Short attention span
Chronic allergies and gluten intolerance
Sinus and ear problems
Symptoms of multiple sclerosis
Acne and hormonal imbalances
Have an excessive craving for sugars
Being told it is all in your head
Being told that it's just your nerves
All these symptoms are so far unrelated from one another that doctors today have an extremely hard time making the diagnosis of a candida yeast infection or a fungal infection.
Doctors are also not taught a lot about yeast and fungi in
medical school so it is hard for them to tie all these symptoms back to
yeast as a possible cause. The medical establishment has completely
adopted the bacteria and virus mindset as the cause of all disease since
the creation of antibiotics. So they are inclined to completely
overlook the fact that yeast, candida, and other fungi may be the
underlying cause of many diseases. Many doctors don't even believe that
it exits which is amazing because women obviously get vaginal yeast!
If you suffer from many of these symptoms you can do any of these
candida tests found on this webpage to see if you do indeed have candida
or any other species of yeast.
If you have determined you do have yeast, then you might want to take a look at the cause of yeast infection page. It will help
you figure out why you got it and how to treat those problems so you can
get rid of it.
The symptoms of heavy metal poisoning can be very similar to yeast
infection symptoms and heavy metals are also a cause of chronic yeast
infections. You can take a look at this page to see if you have many of
Many types of bad bacteria will cause intestinal symptoms that
people think are being caused by yeasts but are actually being caused by
bad bacteria. This page talks about many of those bacteria, the problems they
cause and how to treat them.
If you have any questions about any of these yeast infection symptoms or any other questions about candida yeast, you can contact us through the contact page of this website.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. The products and information contained herein are not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases or medical
problems. It is not intended to replace your doctor's recommendations.
Copyright © 2003 - 2019. All Rights Reserved under USC Title 17.
Do not copy content from the page or this website without my expressed written consent. To do so is Plagiarism, Not Fair Use, is illegal, and a violation of the The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.